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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME I, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 1 

Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 

JANUARY-JUNE 

1947 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Third Series 

VOLUME I, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 1 

Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 

JANUARY-JUNE 

1947 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



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PREFACE 

THE Catalog of Copyright Entries for the year 1947 is issued in a new series 
and an enlarged format, a change designed to increase and extend the useful- 
ness of the compilation. Inquiries, suggestions and comments on all details of 
the Catalog are solicited, and should be addressed to the Chief of the Catalog- 
ing Division, Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington 25, D. C. 

CONTENTS. This part of the Catalog of Copyright Entries contains an al- 
phabetical list of all registrations in Class C — lectures, sermons, addresses 
(prepared for oral delivery) — and Class D — dramatic or dramatico-musical 
compositions — which were registered in the Copyright Office from January 1, 
1947, through June 30, 1947. Dramas registered in Class A are not included in 
this catalog, but are listed in Parts 1A and IB of the Catalog of Copyright En- 
tries. Radio, television and film scripts comprise a substantial portion of the 
registrations in Class C and will be found herein. Renewal registrations in 
these classes made in this period are listed in Part 14A of the Catalog. 

ARRANGEMENT. All entries are arranged in one alphabet, which in- 
cludes cross references from titles, editors, translators, claimants, other 
contributing authors, and, in the case of dramatic works based upon works by 
other authors, from the authors and titles of those original works. 

ENTRY. The main entry for each work is under author, except for radio 
programs and other works issued in a series. In such cases the main entry 
is under the title of the series, with cross references from authors and 
claimants. 

COPYRIGHT DATA. The statement giving the copyright facts relating to 
each item is preceded by the copyright symbol ©. The statement consists of 
the name and address of the claimant, the date of publication (for published 
works) or the date of receipt of one copy (for unpublished works), and the 
copyright registration number. Works in Class Dean be identified as published 
or unpublished by the abbreviation "pub." or "unp." following the class letter 
"D" in the statement of copyright facts. 

DEPOSIT OF COPIES. In the case of every copyright entry listed in this 
catalog, the deposit of copies (or copy) as required by the Act of Congress of 
July 30, 1947 (Title 17, U.S.C., sees. 12, 13) has been made. 

AUTHORITY. The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published pursuant to 
the authority given in the provisions of Sections 210 and 211 of the aforesaid 
Act. Section 210 provides that the Catalog "shall be admitted in any court as 
prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration.* * 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CATALOG. This issue of the Catalog is part 
of Volume I of the new Third Series. The parts are numbered according to the 
alphabetical sequence of classes as listed in Section 5 of the aforesaid Act. 
Letters are used to designate subdivisions. The following is the plan of pub- 
lication for 1947; 

Part 1A - Books and Selected Pamphlets. 
Part IB - Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions 
to Periodical Literature. 



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Part 2 - Periodicals. 

Parts 3 & 4 - Dramas and Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery. 
Part 5A- Published Music. 
Part 5B- Unpublished Music. 
Part 6 - Maps. 
Parts 7-11A - Works of Art, Reproductions of Works 

of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 

Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 

Illustrations. 
Part 1 IB-Commercial Prints and Labels. 
Parts 12 & 13 - Motion Pictures. 

Part 14A -Renewal Registrations - Literature, Art, Film. 
Part 14B -Renewal Registrations - Music. 

SUBSCRIPTION. The annual subscription price for the complete yearly 
Catalog of Copyright Entries is $10.00, payable in advance to the Superintendent 
of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, to whom in- 
quiries and orders concerning the complete Catalog or any of its parts should 
be addressed. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



A-B-C PRODUCTIONS. 
That's my wife. See Carl, Donald. 

AARON Shanks. See Cook, Joseph C. 

ABBIE. See Wintersteen, Janet Louise. 

ABBOTT KIMBALL COMPANY, INC. 
See Kimball (Abbott) company, inc. 

ABENTEUR in Schanghai. See Letraz, 
Jean de. 

ABIGAIL opens the White House. See 
Kent, Prise ilia. 

ABIGAIL VI. See Cameron, Leslie 
Georgiana. 

ABNER, pseud. See Goff, Norris. 

ABOUT John Gallian. See Hill, Albert 
Marvin. 

ABOVE love. See Young, Julius R. 

ABRAHAM, STUART ELLIS. 
Confusion hall, a play in two acts, by 
Stuart Ellis. © Stuart Ellis Abraham, 
New York; lc 8Feb47; D unp. 7501. 

L'ABSENCE. See Duvernois, Henri. 
Comedies. 

THE ACCIDENTAL effendi. See Hix, 
John Daniel. 

AN ACE in the hole. See Grain, Claire. 
Big sap. 

AC HORN, ERIK. 
What price heaven? A play. In a pro- 
logue and three acts. © Erik Achorn, 
New York; lc 23May47; D unp. 9370. 

ACKERMAN, MARGUERITE. 
Yuletide album. Aunt Margie series. 
A recorded version of The nativity 
and Christmas capers, arranged and 
adapted for radio and records by 
Marguerite Meadows [pseud.] Script 
for two records, four sides. © 
Marguerite Ackerman, Hollywood; 
lc each 23Dec46. 

1. The nativity. D unp. 9038. 

2. Christmas carols. D unp. 9038. 
3-4. Christmas capers, parts 1-2. 

D unp. 9039. 

ACKLEY Acres. See Knowlton, Lucia 
K. 

ACME AMATEUR THEATRICALS, INC. 
Atomic minstrels. See Chandler, Kay. 

ACROSS the board. See De Nair, Alice. 

ACROSS the bridge. See Gary, Holland 

M. 

ACROSS the line. See Hosmer, Lillian 
Audrey. 



AN ACTOR'S dilemma. See Huffman, 
Grover Cleveland. 

ADAIR, MARGARET WEEKS. 
Pepper-pot Princess, a rhythm play in 
verse. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson 
[1946J 15 p. 21cm. © Row, Peterson, 
and co., Evanston, 111.; 170ct46; 
D pub. 10185. 

ADAM, JOSEPH. 
Henny Penny; children's operetta in two 
acts. © Joseph Adam, Los Angeles; 
lc 3Mrr47; D unp. 1183. 

ADAM an' Eve. See Payne, Margaret 
Christina. 

ADAM and Eve. See 
Estoppey, Georges. 
Lichty, Justin. 

ADAMO ed Eva. See Lubicz, Victor. 

ADAMS, CHARLES SMITH. 
Dark sun. A play in three acts. © 
Charles Smith Adams, jr., Milwaukee; 
lc 21Jun47; D unp. 10392. 

ADAMS and Eves. See Lunn, Nina K. 

ADAMSON, HANS CHRISTIAN. 
See The march of science. 

ADDRESS before a literary group. See 
Zern, Gordon K. 

AGITATED judge. See Ingram, Johnnie 
J. 

AD KINS, ROBERT F. 
Jigsaw, a play in three acts. © Robert 
F. Adkins, Raleigh, N. C; lc 9May47; 
D unp. 9161. 

ADLER, MILTON L. 
Hypnotically yours. Radio script. © 
Milton L. Adler, Trenton; lc 14Jun47; 
D unp. 10362. 

ADMIRAL Evers story. See Adventurers' 
club, May 17, 1947. 

THE ADOPTION of the Declaration of 
Independence. See Douglass, Elisha P. 

ADORE, JEAN, pseud. See Pratt, 
Virginia Ethel. 

ADRIAN, HENRY. 
A young man's fancy. See Thurschwell, 
Harry. 

ADVENTURE in Athens. See Wartell, 
Michael. Jeff Clayton, foreign corre- 
spondent. 

ADVENTURE on the Mississippi. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2250-14 75. 

ADVENTURE sells. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

THE ADVENTURERS' CLUB. (Radio 
program) 



Scripts in this series are by Jack and 
Gretchen Sharp. Adventurers club 
foundation, Chicago. 
Jan. 11, 1947. McGovern story. © 

lc 20Feb47; D unp. 7678. 
Jan. 18, 1947. Chandler story. © 

lc 20Feb47; D unp. 7677. 
Jan. 25, 1947. Keeler story. € lc 

23Feb47; D unp. 7700. 
Feb. 1, 1947. Graham story. © lc 

23Feb47; D unp. 7701. 
Feb. 8, 15, 22, 1947. De Prorok 

story, I, II, III. © lc each 

26Feb47; D unp. 7768-7770. 
Mar. 1, 1947. PaulCyr story. $ 

lc 28Feb47; D unp. 7833. 
Mar. 8, 1947. Rhys Davies story. 

© lc 6Mar47; D unp. 7946. 
Mar. 15, 1947. John Craig story. 

© lc 14Mar47; C 1248. 
Mar. 15, 1947. John Craig story. 

© lc 13Apr47; D unp. 8792. 

Correcting C 1248. 
Mar. 22, 1947. Fay-Cooper Cole 

story. © lc 30Mar47; D unp. 

8400. 
Mar. 29, 1947. Don McGibeny story. 

© lc 30Mar47; D unp. 8399. 
Apr. 5, 1947. Chick Grimsley story. 

© lc 30Mar47; D unp. 8398. 
Apr. 12, 1947. Luther Gable story. 

© lc 10Apr47; D unn. fl655. 
Apr. 19, 1947. Nicol Smith story. 

© lc 17Apr47; D unp. 8785. 
Apr. 26, 1947. Ric Riccardo story. 

© lc 23Apr47; D unp. 8910. 
May 3, 1947. Theren Wassen story. 

© lc 3May47; D unp. 9108. 
May 10, 1947. Michael Fielding 

story. © lc 9May47; D unp. 9158. 
May 17, 1947. Admiral Evers story. 

© lc 17May47; D unp. 9309. 
May 24, 1947. C. J. Albrecht story. 

© lc 21May47; D unp. 9340. 
May 31, 1947. Speed Chandler II 

story. © lc 28May47; D unp. 10044. 
June 7, 1947. Waldo Logan story. 

© lc 8Jun47; D unp. 10158. 
June 14, 1947. Mike Fordney story. 

© lc 26Jun47; D unp. 9654. 

ADVENTURERS CLUB FOUNDATION. 
See The Adventurers' club. (Radio 
program) 

ADVENTURES in Music land. See 
Kiser, Fanny Burr. 

ADVENTURES of Bertram, the heroic 
goose. See Fromm, Elizabeth Sin- 
clair. 

ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRI- 
WELL. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Ruth and 
Gilbert Braun and William Welch. 
© Harvan Barr Patten, Vista, Calif. 

2. Oct. 12, 1946. The clue of the 
numbers. © lc 7Dec46; D unp. 
7554. 

3. The mystery of the shuttered 
house. © lc 7Dec46; D unp. 7555. 

5. Nov. 2, 1946. Frank Mernwell's 
wonderful discovery. © lc 7Dec46; 
D unp. 7556. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



6. Nov. 9, 1946. A ghost goes to col- 
lege. © lc 7Dec46; D unp. 7557. 

7. Nov. 16, 1946. Decoy to danger; 
or, Frank Merriwell and the masked 
man. © lc HJan47; D unp. 7389. 

8. Nov. 23, 1946. Frank Merriwell 
and the smugglers. © lc 7Dec46; 
D unp. 7558. 

9. Nov. 30, 1946. Those who play 
with fire get burned. © lc 7Dec46; 
D unp. 7559. 

10. Dec. 7 1946. The case of the 
dead man s letter. © lc UJan47; 
D unp. 7390. 

11. Dec. 14, 1946. The mystery of 
the silent bell. © lc 7Dec46; D unp. 
7560. 

20. Feb. 15, 1947. At the sign of the 
weather vane. © lc 20Feb47; D unp. 
7674. 

21. Feb. 22, 1947. Two cylinder 
trouble. © lc 20Feb47; D unp. 
7675. 

22. Mar. 1, 1947. The chant of Isis. 
© lc 20Feb47; D unp. 7676. 

23. Mar. 8, 1947. The emperor's 
baton. © lc HApr47; D unp. 
8677. 

24. Mar. 15, 1947. The big top ad- 
venture. © lc HApr47; D unp. 
8678. 

25. Mar. 22, 1947. The strange 
legacy. © lc HApr47; D unp. 8679. 

26. Mar. 29, 1947. The power of sug- 
gestion. © lc HApr47; D unp. 8680. 

27. Apr. 5, 1947. The will-o-the-wisp. 
© lc HApr47; D unp. 8681. 

28. Apr. 12, 1947. Harvard comes to 
Yale. © lc HApr47; D unp. 8682. 

29. Apr. 19, 1947. The clue of the rose. 
© lc HApr47; D unp. 8683. 

30. Apr. 26, 1947. The dangerous 
secret. © lc 2May47; D unp. 9082. 
31. May 3, 1947. Dead on delivery. 
feJ lc 2May47; D unp. 9083. 

32. MaylO, 1947. Inza bakes a cake. 
© lc 2May47; D unp. 9084. 

THE ADVENTURES of Gallahad o'Toole. 
See Meeker, Cecilia Morton. 

THE ADVENTURES of Joe Accent. See 
Walton, Sidney. 

ADVENTURES of Robert with Salty the 
sea sprite. See Fromm, Elizabeth 
Sinclair. 

ADVENTURES of the Snoopy Seven. 
See Ehlers, Willard A. 

AESCHYLUS. 
Promethee enchaine, tragedie d Eschyle. 
[Lausanne] Mermod [1946] 64 [1] p. 
23 cm. Translated by Andre Bonnard. 
© Editions Mermod, Lausanne, Suisse; 
30Apr46; D pub. 9375. 

AESOP'S fables. See Cott, Ted. 

THE AFFAIRS OF Ll'l Bit. See Middle- 
brook, Douglas Percival. 

THE AFFAIRS of Margaret. See Lu- 
feurrow, Janet Louise. 

THE AFFLICTION. See The Sheriff, 
no. 135. 



AFTERGLOW. See Turgeon, Peter. 

AFTERMATH. See Dr. Christian, no. 
429. 

AGENTS of infectious disease. See 
Goodpasture, Ernest W. 

AGITATED judge. See Ingram, Johnnie 
J. 

L'AIGLE a deux tetes. See Cocteau, 
Jean. 

AIN'T it a beautiful sunset. See Smith, 
George Alan. 

AIR fever. See Sutton, Paul Noble. 

AKINS, ZOE, 1886- 
Hearken to the evidence, a play in 
three acts, based on the novel by E. 
Russell Wakefield. © Zoe' Akins 
Rumbold, Los Angeles; lc 24Jun47; 
D unp. 10394. 
New York nocturne, a screen play 
based on the magical city, by Zoe 
Akins. © Zoe Akins Rumbold, Los 
Angeles; lc 24Jun47; D unp. 10393. 

AL Haddon and his lamp. See Mc- 
Mullen, Joseph Carl. 

ALADDIN. See Carland, Helen. Have 
you read it? Script 1. 

ALARC6N, PEDRO ANTONIO DE, 
1833-1891. 

The three-cornered hat. See Quinn, 
Francis Henry. 

ALBERT, KATHERINE. See Eunson, 
Katherine Albert. 

ALBRIGHT, JOHN LORD. 

Dream in the snow, an historical 
romance in three acts. © John Lord 
Albright, New York; lc 15Apr47; 
D unp. 8767. 

Education for marriage. Radio pro- 
gram no. 1. © Bermingham, Castle- 
man & Pierce, inc., New York; lc 
23Feb47; D unp. 7716. 

ALBRIGHT, PHILLIP. 
A day in the country. A radio script. 

© Phillip Albright, Chicago; lc 

4May47; D unp. 9474. 
Night out. A radio script. © Phillip 

Albright, Chicago; lc 4May47; 

D unp. 9476. 
Politics. A radio script. © Phillip 

Albright, Chicago; lc 4May47; D unp. 

9475. 

ALBYN, GENEVIEVE NICETAS. 
Her three selves; or, Mistress of 
chance. A play in three acts by G. 
N. Albyn and C. W. Bell. © Gene- 
vieve Nicetas Albyn, Brooklyn, and 
Charles W. Bell, Hamilton, Ont., 
Can.; lc 27Mar47; D unp. 8567. New 
matter: revisions. Prev. reg 
19Aprl9; D 51612 and 9Augl9; D 
52374. 

EL ALCALDE de Zalamea. See 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. The 
mayor. 



ALCARESE, HELEN MARIE. 
Bennington bridge. A radio play. © 
Helen Marie Alcarese, Baltimore; 
lc lApr47; D unp. 8438. 

ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY. 
Little women. See Vanguard films, 
inc. 

ALDRICH FAMILY. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Clifford 
Goldsmith. © Clifford Goldsmith, 
New York. 

420-421. May 15, 22, 1947. © lc 
each 3Jun47; D unp. 9526-9527. 

422. May 29, 1947. © lc 8Jun47; 
D unp. 9562. 

424. June 12, 1947. © lc 22Jun47; 
D unp. 9636. 

ALDRIDGE, JAMES WILLIAM. 
Local color. Radio script. ©James 
William Aldridge, Windsor, Ont.; 
lc 5Jun47; D unp. 9554. 

ALDRIDGE, NANCY MAE. 
The chance. A play in two acts. © 
Nancy Mae Aldridge, Glen Rock, 
N. J.; lc 22Mar47; D unp. 8261. 



ALEXANDER'S ragtime band. See 
Lux radio theatre, Apr. 7, 194 7. 

ALEXANDRE, MAXIME. 
Le juif errant; trois actes, prologue 
et intermede. [Paris ]Gallimard 
[1946] 119 p. 19cm. © Librairie 
Gallimard, Paris; 30Sep46; D pub. 
7395. 



ALEXEYEV-ALLEN, GEORGE 
MICHAEL. 

A class-room report. Lecture. © 
lc 2Jun47; C 145 7. 

ALI Babi and the forty thieves. See 
Let's pretend, Apr. 19, 194 7. 



ALL dressed up. See The march of 
science. 



ALL fools refuse to marry. 
Benault, Al. 



See 



ALL in favor. See Gingrich, Harold. 

ALL in fun. See Opperman, Ruth E. 

ALL in the family. See Smith, Wil- 
liam Philip. 

ALL kinds of people. See Gallien, 
Marguerite. 

ALLARDICE, ALICE and 

ALLARDICE, JAMES BURNS. 
Music to my ear, a new comedy by 
J. B. Allardice. In two acts. © James 
B. and Alice Allardice, New Haven; 
lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8449. 
Two on the half shell, a comedy in 
two scenes. © James B. and Alice 
Allardice, New Haven; lc 18Jan47; 
D unp. 7031. 

ALLEN, ARIA. 
Vicious sequel, a psychological drama. 



C VTALOG OF COPY KIC IIT ENTRIES 



In three acts. Arlene Miller, Holly- 
wood; lc lApr47; D unp. 8418. 

ALLEN, BARBARA. 
Loves' interlude. A play in three acts. 
■ © Barbara Allen, Arlington, Mass.; 
lc 17]un47; D unp. 10345. 

ALLEN, FRED. See The Fred Allen 
show. 

ALLEN, GEORGE MICHAEL ALEXEYEV- 
See Alexeyev-Allen, George Michael. 

ALLEN, GRACIE. 
French long underwear maker. See 

Burns, George. 
Gracie discovers a movie star. See 

Burns, George. 
Sugar Throat sings again. See 

Burns, George. 
What every old husband should know. 

See Burns, George. 
What every young bride should know. 

See Burns, George. 

ALLEN, JEROME. 
Mr. Butterfly. See Weiss, Lucy. 

ALLEN, LEWIS. 
Red sky at morning. See Blankfort, 
Henry. 

ALLEN, MARIA BAZZI MARSH. See 
Marsh Allen, Maria Bazzi. 

ALLEN, MARK, pseud. See Tullen, 
Jacob. 

ALLEN, WAYNE. 
Fun for you; the atomic bomb of ama- 
teur entertaiment ... by Wayne Allen 
and Frances Allen Cochran. © Em- 
pire producing co., Kansas City, Mo.; 
lc 31Mar47; D unp. 8396. 

ALLISON, MARGARET ANN. 
Can love overcome all? A play in four 
scenes. © Margaret Ann Allison, 
Allentown, Pa.; lc 8Apr47; D unp. 
8579. 

THE ALLISONS. See Vassiliades, 
Helen J. 

ALL'S well that ends. See Williams, 
Carol Edith. 

THE ALMIGHTY also fights. See 
Gottesman, Meyer Harold. 

ALMOST faithful. See Gribble, Harry 
Wag staff. 

AN ALMOST lonely Christmas. See 
Kelley, Betty. 

ALMQUIST, RAYMOND WILLIAM. 
The broomstick saga. See Kerrick, 
Robert. 

ALONG came a blackbird. See Hopper, 
Virginia Shearer. 

ALONGI, VINCENT. 
Fgrtune in love, a drama in two acts, 
by Vincent Alongi, translated by 
Clara Clamar. © Vincent Alongi, 
Chicago; lc 2Jan47; D unp. 8739. 



ALPHABETICAL quiz. See Croteau, 

Leo Adolphe. 

ALSO Mrs. Jones. See Rising, Alice. 

ALTER, PAUL. 

Coda, a drama In one act. 3 Paul Alter, 
New Rochelle, N. Y.; lc 12Jan47; D unp'. 
6869. 

ALTER ego, source title. See Benny, 
Jack. Schizophrenia. 

ALWAYS greener grass. See Hesse, 
Janet Perrigo. 

AMBA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
On your way. See McCarthy, Mary. 

AMBITION unknown. See Denault, 
Clifton Alfred. 

AMBROSE , JOHN W. 
Did you write a song? See Clark, 
Herbert WUber. 

THE AMERICAN. §ee Nevue, Lorraine 
Audrey. 

AMERICAN farmer. See The eternal light, 
no. 110. 

AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COM- 
MITTEE. See Friends, Society of. 
American Friends service committee. 

AMERICAN primitive. See Patterson, 
Thomas McEvoy. 

AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY. See 
Your hit parade. 

AMERICA'S foremost violinist. See 
Benny, Jack. 

AMERICA'S negro women. See Bowen- 
Brown, Fayette. 

AMIDON, ELIZABETH MILLWARD. 
Crescendo, a play in three acts. © 
Elizabeth Millward Amidon, Har- 
llngen, Tex.; lc 30Dec46; D unp. 
6929. 

AMONG strangers. See Harlan, Ethel 
Andrews. 

AMONG those present. See Barlow, 
Robert. 

THE AMORIST. See Yates, Laurence J. 

THE AMOS 'N' ANDY SHOW. (Radio 

program) 

Scripts in this series are by Charles J. 
Correll and Freeman F. Gosden. © 
Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. 
Gosden, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Volume 4 . 

9-10. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 1946. S lc 
each HDec46; D unp. 6941, 6942. 

13. Dec. 24, 1946. © lc lFeb47; 
D unp. 7378. 

14. Dec. 31, 1946. © lc 7Jan47; 
D unp. 6822. 

15. Jan. 7, 1947. © lc 14Jan47; 
D unp. 6918. 

16. Jan. 14, 1947. © lc 20Jan47; 
D unp. 7079. 



17*. Jan. 21, 1947. © lc lFeb47; 

D unp. 7379. 
18. Jan. 28, 1947. lc 7Feb47; 

D unp. 7468. 
19-20. Feb. 4, 11, 1947. lc each 

17Feb47; D unp. 7642, 7643. 

21. Feb. 18, 1947. lc 24Feb47; 
D unp. 7688. 

22. Feb. 25, 1947. lc 3Mar47; 
D unp. 7851. 

23-26. Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1947. 

© lc each 20Apr47; D unp. 8869- 

8872. 
27-31. Apr. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1947. 

© lc each 29May47; D unp. 10023- 

10027. 

AMOURY, DAISY. 
Flying Tigers fly again. The Cavalcade 
of America, broadcast Oct. 28, 1946. 
© E. I. du Pont de Nemours and co., 
Wilmington, Del.; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 
7882. 

AM-RUS MUSIC AGENCY, INC. 
War and peace. See Randole, Leo. 

ANALYSES of four fundamental points 
in capital-labor relations. See Ham- 
ilton, Mary Elizabeth. 

ANASETTE. See Bongard, David 
Peter. 

ANCHE i diavoli furono angeli. See 
Siesto, Andrea Dello. 

ANCHORS aweigh. See The march of 
science. 

AND cast ye bread upon the waters. 
See Lechner, Michael. 

AND crown our good. See Augustine, 
Harold M. 

AND disputed the passage. See Lech- 
ner, Michael. 

AND I always slept on the couch. See 
Bagby, Scott Clark. 

AND the walls came tumbling down. 
See Nellis, Elwyn Austin. 

AND then the end came. See Capi- 
tano, Charles. 

AND tomorrow. See Gustafson, Orrin 
Alden. 

DAS ANDERE ufer. See Bertuch, 
Max. 

ANDERMANN, KARL. 
Henrietta soil tanzen. A play in three 
acts. © Theater-verlag Reiss, a. g., 
Basel, Switzerland; lc HMar47; 
D unp. 8606. 

ANDERSEN, VILHELM. 
Kilderejsen, komisk opera i tre 
akter, efter Holbergs komedie ved 
Vilh. Andersen, med musik af Finn 
Hj6ffding. Copenhagen, Gyldendal, 
1942. 43 p. 20 cm. (Det KGL. 
Teaters repertoire) £ Glydendalske 
boghandel-Nordisk forlag, Copen- 
hagen; 14Jan42; lc 29Jan47; D pub. 
7534. 



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ANDERSEN, WARREN EDWARD. 
Whom the angels name, a drama in 
three acts by Warren Andersen and 
Frances Goforth. © Warren Edward 
Andersen, New York; lc 6Jan47; 
D unp. 7777. 

ANDERSON, AXEL WILHELM. 
The timid souls, a play in two acts. 
© Axel Wilhelm Anderson, Esparto, 
Calif.; lc HFeb47; D unp. 7539. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES L. 
On Duke of Gloucester street, an 
operetta in two acts; music by Sig- 
mund Schwartzenstein, book by Charles 
L. Anderson, lyrics by Charles L. 
Anderson and Dorothy Blackstone. 
Text and music on separate leaves. 
© Sigmund Schwartzenstein and Ch. 
L. Anderson, Los Angeles; lc 3Feb47; 
D unp. 1151. 

ANDERSON, CLYDE. 
Paul Cheval, by Clyde Anderson; sug- 
gested by a poem by H. Antoine D'Arcy. 
A play in three acts. © Clyde Anderson, 
Washington; lc 13Apr47; D unp. 8711. 

ANDERSON, EDWIN. 
The bells of Canterbury. A play in 
three acts, prologue and epilogue. © 
Edwin Anderson, Long Island City, 
N. Y.; D unp. 8671. 

ANDERSON, HANS CHRISTIAN. 
Myrna the mermaid. See Kaye, Billy. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT WOODRUFF. 
The Eden rose, a play in three acts. 
© Robert Woodruff Anderson, New 
York; lc 5Jan47; D unp. 6964. 

ANDROS, GUY. 

Twinkling of an eye, a mirage in three 
acts and an epilogue, by Guy Andros 
and Hamilton Wright. © Hamilton W. 
Wright, West Los Angeles, Calif.; 
lc 8Jan47; D unp. 6815. Corrected 
by D unp. 10561. 



ANGELS inc. 
Karle. 



See Krinn, George 



ANGRY stones. See Saltzman, Albert 
Norman. 

ANIMAL skit. See Dillon, Daniel Casey. 

ANIMATED and live action sound motion 
pictures method for teaching languages. 
See Sanchez, George I. Cranford- 
Sanchez animated and live action ... 

ANN Delafield speaking. See Mac- 
Gregor, May. 

ANN Ryan sings, May 5, 1947. See 
Brown, Dave. 

ANN Ryan sings, May 23, 1947. See 
Stern, Alan. 

ANNA and the King of Slam. See Lux 
radio theatre, Jan. 20, 1947. 

ANNIE Oakley's rifle. See The Ohio 
story, Jan. 8, 1947. 



ANNIVERSARY shower. See Fairbanks, 
William. 

ANOTHER part of the forest. See 
Hellman, Lillian. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 
L'invitation au Chateau; comedie en 
cinq actes. © Jean Anouilh, Paris; 
lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7048. 

ANSPACH, MARCEL. 
The man who wanted to catch the sun, 
a one act play. © Marcel Anspach, 
Long Beach, N. Y.; lc 19Feb47; 
D unp. 7651. 

ANTHONY, AMELIA EDNA. 
The last word, by Edna Anthony. A 
play in three acts. © Amelia Edna 
Anthony, Yonkers, N. Y.; lc lApr47; 
D unp. 8437. 

ANTHONY, EDNA. See Anthony, Amelia 
Edna. 

ANTHONY, JOSEPH. 
Break the bough. A play in three acts. 
© Joseph Anthony, New York; lc 
2Feb47; D unp. 7458. 

ANTICIPATION. See Duvernois, 
Henri. Comedies. 

ANTIENT Square. See Arvold, Alfred 
Mason. 

ANYTHING can happen. See Bush, A. M. 

APHRODITE. See Piatt, Louise. 

APPELL, DON. 
Boffola, a comedy in two acts. © Don 
Appell, Brooklyn; lc 17Mar47; D unp. 
8352. 

THE APPLE barrel. See Perenyi, 
Eleanor. 

APPLES for Maria. See Weiner, Bess- 
Paula. 

APPLETON, CHARLES LEONARD. 
Autumn cherry, a comedy by Charles 
Leonard [pseud.] and Isabel Boyd. 
In two acts. © Charles Leonard 
Appleton, Beverly Hills, Calif., and 
Isabel Boyd Proudfit, New York; 
lc 22Mar47; D unp. 8260. 

APPOINTMENT with cupid. See 
Smith, Matt Bartley. 

APPRECIATION of results. See Morri- 
son, Samuel N. How to sell retail news- 
paper advertising, no. 6. 

APSTEIN, THEODORE. 
Illusion. A play in two acts. © Theo- 
dore Apstein, New York; lc 6Jun47; 
D unp. 10003. 

ARCHIBALD, JEAN. 
The strange case of the Hamilton 
sisters. See Darling, Carolyn. 

THE ARCHITECT. See Benault, Al. 

ARDEN, BEVERLY, pseud. See 
Baikoff, Beverly. 



ARE you making any money? See 
Phillips, Phillip W. 

ARE you out of sorts? See Eckert, 
William S. 

AREAWAY. See Ringer, Titus. 

ARIDONG. See Freund, Hans Joachim. 

ARISTOPHANES, JR., pseud. See 
Sibelius, Stanley. 

ARIZONA. See Birch, Albert George. 

ARLET, ROBERT. 
Madame et ses terre-neuve; comedie 
en 3 actes de Robert Valaire [pseud.] 
© Robert Valaire (ps. de Robert Arlet) 
Paris; lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10289. 

ARLUCK, ELLIOT. 
Bumpo, the ballerina; a children's 

operetta. Text only. © Elliot Arluck, 

Brooklyn; lc 23Nov46; C 1059. 
Little Susan and the merry-go-round. 

Story. © Elliot Arluck, Brooklyn; lc 

23Nov46; C 1060. 

ARM CHAIR PLANNING. (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by Gregory 
and House, inc. © Gregory and House, 
inc., Cleveland. 

Jan. 22, 1946. © lc 9Feb47; C 1340. 
Feb. 7, 1946. © lc 9Feb47; C 1341. 
Feb. 11, 1947. © lc 24Feb47; C 1342. 



THE ARMADILLO. 
Charles. 



See Stockton, 



ARMELLE. See Tessot, Solange. 

ARMS, ANTHONY THOMAS. 
Into my parlor; terror for two. A play 
in three acts. © Anthony Thomas 
Arms, Lemoyne, Pa.; lc 10Jun47; 
D unp. 10273. 

ARMSTRONG, ALTA FLORENCE. 
Madonna de la sedia (Madonna of the 
chair) by Raffaello Sanzio (Raphael 
Sanzioj. Play, tableau and incidental 
music by Alta Florence Armstrong. 
16 leaves, diagr. (Dramatic art 
gallery of masterpiece paintings. 
Italian, cycle II) © Alta Florence 
Armstrong, Kansas City, Mo.; lc 
HJan47; D unp. 6895. 
The Three Graces; or, The Wyndham 
sisters. By John Singer Sargent. 
With Portrait of Lady Wyndham, by 
George Frederick Watts, in back- 
ground. Tableau and play by Alta 
Florence Armstrong. 18 leaves, 
diagr. (Dramatic art gallery of 
masterpiece paintings. American- 
English, cycle II) © Alta Florence 
Armstrong, Kansas City, Mo.; lc 
HJan47; D unp. 6894. 

ARMSTRONG, HAMILTON FISH. 
A passionate Victorian. See Barnes, 
Carman. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN F. 
Until tomorrow is today. A play in 
two acts. © John F. Armstrong, jr.; 
New York; lc 27Jun47; D unp. 9667. 



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ARMSTRONG, MARGARET. 
Fanny Kemble, a passionate Victorian, 
source title. See Barnes, Carman. 
A passionate Victorian. 

ARNE, FLORENCE. 
Skynders, a new radio program; an 
exciting children's dramatic anthology. 
Program no. 1, Join Major Eddie. 
Darius Greeji and his flying machine. 
© Robert H. Redfield, inc., Chicago; 
lc 14Mar47; D unp. 8112. 

ARNOLD, WADE. 
The story of Deane Hawkins. Script for 
radio or stage play. 9 Rotary club 
of New York; 14Jan47; D pub. 7215. 

AN ARROW for your heart, my dear. 
See The Sheriff, no. 117. 

ARROWS of longing. See Warley, Jack. 

THE ARTIST'S models. See Morten- 
sen, Louise Hovde. 

ARTZT, AHDA. 
Lovers are liars. See Van Raas, 
Ahda. 

ARVOLD, ALFRED MASON. 
Antient Square, part one, a play by 
Mason Arvold. © Alfred Mason Ar- 
vold, New York; lc 19Mar47; D unp. 
8508. 

AS of this moment. See Norford, 
George E. 

AS old as he feels. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 416. 

AS you were. See Koester, William S. 

ASBRAND, KARIN. See Sundelof- 
Asbrand, Karin. 

ASCHEHOUG (H.) & CO. (W. NYGAARD). 
Levende og dj6de. See Krog, Helge. 

ASCHERBERG, HOPWOOD AND CREW, 
LTD. 

The unbroken melody. See Waldteufel, 
Henri. 

ASH, WALTER THOMPSON. 
Deborah, a play. In two acts. © Walter 
Thompson Ash, New York; lc 10Apr47; 
D unp. 8668. 

ASHTON, LEONORA SILL. 
The clothespin dolls, a play [in four 
scenes] for large cast of lower grade 
children. Franklin, O., Eldndge enter- 
tainment house, inc.; [etc.] cl946. 18 p. 
19cm. (Children's plays) © Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O.; 
25]un46; D pub. 7195. 

ASK and ye shall receive. See Greatest 
story ever told, no. 22. 

ASRO, ALEXANDER. 
Oh, Henry. See Oliver, Albert C. 

AN ASSEMBLY program for Founder's 
day for the elementary school. See 
Blank, Amy K. 



ASSOCIATED GROCERS OF COLORADO, 
INC. 
Circle A G time. See Frelberger, Curt. 

ASSURANCE from experience. See 
Morrison, Samuel N. How to sell retail 
newspaper advertising, no. 5. 

ASTRID, CARL. 
The strange house! A modern thriller 
in three acts. New York, French; 
[etc.] cl946. 107 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 
Samuel French, New York; 21Jun46; 
D pub. 8320. 

AT home with the Jamisons. See Wilson, 
Lilly Mae. 

AT Normans'. See Spaulding, George 
Leonard. 

AT the cross roads. See Skalicky, 
Jaro. 

AT the information desk. See Martin, 
John M. 

AT the sign of the weather vane. See 
The adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 20. 

AT the twilight zone of life. See 
Stanley, Wendell M. 

AT your service. See Besoyan, Richard 
V. 

ATHALIE. See The eternal light, no. 91. 

ATKINSON, T. 
Exercise bowler, a play in three acts. 
© T. Atkinson, New York; lc lFeb47; 
D unp. 7350. 

THE ATOM and Evie. See Richton, Addy. 

ATOMIC astromic. See Patricoff, Henry 
S. 

THE ATOMIC bomb. See Lewellen, 
John Bryan. 

ATOMIC energy and medicine. See 
Warren, Stafford L. 

THE ATOMIC kiss. See Patterson, 
Herbert. 

ATOMIC minstrels. See Chandler, 
Kay. 

THE ATOMIC schoolroom. See Moral 
re-armament, inc. 

ATOMICALLY YOURS. See Henderson, 

John. 

ATWOOD, ROBERT JAMES. 
Beginner's luck. See McKenna, Edwin 
Henry. 

AUCHINC LOSS, GORDON. See Holly- 
wood jackpot. 

AUGUSTINE, HAROLD M. 
And crown our good; operetta. In 
three acts. Text only. © Harold M. 
Augustine, Montclair, N. J.; lc 20Sep46; 
D unp. 8073. 



AUGUSTINE, VICTOR ARTHUR. 
The Lord is coming. A play in twelve 
scenes. © Victor Arthur Augustine, 
New Orleans; lc 17Jun47; D unp. 9618. 

AULNOY, MARIE CATHERINE JUMELLE 
DE BERNEVILLE COMTESSE D*. 
Babiola. See Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 

AUNT JENNY'S REAL LIFE STORIES. 

(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Pauline 
Gilsdorf. © Lever brothers co., 
Cambridge, Mass.; © The stakes are 
too high, parts 1-6. lc each 9Jun47; 
D unp. 10239-10244. 

AUNT Lou's Bible stories. See Payne, 
Margaret Christina. 

AUNTIE goes to college. See Stone, 
James Floyd. 

AUSTEN, JANE, 1775-1817. 
Pride and prejudice, source title. See 
Macnamara, Margaret. Elizabeth 
refuses. 

Macnamara, Margaret. I have five 
daughters. 

AUSTIN, HENRY W. 
Ideas have legs, a North American 
revue by Henry W. Austin and 
Harold Richard Stollery. In eight 
scenes. © Oxford group - Moral 
rearmament, MRA, inc., New York; 
lc 19Mar47; D unp. 8326. 

AUTHORITY. See Walker, Lillie L. 
Daniels. 

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY of Antonio 
Francia, source title. See Francia, 
Antonio. Was I born for this? 

AUTUMN cherry. See Appleton, 
Charles Leonard. 

AVERY, HAROLD V. 

Shooting gallery. Script for radio 
program. S Harold V. Avery, Jack- 
son, Miss.; lc 10Jun47; D unp. 10272. 

AVERY, IRA LEWIS. 
Matilda, a comedy in three acts. © 
Ira L. Avery, New York; lc 14Jun47; 
D unp. 9595. 

AVERY, LYMAN B. 
The parson's daughter, a play in three 
acts. © Lyman B. Avery, Detroit; 
lc 28Mar47; D unp. 8362. 

AVRAMAL Menogin. See Sazzman, 
Sigmund. 

AWENTURA in rosa e blu. See 
Valente, Clemente. 

THE AXEMAN's jazz. See Dorrity, 
Edward G. 



BAB-BO, the baboon. See Hueston, 
Billy. 

BABCOCK and the nightingale. See 
Foch, Dirk. 



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BABES in the wood. See Let's pretend, 
May 17, 1947. 

BABIOLA. See Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 

BABY wanted. See The Sheriff, no. 120. 

BABYSITTER. See Wahnschaffe, Klara. 

BACK to the fold. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2204-1429. 

BACKGROUND for leadership. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 

BACKWOODS Romeo. See Nash, John. 

BAGBY, SCOTT CLARK. 
And I always slept on the couch, a 
three act play with music. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Scott 
Clark Bagby, Montclair, N. J.; lc 
5Feb47; D unp. 1150. 

BAIKOFF, BEVERLY. 
Until December. See West, Mae. 

BAIN, KATHLEEN MARJORIE. 
If Shakespeare lived today, by K. 
Marjorie Bain. A play in two acts. 
© Kathleen Marjorie Bain, Hilling- 
don, Middx, Eng.; lc 30Apr47; 
D unp. 9041. 

BAKER, EDNA MAE. 
For better or for worse, an original 

story. 

Radio script. © Edna Mae Baker, 

Chicago; lc 2Mar47; D unp. 8745. 
The merry mystic. A play in three 

acts. © Edna M. Baker, Chicago; 

lc 9Apr47; D unp. 10058. 

BAKER, ELLIOTT. 
Battle-god, a play about Sir Basil 
Zaharoff. In three acts. © Elliott 
Baker, New York; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 
8467. 
Masquerade, a play in three acts. © 
Elliott Baker, New York; lc 24Jan47; 
D unp. 7152. 

BAKER, JOHN CHESTER. 
Our little theatre, a one act play. © 
John Chester Baker, Falls Church, 
Va.; lc 7Jan47; D unp. 6788. 

BAKER, LEO. 
History for three, a play in one act. 
London, French ltd. [1945] 18 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. (French's acting edi- 
tion) © Samuel French ltd., London; 
31Dec45; D pub. 9540. 

BAKER (WALTER H.) COMPANY. 
Al Haddon and his lamp. See Mc- 

Mullen, Joseph Carl. 
Backwoods Romeo. See Nash, John. 
The Bible comes alive. See Nygaard, 

Norman Eugene. 
The builders. See Hawse, Alberta. 
The carpenter. See Wilson, Dorothy 

Clarke. 
Charity ball. See Birdsall, Elizabeth 

Montague. 
Coming my way. See Schimmel, 

Robert. 
Dark light. See Dane, Essex. 
Girl gets boy. See Pierce, Carl 

Webster. 



His people. See Kelly, Helen M. T. 
Hot off the griddle. See Henderson, 

R. R. 
In a picture frame. See Montgomery, 

Agnes Howell. 
In the money. See White, Eugenia. 
It happens each spring. See Coombs, 

Minott L. 
Lucifer at large. See Ford, Frank P. 
The Magdalene. See Kocher, Ruth 

Laymon. 
Murder by morning. See Henton, J. A. 

pseud. 
Saved from the fate of her sister. See 

McKendree, Marion Speed. 
Scrambled eggs. See Clark, Helen M. 
Special delivery male. See Porter, 

Irene E. 
The stroke of twelve. See Berger, 

Walter, M. 
This day and age. See Van Woeart, 

Alpheus. 
We girls. See Storer, Winifred 

Carol. 
Were you there when they crucified 

my Lord? See Willis, Edith H. 
When women meet. See Brown, 

Albert M. 
Whoa, Auntie! See Sundelof-Asbrand, 

Karin. 
The wraith of wrath. See Long, P. A. 

M. 

BAKER, WINTHROP DAVIS. 
Rhyme without reason. See Dicka- 
son, Albert. 

THE BAKERY man. See Bergen, 
Edgar. 



BAKING with music. 
Albert Paul. 



See Chovanec, 



LE BAL des pompiers. See Legrand, 
Jean-Marie. 

BALCONY scene. See Elser, Donald. 

BALDENSPERGER, PIERRE. 
Premier bal. See Spaak, Charles. 

BALL, EVERETT LORAN. 
Eddy Regent, a play in two acts, eight 
scenes. © Everett Loran Ball, jr., 
New York; lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8987. 

BALTHROPE, CHARLES W. 
The Texans, a radio program. © 
Charles W. Balthrope, San Antonio; 
lc 9Jan47; C 1124. 

BALZER, GEORGE. 
America s foremost violinist. See 

Benny, Jack. 
Getting a haircut. See Benny, Jack. 
Getting a shave. See Benny, Jack. 
A letter from Mary s mother. See 

Benny, Jack. 
Schizophrenia. See Benny, Jack. 
The violin lesson. See Benny, Jack. 

BAMBOULA. See Gould, Marguerite 
Goodman. 

BANCO. See Maloney, Edward. 

BANISH all care. See Monroe, 
Benjamin Franklin. Licensed to steal. 



BANKER Benson's wallet. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2220-1445. 

BANKERS cheques. See Pearson, 
C. H. Bankers credit cheques. 

BANKERS credit cheques. See Pear- 
son, C. H. 

BANNERMAN, HELEN. 
Little Black Sambo. See Wadsworth, 
Mildred. 

BANNISTER, ALBERT. 
Keep punching. See Wells, Billy K. 

THE BANTAM titan. See Sherman, 
Nathan. 

BAR mitzveh speech. See Samberg, 
Benjamin. 

BARCA, PEDRO CALDER6NDE LA. 
See C alder on de la Barca, Pedro. 

BARKER, ALBERT W. 
The beating of wings, a new American 
play in three acts. © Albert W. 
Barker, New York; lc 9Feb47; 
D unp. 7466. 

BARKER, HOWARD C. 
At your service. See Besoyan, 
Richard V. 

BARLOW, ROBERT. 
Among those present, a comedy in 
three acts. © Robert Barlow, 
Ringoes, N. J.; lc 7Feb47; D unp. 
7494. 

BARNES, CARMAN. 
A passionate Victorian, a play in 
three acts and an epilogue, by 
Carman Barnes and Hamilton Fish 
Armstrong; based upon the biography 
"Fanny Kemble, a passionate Victori- 
an" by Margaret Armstrong. © Car- 
man Barnes and Hamilton Fish Arm- 
strong, New York; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 
8520. 

BARNETT, RICHARD. 
The Huron Dolphin, a play in three acts 
by Richard Barnett and Thomas F. 
Knight. © Thomas F. Knight, New 
York; lc 4Jan47; D unp. 7384. 

BARNOUW, ERIK. 

A chance for Jimmy. The Cavalcade 
of America, broadcast Jan. 27, 1947. 
© E. I. du Pont de Nemours and co., 
Wilmington, Del,; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 
7889. 

The voice of the wizard. The Caval- 
cade of America, broadcast Feb. 
10, 1947. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
&.co., Wilmington, Del.; lc 16May47; 
D unp. 9293. 



THE BARREN heart. 
Robert. 



See Turney, 



BARRIE, LESLIE. 

The fair sex, a comedy in three acts 
by Leslie Barrie. © Leslie Barrie, 
New York; lc lMay47; D unp. 9045. 

Valley of unrest, a play in two acts; 
with speech, music and balletic 
form; based upon the life of Edgar 



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Allan Poe. Text only. © Leslie 
Barrie, New York; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 
8338. 

BARRIER, EDGAR. 
World unseen. See Kortner, Fritz. 

BARRINGTON, LOWELL. 
Better to burn, a musical (able by 
Lowell Barrington, illustrations by 
Nettor Worthington. A play in two 
acts. Text only. Illustrations lack- 
ing. © Lowell Barrington, Balboa 
Island, Calif.; lc 17Jun47; D unp. 
10370. 

BARRY, PETER. See 
Call the police. 
Exploring the unknown. 

BARTCHY, RODNEY RICHARD. 
Grandfathers' holiday. See Mere- 
dith, Charles Alexander. 

BARTLING, MARIE FALLS. 
You, I and others; a play in three acts 
and six scenes. © Marie Falls 
Bartling, Wareham, Mass.; lc 
HMar47; D unp. 8028. 

BASEBALL quiz. See Mitchell, Mau- 
rice B. Let's play baseball. 

BASKERVILLE, ROBLEY SUSAN. 
Robley's time. Radio script. © 
Robley Susan Baskerville, San Diego, 
Calif.; lc 15Feb47; D unp. 8023. 

BASSO, HAMILTON. 
Friends and fellow citizens, a play by 
Hamilton Basso and Arthur Kober. 
In three acts. © Hamilton Basso 
and Arthur Kober, New York; lc 
3Apr47; D unp. 8450. 

BATES, ESTHER WILLARD. 
The testimony of the twelve, an Easter 
play in three scenes. Philadelphia, 
The Westminster press [1946] 29 p. 
18 cm. © The Westminster press; 
5Aug46; D pub. 7939. 

BATES, JOHN MC KINNEY. 
Connecticut Halloween. A play in three 
acts. © John Mc Kinney Bates, Fort 
Smith, Ark.; lc 20May47; D unp. 
9528. 

BATSON, GEORGE. 
Hangman's noose, a mystery play in 
three acts. New York, French; 
[etc., 1947] 74 p. diagr. 18 1/2 cm. 
(French's standard library edition) 
© Samuel French, New York; 3Mar47; 
D pub. 8382. 

THE BATTLE for 3-B. See Vogel, 
Arthur. 

THE BATTLE goes on. See Malkin, 
Nathan. 

BATTLE of the bands. See Leaner, 
Arthur Bernard. C 1488. 

THE BATTLE of the bees. See Keane, 
Ethel N. 

BATTLE -GOD. See Baker, Elliott. 



BAUER, BELA A. 
Someone is coming, a play in three 
acts. © Bela A. Bauer, New York; 
lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8433. 

BAUER, EILEEN MARIE COSGRIFF. 
These things of honor, a comedy in 
three acts and seven scenes by Eileen 
M. Cosgriff. © Eileen Marie Cosgriff 
Bauer, New York; lc 10Jun47; D unp. 
10268. 

BAUERFEIND, GEORGE L. 
Night without end, a psychological 
murder mystery in three acts. © 
George L. Bauerfeind, Chicago; lc 
31Mar47; D unp. 8389. 

DER BAUKASTEN. See Fassbind, 
Franz. 



BAUM, LEONARD K. 
Kirshbaum, Louis. 



pseud. See 



BAUMGARTNER, ELIZABETH BURKE. 
See Morris B. Sachs amateur hour. 

BAXTER, JOHN HAROLD. 
The birth of a song, the world's 
most widely accepted Christian song, 
The old rugged cross. © John Harold 
Baxter, Sawyer, Wis.; lc 19Jan47; 
D unp. 7464. 

BAYE, CHARLES. See Schmertz, 
Charles Baye. 

BAZZI, MARIA. See Marsh Allen, 
Maria Bazzi. 

BE it ever so humble. See Karlen, 
Bernard Eugene. 

BE yourself, Nicolette. See Wilkin- 
son, Harry Townsend. 

BEACH, EMMET LEWIS. 
A flaming sword, a play by Lewis 
Beach. In thirty scenes. © Emmet 
Lewis Beach, jr., Saginaw, Mich.; 
lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8123. 

BEACH, JIM. 
Best bets, by Jim Beach and Bert 
Coleman. Radio script. © Bert 
Coleman, New York; lc 29Dec46; 
D unp. 6959. 

BEACH, LEWIS. See Beach, Emmet 
Lewis. 

BEACH, NAOMI M. 
Someone you know. Audition script. 
© Naomi M. Beach, Knoxville, 
Tenn.; lc 14Mar47; D unp. 8743. 

BEAL, WILLIAM A. 
The stool pigeon; vaudeville or radio 
sketch. © William A. Beal, Los 
Angeles; lc 19May47; D unp. 9300. 

BEARD, ANNE HYNES. 
A cap for Annie, a one-act comedy. 
1 Anne Hynes Beard, Oakland, 
Calif.; lc 28May47; D unp. 10029. 

BEARD, MARY V. 
Shuffling into Spanish, a game of 
Spanish solitaire. A lecture to be 
given on shipboard. © Mary V. 



Beard, New York; lc 8Feb47; C 1157. 

BEARDMORE, GEORGE. 
Chatterbox. See Madden, Cecil 
Charles. 

BEAT the rap. See Melivuk, Rade. 

BEAT your gums. See Moore, Marion. 

THE BEATING of wings. See Barker, 
Albert W. 

BEATTIE.DAN. gee Trendle-Beattie. 

BEAUTE fatale. See Mouezy-Eon, 
Andre. Cinq pieces gaies. 

THE BEAUTIFUL ballad. See 
Galliard, Benjamin. 

BECDELIEVRE, MARCELLE 
(MAURETTE) comtesse de. See 
Maurette, Marcelle. 

BECDELIEVRE, YVES, comtesse de. 
See Maurette, Marcelle. 

BECHER, ULRICH. 
Der bockerer. See Preses, Peter. 

BECK, DOROTHY JANE. 
Live and learn, by Jane Beck. A 
play in six scenes. S Dorothy 
Jane Beck, Allentown, Pa.; lc 15Apr47; 
D unp. 8725. 

BECK, JANE. See Beck, Dorothy Jane. 

BECKER, DON. See. Life can be 
beautiful. 

BECKMANN, RUTH ADELE. 
Second chance. A play in four scenes. 
© Ruth Adele Beckmann, Emerson, 
N. J.; lc 17Apr47; D unp. 8784. 

BEDSIDE manner. See Funt, Julian. 

BEESLEY, DODIE G. See Smith, 
Dorothy Gladys. 

BEESLEY, DOROTHY GLADYS 
(SMITH) See Smith, Dorothy Gladys. 

THE BEESWAX doll. See Healey, 
Robert Mathieu. 

BEETHOVEN. See Ben-Ami, Jacob. 

BEFORE I die. See Goodman, Abby. 

BEFORE the angel. See Jackson, 
Horace Atherton. 

BEFORE the deed. See Hawley, Esther 
M. 

BEFORE the sun's up. See Kelly, 
Richard Andrew. 

BEFORE their years. See Wilder- 
man, Louis H. 

BEGINNER'S luck. See McKenna, 
Edwin Henry. 

BEHIND closed doors. See Henry, 
Joseph. 



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BEHIND the curtain. See Greasley, 
Marjorie Ann. 

BEHIND the sun. See Smith, Paul 
Burrell. 

BEHIND these walls. See Wiese, 
Hurdman Henry. 

BEHOLD my soul, gee Shepard, 
Durward Archie. 



BEHOLD the dreamer, 
derson, J. Graham. 



See Hen- 



BEHRMAN, CHESTER THEODORE 

KARL. 

With still, small voice; a regis- 
tered Radio writers' guild script 
written by Chet Behrman. [n. p.] 
C1946. 20 leaves. 28cm. © 
Chester Theodore Karl Behrman, 
Indianapolis; 18Dec46; D pub. 
6955. 

BEHRMAN, CHET. See Behrman, 
Chester Theodore Karl. 

BE IN, ALBERT. 
The pavilion, a play in two acts, by 
Albert Bein and Terry Holmes. 
© Albert Bein and Terry Holmes; 
New York; lc 6Feb47; D unp. 7416. 

BEKESSY, HANS HABE. 
Ohne furcht, ein schauspiel in drei 
akten, von Hans Habe. © Hans 
Habe Bekessy, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; lc 8Apr47; D unp. 8533. 

BELANGER, MEL. See Belanger, 
Merlyn Kenneth. 

BELANGER, MERLYN KENNETH. 
Work of art. See Chekhov, Anton 
Pavlovich. 

BELDING, GEORGE. See Trendle- 
Belding. 

BELL, ALLADINE. 
Silhouettes, a fantasy in one act. © 
Alladine Bell, Logan, Utah; lc 
4May47; D unp. 9076. 

BELL, AUGUSTUS W. 
The judgment, a drama in five 
acts. © Augustus W. Bell, Cleve- 
land; lc 2Jan47; D unp. 6736. 

BELL, BENNY, pseud. See Samberg, 
Benjamin. 

BELL, CHARLES W. 
Her three selves. See Albyn, 
Genevieve Nicetas. 

BELL, HELEN LOUISE. 
Look into the future, a one act play 
that takes place in present day life. 
© Helen Louise Bell, Maplewood, 
N. J.; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8427. 

BELLAK, GEORGE. 
The edge of the sword, a play in 
three acts. © lc 4Apr47; Joseph 
G. Bellak, New York; D unp. 8501. 

BELLAK, JOSEPH G. 
The edge of the sword. See Bellak, 



George. 



BELLAMY, FRANCIS RUFUS. 
Hungarian love song, an operetta in 
three acts and six scenes. Text only. 
© Francis Rufus Bellamy, New York; 
lc 5Jun47; D unp. 9531. 

BELLE Marlow's revenge. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2177-1402. 

BELLOS, NAUSICAA. 
Blackmore house, a play in three 
acts. © Nausicaa Bellos, New 
York; lc 12Jan47; D unp. 7388. 

THE BELLS of Canterbury. See 
Anderson, Edwin. 

THE BELLS of St. demons. See 
Harrison, George. 

THE BELLS of San Romay. See 
Potpinko, John Joseph. 

THE BELLS toll. See Exploring 
the unknown, May 4, 1947. 

BELO (A. H.) CORPORATION. See 
Daddy Ringtail. 

BELOVED stronghold. See 
Marion, Ira. 

BEN Franklin, commissioner to 
France. See Falk, Irving A. 

BENAC, JACQUES DE. 
Revivre, piece en trois actes et 
un prologue. © Jacques de Benac , 
Paris; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7051. 

BEN-AMI, JACOB. 

Beethoven, drama in four acts. 
Based upon the play by Max 
Szhizmoz, adapted and trans- 
lated by Jacob Ben-Ami. Yiddish 
text. © Jacob Ben-Ami, New York; 
lc 28May47; D unp. 10047. 

The idiot; drama in 3 acts, 5 scenes. 
Based upon the novel by Fiodor 
Dostoyevsky, adapted for the stage 
by Jacob Ben-Ami. Yiddish text. 
© Jacob Ben-Ami, New York; 
lc 28May47; D unp. 10046. 

BENATZKY, RALPH. 
Der revisor, ein musikalisches 
lustspiel. Die charaktere sind 
teilweise basiert auf Nikolaus 
Gogol's gleichnamigem lustspiel. 
In three acts and epilogue. Text 
and music in separate volumes. 
© Edition Turicaphon, a.g., 
Zurich, Switzerland; lc 30Mar47; 
D unp. 1193. 

BENAULT, AL. 

All fools refuse to marry; or, 
Who is Digorvanne? A drama 
in three acts, seven scenes. © 
Al Benault, Hollywood; lc 12May47; 
D unp. 9529. 

The architect, a comedy in one act, 
two scenes. © Al Benault, Holly- 
wood; lc 3Feb47; D unp. 7462. 

The circle, a mystery play in one 
act, two scenes. © Al Benault, 
Hollywood; lc 3Feb47; D unp. 
7461. 



Conscience, a one act play. © Al 

Benault, Hollywood; lc 12Feb47- 

D unp. 7776. 
Explosive cocktail, a comedy with 

dynamite in every act. In three 

acts. © Al Benault, New Orleans- 

lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8837. 
Ghost in A-flat, a comedy in three 

acts. © Al Benault, Hollywood; 

lc 13jan47; D unp. 6878. 
Going to Hollywood, a comedy in one 

act, two scenes. © Al Benault, 

Hollywood; lc 21Feb47; D unp ' 

7697. 

BENDER, FRED MICHAEL. 
Scoop the press, a radio program. 
© Fred Michael Bender, San Fran- 
cisco; lc 21Apr47; D unp. 8892. 

BENEDETTI, ALDO DE. 
Due dozzine di rose scarlatte, corn- 
media in 3 atti; con prefazione de 
C. G. Viola. [Roma] Apollon [19451 
248 p. 17 1/2 cm. © Aldo de Bene- 
detti, Roma; 8Jun45; D pub. 8019. 
Lo sbaglio di essere vivo, source title. 
See Presnell, Robert R. Weep no 
more. 

BENET, LEANDRO NAVARRO. 
Bengala. See Cuesta Fernandez, 
Miguel de la. 

BENGALA. See Cuesta Fernandez, 
Miguel de la. 

BENJAMIN Bunny, the industrious 
rabbit. See Green, Carl P. 

BENNER, JOSEPH H. 
Jehangir, a play in one act. © Joseph 
H. Benner, Allentown, Pa.; lc lMar47- 
D unp. 8572. 

BENNETT, DONALD E. 
Fanfare. Radio script. © Donald E. 
Bennett, Larkspur, Calif.; lc 18Mar47- 
C 1328. 

BENNINGTON bridge. See Alcarese, 
Helen Marie. 

BENNOT, EDRA, pseud. See Cohen, 
Edward. 

BENNY, JACK. 

America's foremost violinist, a 
dramatic composition by Jack Benny, 
Milton Jossessberg, Sam Perrin, 
John Tackaberry and George Balzer. 
cl947. [3] p. 21cm. © Jack Benny, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; D pub 
9629. ?..'*• 

Getting a haircut, a dramatic composi- 
tion by Jack Benny, Milton Jossessberg, 
Sam Perrin, John Tackaberry and 
George Balzer. cl947. [5] p. 21cm. 
© Jack Benny, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 9604. 
Getting a shave, a dramatic composi- 
tion by Jack Benny, Milton Jossessberg, 
Sam Perrin, John Tackaberry and 
George Balzer. cl947. [5] p. 21cm. 
© Jack Benny, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 9603. 
A letter from Mary's mother, a dra- 
matic composition by Jack Benny, 
Milton Jossessberg, Sam Perrin, 
John Tackaberry and George Balzer. 



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cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © Jack Benny, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 9607. 

Schizophrenia; parts 1 and II. A dra- 
matic composition by Jack Benny, 
Milton Jossessberg, Sam Perrin, John 
Tackaberry and George Balzer. 
Adapted from an original radio drama 
entitled Alter ego, by Arch Oboler, 
cl947. [8] p. 21cm. © Jack Benny, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 9606. 

The violin lesson; parts I and II. A 
dramatic composition by Jack Benny, 
Milton Jossessberg, Sam Perrin, 
John Tackaberry and George Balzer. 
cl947. [6] p. 21cm. © Jack Benny, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 9605. 

BENSON, AL, pseud. See Leaner, 
Arthur Bernard. 

BENTEL, CHARLES A. 
Charadio; or, Charades by radio; or, 
Telecharadio. A 1947 radio version 
of the old parlor game, Charades. © 
Charles A. Bentel, Glenshaw, Pa.; 
lc 7Jan47;C 1143. 

BENTHAM, JOSEPHINE. 
Three tickets to heaven, by Josephine 
Bentham and Frank Hall. A play 
in three acts. © Josephine Bentham 
and Frank Hall, New York; lc 19Feb47; 
D unp. 7735. 

BENTKOVER, JACOB. 
Some of my best friends, a play in 
three acts. © Jacob Bentkover, 
Chicago; lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8568. 

BENTLEY, FRANK. 
Journey to Calais, a play in one act. 
© Frank Bentley, Escondido, Calif.; 
lc 17Feb47; D unp. 7734. 

BENTON, PAULINE. 
How Elephant Gay eats, a sequel to 
the musical drama Elephant Gay. 
In six scenes. © Pauline Benton, 
New York; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 8481. 

BENZ, HAMILTON. 
The widow's might, a play in two acts 
and eight scenes. © Hamilton Benz, 
Vineyard Haven, Mass.; lc 14Jan47; 
D unp. 7186. 

BERARD, GEORGES. 
Sarpedon. See Melon, Pierre. 

BERENBERG, BEN ROSS. 
Dizzy Doodle, a musical legend. 

Radio script. © Ben Ross Berenberg, 

New York; lc 29Apr47; D unp. 9001. 
Tex and Mex. A radio play. © Ben 

Ross Berenberg, New York; lc 

22May47; D unp. 9345. 

BERG, LEE, pseud. See Lichtenberg, 
Leo. 

BERG, NATHAN S. 
Match wits with the experts. Radio 
script. © Nathan S. Berg, Little 
Rock, Ark.; lc 3Apr47; C 1336. 

BERG, ROBERT CHARLES. 
Wither reindeer? A moral fable. 



In three acts. Text and music on sep- 
arate leaves. © Robert Charles Berg, 
jr., Washington; lc 7Jun47; D unp. 
1209. 

BERGEN, EDGAR JOHN. 

The bakery man, a dramatic composi- 
tion. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © Edgar 
Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10215. 

The Chase and Sanborn program. See 
The Chase and Sanborn program. 

Glass blowing, a dramatic composition. 
cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © Edgar Bergen, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 
10207. 

A grammar lesson, a dramatic composi- 
tion. cl947. [4J p. 21cm. © Edgar 
Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10216. 

A lesson in life saving, a dramatic com- 
position. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © 
Edgar Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 10209. 

Little Red Riding Hood, a dramatic 
composition. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. 
© Edgar Bergen, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 10217. 

The three little pigs, a dramatic com- 
position. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © 
Edgar Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 10214. 

Underwear by mail order, a dramatic 
composition. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. 
© Edgar Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 10208. 

Ventriloquism exposed, a dramatic 
composition. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © 
Edgar Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 10210. 

BERGER, L. J. 
What the health? See Treser, Robert 
M. 

BERGER, LUDWIG. 
Second sight, a play in four acts. © 
Ludwig Berger, New York; lc 
20Feb47; D unp. 8347. 

BERGER, ROBERT WILLIAM. 
329; or, Three-twenty-nine. A play in 
three acts. © Robert William Berger, 
New York; lc 20Feb47; D unp. 7648. 



BERGER, SYLVIA, 
science. 



See The march of 



BERGER, WALTER M. 
The stroke of twelve, a play of suspense. 
Boston, Baker's plays [etc., 1947] 77 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. © Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston; 10Apr47; D pub. 8688. 

BERGES, MAX L. 
Why Schenectady? A play In three acts 
by Milton Lewis [pseud.] © Milton 
Lewis (Max L. Berges) Los Angeles; 
lc 10Mar47; D unp. 8035. 

BERGQUAM, HAZEL HOFFMAN. 
The mortgage, a one-act satire. © 
Hazel Hoffman Bergquam, Aloha, Or.; 
lc 19Mar47; D unp. 8187. 

BERKE, NATHAN R. 
Lady in the house, by N. R. Berke. A 
play in two acts. B Nathan R. Berke, 
New York; lc 19Feb47; D unp. 7740. 



BERMAN, HAROLD LEWIS. 
Brief candle, a play in two acts. 
Harold Lewis Berman, New Haven; 
lc 10Apr47; D unp. 8748. 

BERMINGHAM, CASTLEMAN AND 
PIERCE, INC. 
Education for marriage. See Albright, 

John Lord. 
Special assignment. See Kane, Frank. 

BERNARD, JEAN JACQUES, 1888- 
Martlne, source title. See Fox, Helen 
M. A patch of shade. 

BERNHARDT, SARAH. 
Memories of my life, source title. 
See Wolcott, Bernice Blair. Divine 
Sarah. 

BERRY, GEORGE PACKER. 
Viruses - master parasites. New York 
Philharmonic symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Mar. 30, 1947. £ 
United States rubber co. , New York; 
lc 15Apr47; C 1352. 

BERTHOMIEU, MARC. 
La Dame de Mercoeur, roman lyrique 
de Marc Berthomieu, d'apres les 
Chroniques d'Averne; hors-textes de 
M. Juncar, calligraphic et presenta- 
tion de Henri Clirbat. [Paris, Printed 
by Circulaire rotative, 1946] clxxv p. 
illus., plates. 20cm. © Marc Bertho- 
mieu, Paris; 31Jul46; D pub. 7424. 



BERTRANDIAS, DICK. 
Stories of the seven seas, 
berg, Felix. 



See Riesen- 



BERTUCH, MAX. 

Das andere ufer, ein theaterstuck in 
zwei akten mit einem vorsplel und 
einem epilog von Max Bertuch und 
Kurt Marion. © Max Bertuch and 
Kurt Marion, Nice, France; Ic220ct46; 
D unp. 7203. 

Damit die baeume nicht in den himmel 
wachsen. Drei elnakter von Max 
Bertuch und Kurt Marion. I. Eugenie. 
II. Der Turmbau zu Babel. III. Don 
Juan. © Max Bertuch and Kurt Marion, 
Nice, France; lc 220ct46; D unp. 7206. 

Gerechtigkeit; oder, 1st das schon zu 
viel verlangt? Komodte in vier akten 
von Max Bertuch und Kurt Marion. © 
Max Bertuch and Kurt Marion, Nice, 
France; lc 220ct46; D unp. 7204. 

BESIDE the still waters. See Tomson, 
Harriet Alberta. 

BESOYAN, RICHARD V. 
At your service, a new musical comedy 
in two acts; book by Richard Besoyan 
and Howard Barker, music and lyrics 
by Richard Besoyan. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © Richard V. 
Besoyan, Alameda, Calif.; lc 2Feb47; 
D unp. 1155. 

BEST bets. See Beach, Jim. 

BESTER, ALFRED. See Nick Carter, 
master detective. 



BETHLEHEM children, 
branth, Elena. 



See De Helle- 



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BETHLEHEM'S Babe. See Kirk, Mabel 
L. 

THE BETRAYAL. See The greatest story 
ever told, no. 9. 

BETROTHAL in a convent. See Blitzstein, 
Marc. 

BETTER late than never. See Hetrich, 
Mary Ellen. 

BETTER to burn. See Barrington, 
Lowell. 

BETTI, UGO. 

Delitto all' Isola delle Capre; tre atti. 
© Ugo Betti, Roma; lc 29Nov46; 
D unp. 9173. 

BETTI, UGO, 1892- 
Ispezione; tre atti. (In. Sipario, anno 
II, n. 11-12, Milano, 1947. 29cm. 
p. 37-56) © Ugo Betti, Roma; lApr47; 
D pub. 9661. 

BETTS, TONEY , pseud. See Zito, 
Anthony. 

BEVERLY, BERT I. Problem child. 
See Wilding picture productions, inc. 

BEWITCHED. See Dr. Christian, no. 
425. 

BEYOND that curtain. See O'Neill, 
Edward Hugh. 

BEYOND the clouds. See Gracious, 
Virginia. 

BIBESCO, ANTOINE. 

L'etoile sans nom, comedie en trois 
actes. © Antoine Bibesco, Paris; 
lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7065. 

Le onzieme commandement; comedie 
en trois actes. © Antoine Bibesco, 
Paris; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7059. 

What happened to Eve, a comedy in 
three acts and six scenes. © An- 
toine Bibesco, Paris; lc 22Jan47; 
D unp. 7054. 

THE BIBLE comes alive. See Ny- 
gaard, Norman Eugene. 

BIBLE dramas. See Lacy, Lela. 

THE BIBLE solves your problems. 
See Waters, Maisie Turner. D unp. 
8512. 

BIBLETONE PRODUCTIONS. 
Hymns we love. See Braun, Ruth. 

BIELEFELDT, RIGMOR. 
A same. See Schwartz, Clara. 

BIESANTZ, SYLVIA. 
Tuffy, a children's play in three acts 
by Sylvia Biesantz and Angel Coch. © 
Sylvia Biesantz and Angel Coch, Forest 
Hills, N. Y.; lc 31Dec46; D unp. 6720. 

THE BIG blue. See Finney, Leo Peter. 

THE BIG chance. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2241-1466. 

BIG Chief Talebearer. See Krinn, George. 



THE BIG deal. See The Green Hornet, 
no. 797. 

BIG Dipper John. See Munkac si, Mar- 
tin. 

THE BIG hoax. See Willenbecher, 
Gwen. 

THE BIG mouthpiece. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 811. 

BIG sap. See Grain, Claire. 

THE BIG stone house. See Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 476. 

THE BIG top. See Exploring the un- 
known, Jan. 5, 1947. 

THE BIG top adventure. See The ad- 
ventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 24. 

BIGELOW, OTIS. 
My fair lady, a comedy. In three acts. 
© Otis Bigelow, Utica, N. Y.; lc 
14May47; D unp. 9324. 

BIKINI— Bikini. See Grady, Richard F. 

BILL of rights, broadcast Jan. 14, 1947. 
See Wilson, John Clyde. 

BILL visits Springfield. See Worst, 
Rose Rotter. 

A BILLET for Bill. See Reach, James. 

BILLY Neal's brother. See Kapner, 
Irving. 

BILLY saves his peace. See Higgins, 
Mary. 

BILOTTI, ANTON GEORGE. 
Circus in the sky, a dramatico-musi- 
cal composition; text by Frances 
Winwar, music by Anton George 
Bilotti. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Antom Bilotti and Frances 
Winwar, New York; lc 7Jan47; D unp. 
1144. 

BILU, the badge of honor. See The 
eternal light, no. 123. 

BIOW, RICHARD. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

BIRABEAU, ANDRE. 
La paladin; comedie en trois actes. 
© Andre Birabeau, Monaco, Pte. 
de Monaco; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7058. 

BIRCH, ALBERT GEORGE. 
Arizona, an operetta in three acts. 
Text only. © Albert George Birch, 
Denver; lc 19Mar47; D unp. 8620. 

BIRCHFIELD, LESLIE EMMETT. 
Restoration, a thirty minute radio 
play. © Leslie Emmett Birchfield, 
Memphis; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7027. 

THE BIRDS began to cry. See Chest- 
nut, William Austin. 

BIRDSALL, ELIZABETH MONTAGUE. 
Charity ball, a comedy in one act. 
Boston [etc.] Baker's plays [1947] 



25 p. 18cm. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker co., 31Jan47; 
D pub. 7497. 

BIRNKRANT, SAMUEL. 
Rockbound. A play in one act. © 
Samuel Birnkrant, Brooklyn; lc 
30Mar47; D unp. 8518. 

THE BIRTH of a song. See Baxter, 
John Harold. 

THE BIRTH of an idea. See Emory, 
Claire Lewis. 

THE BIRTHDAY ball of the wooden 
doll. See Herst, Gladys H. 

THE BIRTHDAY present. See Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 475. 

BISHER, Jane. 
The man who cried in Congress. 
See Hartman, Paul. 

BISHOP, GEORGE E. 
Ladies in hades. See Sparks, 
Floyd L. 

BITE the dust. See Reynolds, Earle 
L. 

BITTER harvest. See Reitz, Phyllis. 

BITTERSWEET. See Lang, Gladys 
Lee. 

BDCBY,CARL. See Life can be 

beautiful. 

BIZMAN, IRVING E. 
Joey the jeep. See Marvin, Julie. 
Party-time at your house. See 

Marvin, Julie. 
Peaches o'Hara. See Marvin, 

Julie. 
The story of Jack and Jill. See 

Marvin, Julie. 
Tiny Harmonica at Carnegie Hall. 

See Marvin, Julie. 
The victory of the vegetables. See 

Marvin, Julie. 

BLACK, BARBARA JEAN. 
Ebony locks. A play in four scenes. 
© Barbara Jean Black, Allentown, 
Pa.; lc 18Mar47; D unp. 8133. 

BLACK, WALTER. 
Mother was a halfback, a play in two 
acts, by Walter Black and William 
Mendrek. © Walter Black and 
William Mendrek, New York; lc 
4Feb47; D unp. 7499. 

BLACK and white. See Phillips, 
Phoebe Marie. 

BLACK Arab. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2215-1440. 

THE BLACK dog. See Challenge of 
the Yukon, no. 466. 

THE BLACK minute. See Shea, Henry 
Richard. 

BLACK pattern. See TheSheriff.no. 
116. 



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THE BLACK twin. See Hoffman, 
Wendell Lester. 

BLACK, white or platd. See Judson, 
Lester. 

BLACK wine. See Johnson, Philip. 

BLACKMORE house. See Bellos, 
Nausicaa. 

BLACKSTONE, DOROTHY. 
On Duke of Gloucester street. See 
Anderson, Charles L. 

BLACKWELDER, ELIOT. 
The face of our continent. New York 
Philharmonic -symphony intermis- 
sion feature. Broadcast Mar. 9, 
1947. © United States rubber co., 
New York; lc 26Mar47; C 1303. 

BLACKWELL, EARL. 
Celebrity service of the air, a radio 
show written by Earl Blackwell and 
Ted Strong. Script no. 1. © Cele- 
brity service, inc., New York; lc 
15Feb47; D unp. 9136. 

BLAKE, ROBERT. 

The census taker in Mulberry street, 
a comedy act. Dialogue. © Robert 
Blake, New York; lc lMar47, D unp. 
7826. 

BLANK, AMY K. 
An assembly program for Founder's 
day for the elementary school. © 
Union of American Hebrew congre- 
gations, Cincinnati; 5Feb47; D pub. 
7723. 

BLANK, IRWIN M. 
The dreidlach that wouldn't spin, a 
Chanuko playlet in three scenes. © 
Union of American Hebrew congrega- 
tions, Cincinnati; 17Nov46; D pub. 
7721. 

BLANKFORT, HENRY. 
Red sky at morning, a play In three 
acts, by Henry Blankfort and Lewis 
Allen. © Henry Blankfort and Lewis 
Allen, Los Angeles; lc 5Jan47; D unp. 
6766. 

BLAPAPIRET. See Krog, Helge. 

BLEED in the blood! See Robb, Wilber 
Jackson. 

BLESS them all. See Gurian, Manning 
Max. 

THE BLINDFOLDED lady. See Segall, 
Harry. 

BLITZSTEIN, MARC. 
Betrothal In a convent; translation of 
act II, scene 4, from the Russian 
adaptation by Sergei Prokofiev of 
Sheridan's play, The duenna. © 
Marc Blitzsteln, New York; lc 
18May47; D unp. 9460. 

BLIVEN, HARRY. 
Opportunity unlimited. See Rohde, 
William L. 



BLOCH, ANDRE. 
Freres d'armes. Friends in arms. 
Opera-comique en six tableaux. 
Llvret de M. Andre Mauprey. Textes 
chantes de Mme. Claude Loris. 
Mustque de M.^ Paul Maye. Text 
only. © Andre Mauprey (pseudo. de 
Andre Bloch), Paris; lc 22Jan47; 
D unp. 7426. 

BLOCH (FELIX) ERBEN. 
Das wundermittel. See Fulda, Ludwig. 

BLOCK, ARTHUR LEOPOLD. 
Ladies' day, a new musical comedy. 
In two acts. © Arthur Leopold 
Block, Brooklyn; lc 13Mar47; D unp. 
1168. 

BLOOD donor. See Freedman, Hyman. 

BLOOD the life-stream. See The march 
of science. 

BLOTCHED brands. See The Lone Rang- 
er, no. 2233-1458. 

BLOW the man down. See Kelso, Edmond 
Erwin. 

BLUCK, WALTER THEODORE. 
Wrestling with life, a three act farce. 
© Walter Theodore Bluck, Chicago; 
lc lMay47; D unp. 9054. 

A BLUE bowl of flowers. See Spurr, 
Frank Floyd. 

THE BLUE horse. See Kandel, Judith. 

BLUEBEARD'S sixth wife. See Rott, 
Jack. 

BLUMENTHAL, BELLE. 
What's money? See Stevers, Richard. 

BOARD and room. See Critoph, Gerald 
Ernest. 

BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION OF 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. See 
Presbyterian church in the United 
States of America. Board of Chris- 
tian education. 

BOARD OF MISSING HEIRS. (Radio pro- 
gram) 
Scripts in this series are by James 

F. Waters and Alfred E. Shebel. 

Issued also with the sub-title Court 

of missing heirs. © James F. 

Waters and Alfred E. Shebal, New 

York. 

38. Dec. 20, 1946. © 1 c. 27Feb47; 

D unp. 7798. 
38-44. Dec. 20, 27, 1946, Jan. 3, 26, 

Feb. 2, 9, 16, 1947. © lc each 

20Feb47; D unp. 7990-7996. 
46. Mar. 2, 1947. © lc 5Mar47; 

D unp. 8558. 
47-49. Mar. 9, 16, 23, 1947. © lc 

each 25Mar47; D unp. 8252-8254. 

50. Mar. 30, 1947. © lc lApr47; 
D unp. 8414. 

51. Apr. 2, 1947. © lc 8Apr47; 
D unp. 8529. 

52. Apr. 9, 1947. lc 12Apr47; 
D unp. 8709. 



53. Apr. 16, 1947. 
D unp. 8797. 

54. Apr. 23, 1947. 
D unp. 8968. 

55. Apr. 30, 1947. 
D unp. 9086. 

56. May 7, 194 7. 
D unp. 9198. 

57. May 14, 1947. 
D unp. 9297. 

58. May 21, 1947. 
D unp. 9377. 

59. May 28, 1947. 
D unp. 10070. 

60. June 4, 1947. 
D unp. 10161. 

61. June 11, 1947. 
D unp. 10338. 

62. June 18, 1947. 
D unp. 10385. 



lc 18Apr47; 

lc 26Apr47; 

lc 5May47; 
lc HMay47; 

lc 17May47; 
© lc 24May47; 
© lc 4Jun47; 
© lc 8Jun47; 
© lc 14Jun47; 
© lc 20Jun47; 



BOARMAN, JAMES A. 
Take ye no rest. See Simmons, 
Sadie Y. 

BOAS, MAURITS IGNATIUS. 
The people are running, a sophistica- 
ted comedy in three acts, by Ralph 
A. Jason [pseud. J 5 Maurits Ignatius 
Boas, Beverly Hills, Calif.; lc HFeb47; 
D unp. 9356. 

BOBBE.DOROTHIE. 
I am a woman, a play in three acts. 
© Dorothie Bobbe, New York; lc 
18May47; D unp. 9428. 

BOBROV, PAULINE. 
Minor opinions; television show. © 
Pauline Bobrov, Chicago; lc 3Mar47; 
D unp. 7869. 

BOCHNIAK, JOSEPH JOHN. 

Death cell. A film script, i Joseph 
John Bochniak, Bayonne, H. J.; lc 
13May47; D unp. 9249. 

DER BOCKERER. See Preses, Peter. 

BODELL, WILLIAM EDWARD. 
Men behind history. The father of the 
steamboat. A radio play. I William 
Edward Bodell, Chicago; lc 21May47; 
D unp. 9436. 
Men behind history. The general's 
wife. A radio play. E William 
Edward Bodell, Chicago; lc 21May47; 
D unp. 9435. 

BOFFOLA. See Appell, Don. 

BOG ART, VINNY. 
Deems, dem and dose. See Gardner, 

Ed. 
Flatbush on the Thames. See Gardner, 

Ed. 
The sympathetic part. See Gardner, 

Ed. 
Two Top Gruskin. See Gardner, Ed. 

BOISSY, ROBERT. 

Jupiter, by Robert Boissy; translation 
by Gordon Roberts. A play in three 
acts. & Gordon Roberts, New York; 
lc 16Apr47; D unp. 8765. 

BOJER, JOHAN. 
Hustruen, skuespill i fire akter. Oslo, 
Gyldendal Norsk forlag, 1941. 95 p. 
20cm. © Gyldendal Norsk forlag, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Oslo; 27Nov41; D pub. 7836. 

BOLGER, ANN. See Bolger, Helene 
Ann. 

BOLGER, HELENE ANN. 
Jipp and Jesse, by Ann Bolger. A play 
in three scenes. © Helene Ann 
Bolger, Allentown, Pa.; lc 18Apr47; 
D unp. 8795. 

BOLINGER, MARGARET E. 
St. Patrick's day in the morning. A 
play in one scene. © Margaret 
Bolinger, Minneapolis; lc 3Mar47; 
D unp. 8634. 

BOLLER.RUTH LAWRENCE. 
Pigeon feather, a story. © Ruth 
Lawrence Boiler, Detroit; lc HMar47; 
C 1238. 

BOLTON, GUY. 

The long arm, a play in three acts. © 
Guy Bolton, c/o American play co. , 
New York; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 8471. 

BOMHARD, MORITZ. See Von Bom- 
hard, Moritz. 

BONACC I, DANIEL F. 
Star trouble. See Goodrich, Arthur F. 

BONFIRE. See Elliot, Elaine. 

BONGARD, DAVID PETER. 
Anasette, a drama in three acts. © 
David Peter Bongard, Los Angeles; 
lc 24Mar47; D unp. 8475. 

BONNARD, ANDRE. 
Oedipe roi. See Sophocles. 
Promethee enchafne. See Aeschylus. 

BONNEY, JOSEPH. 
A man named Brooks, a play in three 
acts and one set. © Joseph Bonney, 
Brooklyn; lc 28Jan47; D unp. 7441. 

BONNIE Boz. See Nelson, Mervyn. 

THE BONNY Earl O'Moray. See Ready. 
Stuart. 

BONUS. See Moody, Ralph Roy. 

BOOKSTEIN, HINDA. 

The case of the universal kidnapping, 
a fantasy; a half-hour radio drama 
in three acts. © Hinda Bookstein, 
Los Angeles; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 
8482. 

If I go blind. A radio play. © Hinda 
Bookstein, Los Angeles; lc 21May47; 
D unp. 9339. 

BOORUM, RALPH WALDO. 

Happy-go-lucky; or, Wherever you are, 
be happy— whatever you do, go-lucky! 
A radio script. © Ralph Waldo Boo- 
rum, Brooklyn; lc 29May47; D unp. 
9496. 

Jack wins a bet. (Is Fred's face red?) 
A radio play. © Ralph Waldo Boorum, 
Brooklyn; lc 29May47; D unp. 9494. 

Mary goes to town; Jack goes berserk. 
A radio play. © Ralph Waldo Boorum, 
Brooklyn; lc 29May47; D unp. 9495. 



BOOTH, JOHN HUNTER. 
Strange harmony, a comedy in two 

acts and five scenes. © John Hunter 

Booth, Brookline, Mass.; lc lMay47; 

D unp. 9049. 
We are the chosen, a cavalcade of early 

Massachusetts history, in fifteen scenes. 

© John Hunter Booth, Brookline, Mass.; 

lc 12Feb47; D unp. 7608. 
When wilderness was West, a play in 

three acts and seven scenes. © John 

Hunter Booth, Brookline, Mass.; 

lc 12Feb47; D unp. 7607. 

BORETZ, ALVIN. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

BORG, FRANCOIS. 

Mariquita; drame lyrique en quatre 
actes et quatre tableaux. Livret et 
musique de Francois Borg. Illus- 
trated t-p. precedes each act. Text 
only. © Francois Borg, Paris; lc 
23May47; D unp. 10114. 

Valse tragique; tragi -come'die musi- 
cale en trois actes et neuf tableaux, 
livret et musique de Francois Borg. 
Illustrated t-p. precedes each scene. 
Text only. © Editions Francois 
Borg, Tunis; lc 23May47; D unp. 
10115. 

THE BORGIAN taint. See Stockton, 
Charles. 

BORUFF, JOHN PERRY. 

The looking-glass room, a play in 
three acts, by John Boruff. © 
John Perry Boruff, jr., Mt. Kisco, 
N. Y.; lc 6May47; D unp. 9106. 

Unburied dead. See Sartre, Jean 
Paul. 

BOTT, WILMA CARROLL. 
A ward of the Golden Gate; drama- 
tized from the Bret Harte story of 
the same name. In four acts. © 
Wilma Carroll Bott, Monterey, 
Calif.; lc 9Jun47; D unp. 9573. 

BOTTLE of magic. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

BOULE de suit, source title. See 
Hochwaelder, Fritz. Hotel du 
Commerce. 

BOULEVARD du crime. See 
Guitton, Jean. 

BOUNDLESS shame. See Serino, 
James Vincent. 

BOURKE, HOLLAND AND MILLER, 
INC. 

Polly Preston Cinderella. See 
Miller, Betty. 

BOUVIER, ROSETTA H. 
Secret ritual of Pi Kappa Phi sor- 
ority. © Rosetta H. Bouvier, Lima, 
O.; lc 12Dec46; C 1125. 

BOWEN, ALBERT VERNON. 
The little tune that ran away. A 
story with dialogue and sound 
effects. 7 leaves. ©Albert Ver- 
non Bowen, Old Greenwich, Conn.; 
lc 16Jan47; D unp. 6986. 



The talking musical instruments. A 
poem. © Albert Vernon Bowen, 
Old Greenwich, Conn.; lc 19Mar47; 
C 1403. 

The war of the toys. A poem. © Al- 
bert Vernon Bowen, Old Greenwich, 
Conn.; lc 19Mar47; C 1404. 

BOWEN-BROWN, FAYETTE. 
America's negro women, a dramatic 
pageant. 16 leaves. © Mrs. Fayette 
Bowen-Brown, Ellsworth, Kan.; lc 
13Jan47; D unp. 6881. 

THE BOX. See Judson, Lester E. 

A BOY, a girl and a song. See Brown, 
Dave. 

BOY and a dog. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2213-1438. 

BOY crazy. See Ehlers, Willard 
Arthur. La Mesa comedy no. 1. 

THE BOY from the deep shade. See 
Lewis, Philip. 

THE BOY who found Jesus. See Viera, 
Lillian Jones. 

BOY wonder. See Greendale, Alexander, 

BOYAJIAN, ZABELLE C. 
Etchmiadzin, a drama in three acts and 
six scenes, [n. p.] cl946. 27 p. 
25cm. © Prelacy of the Armenian 
apostalic church in America, inc., 
New York; 270ct46; D pub. 7526. 

BOYD, BYRON B. 
Oh say! Do you see? A controversial 
comedy in three acts. © Byron B. 
Boyd, Des Moines; lc 23Dec46; 
D unp. 6724. 



BOYD, CHARLOTTE. 
Charlotte. 



See Boyd, Mary 



BOYD, ISABEL. See Proudfit, Isabel 
Boyd. 

BOYD, JAMES M. 

Jim Clark- -American, a narration. 
22 leaves. © Ira Mosher associates, 
inc.; lc 31Dec46; D unp. 6710. 

Land of opportunity, a narration. 9 
leaves. © Ira Mosher associates, 
inc.; New York; lc 31Dec46; D unp. 
6707. 

Let's win the peace, a narration. 12 
leaves. © Ira Mosher associates, 
inc., New York; lc 31Dec46; D unp. 
6708. 

Personal victory, a narration. 16 
leaves. © Ira Mosher associates, 
inc.; New York; lc 3lDec46; D unp. 
6706. 

Women in industry, a narration. 27 
leaves. © Ira Mosher associates, 
inc., New York; lc 31Dec46; D unp. 
6709. 

BOYD, MARY CHARLOTTE. 
You belong to me, by Charlotte Boyd. 
A play in two scenes. © Mary 
Charlotte Boyd, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 31Mar47; D unp. 8390. 



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BOYD, OSCAR BECKWITH. 
Riding the range. A play In three 
acts. © Oscar Beckwlth Boyd, 
Dunellen, N. J.; lc 21Jan47; D unp. 
8877. 

BOYD, WYNEBERRY. 
Point your toe. See Miles, Isadora. 

BOYS will be boys. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2224-1449. 

BRACKEN, EDWARD V. 
The Eddie Bracken show. See 

The Eddie Bracken show. (Radio 

program) 
.750 Smith. Movie script based on 

a story of the same title. © Bracken 

productions, inc., Hollywood; lc 

27May47; D unp. 10040. 

BRACKEN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
The Eddie Bracken show. See 
The Eddie Bracken show. (Radio 
program) 

BRACKEN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
.750 Smith. See Bracken, Edward 
V. 

BRAD Ellis —U.N. trouble shooter. 
See Zaslow, Stanley. 

BRADEN, LOUISE. 
Curtain going up. 71 leaves. © 
Louise Braden, Rock Island, 111.; 
lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7089. 

BRADFORD, BRUCE. 
Bruce Bradford show. See Hull, 
James Milfred. 

BRADFORD, MARSHALL. 
Eight radio plays. See Bushnell, 
Adelyn. 

BRADLEY, J. CHAPMAN. 
The little angel who refused to sing, 
source title. See Broadhurst, Iva. 
A little angel refuses to sing. 

BRADY, BETTY. 
Homemaker serenade. Delrich audi- 
tion script. © Crosley broadcasting 
Corp., Cincinnati; lc 18May47; C 1421. 

BRADY, FRED C. 
Take me again, a comedy of infrequent 
manners. In three acts. © Fred C. 
Brady, Boston; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 
8934. 

BRAHAN, JUSTIN JOHN. 
The unknown relative, a one act mystery. 
© Justin John Brahan, Los Angeles; lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 7522. 

BRANCH, ROBERT F. 
Invitation to fame. See Fishburn, 
Alan M. 

BRAND, OTTO. 
Hadamar, a play in a prologue and 
three acts. © Otto Brand, APO 154; 
lc 8Apr47; D unp. 9503. 

BRANDFON, A. GEORGE. 
Cafeteria society, a comedy in three 
acts, by A. George Brandfon and 
Helen Henis. © A. George Brandfon 



and Helen Henis, New York; lc 
15Feb47; D unp. 7646. 

Cafeteria society. (Government in- 
formers) A comedy In three acts, 
by A. George Brandfon and Helen 
Henis. © A. George Brandfon and 
Helen Henis, New York; lc 29May47; 
D unp. 10U79. 

Government informers, a comedy in 
three acts, by A. George Brandfon 
and Helen Henis. © A. George 
Brandfon and Helen Henis, New York; 
lc 4Mar47; D unp. 7867. 

BRANNER, JON. 
The law of force for nuclear particles. 
1 leaf. Address. © Jon Branner, 
Mount Vernon, N. Y.; lc 30Apr47- 
C 1381. 



BRASS, RALPH. 
Elmer of Times Square. 
E. Alfred. 



See Turner, 



BRA UN, GILBERT. 

The adventures of Frank Merriwell. 
See The adventures of Frank Merri- 
well. (Radio program) 

Hymns we love. See Braun, Ruth. 

BRA UN, RUTH. 

The adventures of Frank Merriwell. 
See The adventures of Frank Merri- 
well. (Radio program) 

Hymns we love. A radio program, by 
Ruth and Gilbert Braun. © Bibletone 
productions, New York; lc 27May47; 
D unp. 10045. 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 
Mama's little helper, a delightful teen- 
age comedy in one act. New York, 
French; [etc.] cl947. 46 p. diagr. 
19cm. © Samuel French, New York; 
26Feb47; D pub. 8325. 

BREAK between bells. See Leland, 
John Clark. 

BREAK the bough. See Anthony, Joseph. 

BREAKFAST in Story land with Aunt 
Dolly. See Hirsch, Ella Dolly. 



BRECHER, IRVING. 
Riley. 



See The life of 



BREEN, DANIEL GORDON. 
Unto the end, a drama in three acts. 
© Daniel Gordon Breen, Cheshire, 
Conn.; lc 16Apr47; D unp. 8779. 

BRENNAN, ROSALIA. 
Half a house, dramatic radio script. 
© Rosalia Brennan, Pittsburgh; lc 
26Feb47; D unp. 7799. 

BRENNER, RAYMOND PAUL. 
Paradise alley. A play in two acts. 
© Raymond Paul Brenner, New York; 
lc 24Jun47; D unp. 9650. 

BRENNER, VLADIMIR. 
Romeo only, comedy in three acts, by 
V. Ignatov [pseud.] ( Vladimir 
Brenner, pseud. V. Ignatov, Freder- 
icksburg, Va.; lc 14Apr47; D unp. 
8699. 

BRER Rabbit and the little girl. See 



See Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 

BREWER, BARBARA. 
Whee madame. See De Perhach, 
Sylvia. 

BREWER, HELEN JAMES. 
Confound their politics. See Walpole 
Helen. 



THE BRIDE. 

Sturgiss. 



See Clift, Lillian 



BRIDES, IVORY. 
The frozen heart, a play for women 
in one act. London, Deane; Boston; 
Baker international play bureau 
[1947] 18 p. 19cm. (Deane's 
series of plays) € Ivory Brides, 
Boveney, Windsor, Eng.; 18Apr47- 
D pub. 10373. 

BRIDGMAN, PERCY W. 
Effects of high pressure. (New York 
Philharmonic-symphony, inter- 
mission feature, Jan. 12, 1947) 
Radio script. © United States 
rubber co., New York; lc 26jan47- 
C 1119. 

BRIEF candle. See Berman, Harold 
Lewis. 

LE BRIGADIER Poiluche. See Dewit, 
Henry. 

BRIGADOON. See Lerner, Alan Jay. 

BRIGHT is the land. See Gross, 
Franklin Seymour. 

THE BRIGHT shield. See Dr. Chris- 
tian, no. 443. 

BRILL, FERN WHARTON. See Brill 
(Glenn) advertising agency. 

BRILL (GLENN) ADVERTISING AGENCY. 
Chuck wagon time on the Circle AG. 
Radio program by Glenn M. Brill and 
Fern Wharton Brill. © The Glenn 
Brill advertising agency, Denver; lc 
each 4Apr47. 
Mar. 7, 1947. D unp. 8469. 
Apr. 1947. D unp. 8470. 
Roundup time at the circle AG. Radio 
script. © Glenn Brill advertising 
agency, Denver; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 
8990. 

BRILL, GLENN M. See Brill (Glenn) 

advertising agency. 

BRINGING up Butch. See Duke, Alvah C. 

BRINK, ROSCOE. 

A time is to come, a new play in two 
parts and seven scenes, by Roscoe 
Brink and Leon Michel; from a sug- 
gestion by Laura H. Parker. © 
Roscoe Brink, Brooklyn, and Leon 
Michel, New York; lc 8Mar47; 
D unp. 8281. 

A time is to come, a new play in 
two parts and seven scenes, by 
Roscoe Brink and Leon Michel; 
from a suggestion by Laura H. 
Parker. Revised version. © Ros- 
coe Brink, Brooklyn, and Leon 
Michel, New York; lc 21Apr47- 
D uno. 8854. 



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BRISKIN, ARTHUR V. 
Laura's secret. A radio script. © 
Arthur V. Briskin, Chicago; lc 
20Feb47; D unp. 7682. 

BRITT Reid tells a story. See The 
Green Hornet, no. 795. 

BRIVE, PIERRE, pseud. See Balden- 
sperger, Pierre. 



BROADCASTERS SERVICE BUREAU. 
See Jones, Ernest T. 

BROADHURST, GEORGE. 
Phone the women. Play in one act. 
© George Broadhurst, Santa Barbara, 
Calif.; lc HMar47; D unp. 8002. 



BROADHURST, IVA. 
The double-headed dragon, done in the 

old Chinese way. A play in two parts. 

© Iva Broadhurst, New York; lc 

12Jun47; D unp. 10375. 
A little angel refuses to sing, a short 

play. The idea of the little angel and 

his refusal is taken from Rev. J. 

Chapman Bradley's story, The little 

angel who refused to sing. 12 leaves. 

© Iva Broadhurst, New York; lc 

2Jan47; D unp. 6947. 



BROCKWAY, WALLACE. 
The lady pirates. See Winer, Bart 
Keith. 

BRODK3N, HERBERT H. 
Roman holiday. See Wilmurt, Arthur. 



BRODY, STUART. 
The lady pirates. 
Keith. 



See Winer, Bart 



THE BROKEN mirror. See Weiner, 
Ira Leslie. 

THE BROKEN pattern. See Sherman, 
Frances S. 



THE BROKEN Sabbath of Rabbi Asher. 
See The eternal light, no. 104. 



BROOKE, TELFAIR. 

William the Norman, a play in three 
acts. © Telfair Brooke, jr., Chatta- 
nooga; lc 21May47; D unp. 9326. 



BROOKS, ALTHEA. 
Once on a time, an operetta in three 
acts. © Althea Brooks, Glendale, 
Calif.; lc lApr47; D unp. 1178. 



THE BROOMSTICK saga. See Kerrick, 
Robert. 



BROTHER. See Kelm, Karlton. 

THE BROTHERHOOD of rats. See 
Handy (Jam) organization. 

BROTHERS of earth. See Hucks, Wil- 
liam Richard. 



BROTHERS under the skin. See 
Lloyd, Gertrude. 



BROUGHTON, W. FRED. 

The Lyons' den, a comedy in three 
acts. Acts one and two only. © 
W. Fred Broughton, New London, 
Conn.; lc 5Jan47; D unp. 6818. 

The Lyons' den, an original comedy 
in three acts. Act three only. © 
W. Fred Broughton, New London, 
Conn.; lc 10Jan47; D unp. 10082. 

BROWN, ALBERT M. 
When women meet, a comedy in one 
act about women. Boston, Baker's 
plays; fete, 1947] 14 p. 18cm. 
(Baker s plays for amateurs) © 
Walter H. Baker co.; 22Jan47; D 
pub. 7221. 

BROWN, CLAIRE ELIN. 
Jealousy. A play in three scenes. © 
Claire Elin Brown, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 29Apr47; D unp. 9000. 



BROWN, DAVE. 

Ann Ryan sings. Audition script. 
May 5, 1947. © Crosley broadcast- 
ing Corp., Cincinnati; lc 6May47; 
C 1400. 

A boy, a girl and a song. An audition 
radio script. © Crosley broadcast- 
ing Corp., Cincinnati; lc HFeb47; 
C 1205. 

Builders of destiny. Radio script, 
April 13, 1947. © Crosley broad- 
casting Corp., Cincinnati; lc 
HApr47; D unp. 8689. 

Country club revue. Script no. 1, 
June 15, 1947. © Crosley broadcast- 
ing Corp., Cincinnati; lc 18Jun47; 
C 1495. 

The Sylvia show. Radio script no. 1. 
© Crosley broadcasting Corp., Cin- 
cinnati; lc 19Apr47; C 1367. 



BROWN, FAYETTE BOWEN- 
Bowen -Brown, Fayette. 



See 



BROWN, HENRY C. 
Campus showcase, radio script. © 
Henry C. Brown, New York; lc 
23jan47; D unp. 7084. 



BROWN, KATHRYN MARY. 
We may argue, by Kay Brown and 
Jack Kane. A play in three acts. © 
Kathryn Mary Brown and John 
Thomas Kane, Newtonville, Mass.; 
lc ljun47; D unp. 10021. 



BROWN, MICHAEL MARTIN. 
The Indian sign. See Case, William 
Richard. 

BROWN, REUBEN HENRY. 
Let's find out. Radio script no. 1. © 
Reuben Henry Brown, Washington; 
lc 13Mar47; C 1241. 

Let's find out. Radio script no. 2. © 
Reuben Henry Brown, Washington; 
lc 19Mar47; C 1258. 



BRUCE, KEN, pseud. See Waughop, 
Kenneth Richard. 

BRUCE Bradford show. See Hull, 
James Milfred. 



BRUCKLACHER, JOANNE. 
Fickle Fran. A play in three scenes. 
© JoAnne Brucklacher, New Cumber- 
land, Pa.; lc 10Apr47; D unp. 8651. 

BRUS, DOROTHY. 

The enchanted patio. A play in one 
act. © Dorothy Brus, Allentown, 
Pa.; lc 18Mar47; D unp. 8137. 



BRYANT, GEOFFREY. 
Somewhere in the West. See Green, 
Robert Arch. 

BRYANT, PATRICIA, pseud. See 
Rowley, Patricia K. 



BUBLICK, DAVID. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

BUBLICK, JUDITH. See Exploring 
the unknown. 



BUCKENHAM, J. E. BURNETT. 
Masonic music in colonial America 
during the eighteenth century. An 
address. © J. E. Burnett Bucken- 
ham, Philadelphia; lc 14Feb47; 
C 1177. 



BUCKLER, EDNA E. 
The fifth freedom. A play in three 
acts. © Edna Buckler (Herblin- 
Wilson) Jackson Heights, N. Y.; 
lc 20May47; D unp. 10039. 

BUCKMASTER, HENRIETTA. 
Frighted peace, a play in three acts 
by Henrietta Buckmaster and Peter 
John Stephens. © Peter John 
Stephens and Henrietta Buckmaster, 
New York; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 8521. 

BUERMANN, HOWARD RUDOLPH. 

Full house, queen's wild; a romantic 
comedy. Radio script. © Howard 
Rudolph Buermann, Kirkwood, Mo.; 
lc 14Jun47; D unp. 9594. 

Mini-market, a radio series. © How- 
ard Rudolph Buermann, Kirkwood, 
Mo.; lc 21Muy47; D unp. 9452. 

Sparkle, the reluctant raindrop; a 
Charlie Chuckle playlet for children. 
Recording script. © Howard Ru- 
dolph Buermann, Kirkwood, Mo.; lc 
23Apr47; D unp. 8880. 

BUFFALO Bill. See Minton, Robert 
William. 

BUG-A-BOO. See Ernst, Jessie. 

BUGBEE (Willis N.) COMPANY. 
Auntie goes to college. See Stone, 
James Floyd. 

BUILD we here a mission. See Sand- 
oval, John S. 

BUILDER of the Soo. See Peters, Paul. 



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THE BUILDERS. See Hawse, Alberta. 

BUILDERS of destiny. See Brown, 
Dave. 

THE BULLY. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2234-1459. 

BUMPO, the ballerina. See Arluck, 
Elliot. 

BUNNELL, ELLSWORTH HENRY. 
Themesong, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Text only. © Ellsworth 
Harry Bunnell, North Stratford, N. H.; 
lc 4Feb47; D unp. 7417. 

BUNNY and David show party. See 
Kerman, Bunny. 

BUNYAN, JOHN. 
Pilgrim's progress. See Taylor, 
Jabez. 

BURFORD, NORMAN LAVERN. 
Headline enigma. A radio program. 
© Norman Lavern Burford, Chicago; 
lc 10Jan47; C 1122. 

BURGESS, F. ANDRfi. 
The guests wouldn't say goodbye, a play 
in three acts. © F. Andre Burgess, 
Sacramento, Calif.; lc 14May47; 
D unp. 9280. 

BURGESS, WARREN W. See 
Deadline mystery. 
Deadline mystery adventures. 

BURKE, JAMES CHRISTOPHER. 
The Hollywood mixer, a television 
script. © James Christopher Burke, 
New York; lc 23Jan47; D unp. 7155. 

BURKE, JOHN DONALD. 
Welcome, neighbor! A new half-hour 
radio play. © John Donald Burke, 
Brooklyn; lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10048. 

BURKETT, BRICE B. 
The Howard method. © Brice B. 
Burkett, Los Angeles; lc 31Mar47; 
C 1305. 

BURNS, GEORGE. 

French long underwear maker; parts 
I and II. A dramatic composition by 
George Burns, Gracie Allen, Paul 
Henning and Keith Fowler. cl947. 
[6] p. 21cm. © George Burns and 
Gracie Allen, Hollywood; 24May47; 
D pub. 10195. 

Gracie discovers a movie star, a 
dramatic composition by George 
Burns, Gracie Allen, Paul Henning 
and Keith Fowler. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. 
© George Burns and Gracie Allen, 
Hollywood; 24May47; D pub. 10193. 

Sugar Throat sings again, a dramatic 
composition by George Burns, Gracie 
Allen, Paul Henning and Keith Fowler. 
cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © George Burns 
and Gracie Allen, Hollywood; 24May47; 
D pub. 10222. 

What every old husband should know; 
parts I and II. A dramatic composi- 
tion by George Burns, Gracie Allen, 
Paul Henning and Keith Fowler. 
cl947. [6] p. 21cm. © George 
Burns and Gracie Allen, Hollywood; 



24May47; D pub. 10221. 
What every young bride should know; 
parts 1 and 2. A dramatic compo- 
sition by George Burns, Gracie 
Allen, Paul Henning and Keith Fow- 
ler. c 1947. [63 p. J 21cm. © 
George Burns and Gracie Allen, 
Hollywood; 24May47; D pub. 10211. 

BURNS, ROBERT. 
The cotter's Saturday night. See 
Kiskaddon, J. Fulton. 

BURNSIDE, NORMAN. 
Volcano, a play in three acts. © 
Norman Burnside, New York; lc 
8Dec46; D unp. 6764. 

BURRELL, PERCY JEWETT. 
Pillars of power, the Cambridge 
centennial pageant in celebration of 
the 100th anniversary of the incor- 
poration of the city of Cambridge, 
Massachusetts. 53 leaves. © Percy 
Jewett Burrell, Watertown, Mass.; 
lc 7Feb47; D unp. 7431. 

THE BURSTING grave at the bottom 
of Hell. See Mabry, Irene B. 

BURT, FRANK. 
Time and again, a love story in words 
and music; book and lyrics by Frank 
Burt and Robert Libott. A play in 
two acts. Text only. © Frank Burt 
and Robert Libott, Hollywood; lc 
4May47; D unp. 9091. 

BUS trip. See Foojie and the magic 
harp. 

BUSBEY, RALPH C. 
The spirit of Rotary, a pageant. © 
Ralph C. Busbey, Akron, O.; 
14May47; D unp. 9281. 

BUSFIELD, ROGER M. 
The white lawn, a play in one act. 
Franklin, O., Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc.; [etc.] cl946. 21 p. 
19cm. (Eldridge popular one act 
plays) © Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc.; 15May46; D pub. 7199. 

BUSH, A. M. 
Anything can happen, a comedy in 
three acts. ©A.M. Bush, Brooklyn; 
lc 16Jan47; D unp. 6913. 

BUSHNELL, ADELYN. 
Eight radio plays, for classroom use 
and amateur broadcast; by Adelyn 
Bushnell and Marshall Bradford. 
New York, French; [etc., 1947] 
135 p. 19cm. CONTENTS.— Oper- 
ation Oglethorpe.— Dear diary.— 
Success story.— The dress and the 
woman. — The power of the press. — 
Merry go round.— One night a week.— 
Just like a woman. <&) Samuel French, 
New York; 17Jan47; D pub. 8319. 

BUSS, CARL ALFRED. 
The lamp, a play in three acts. © 
Carl Alfred Buss, New York; lc 
26Apr47; D unp. 8974. 



THE BUTTERFIELD stage. See 
Lone Ranger, no. 2183-1408: — 



The 



BUTTON button who's got the button. 
See Waters, James F. Finders 
Keepers. 

BUY roads to romance. See McQuillin, 
Edna Josephine. 



BY her own petard, alas. See Heaney, 
Paul Gerard. 

BY my spirit. See The eternal light, 
no. 118. 

BY the side of the sea. See Taubes, 

Frank. 

BY these lights we walk. See Cohen, 
Mortimer J. 

BYRNE, JOHN J. 
Mr. Bitzel, the world's greatest 

acrobat. A radio script. © John J. 
Byrne, New York; lc 6Mar47; D unp. 

9358. 



C. J. Albrecht story. See The ad- 
venturers' club, May 24, 1947. 

THE CABALIST of Dorrance. See 
Dunn, Maurice Tei. 

CABELL, ADELBERT T. 
Yarns and tall tales, a new radio 
programme, script no. 1, by Del 
Cabell. © Adelbert T. Cabell, 
Denver; lc 17Mar47; D unp. 8126. 

CACKLER, ARLINE FAE. 
The one great hope, a religious drama 
in three acts. © Arline Fae Cackler, 
Des Moines; lc 20Jun47; D unp. 10384. 

CADY, WATSON. 
Dividend from heaven, a comedy in 
three acts by Watson Cady and 
Adelaide Gleckler. © Watson Cady 
and Adelaide Gleckler, New York; 
lc 31Dec46; D unp. 6753. 

CAESAR, SID. 
Cyrano. See Liebman, Max. 

CAESAR was ambitious. See Fraser, 
Paula. 

CAFE Domino. See Segal, Zelick. 

CAFETERIA society. See Brandfon, 
A. George. 

CAHN, J. P. 
It's a deal. See Muheim, Harry Miles. 

CAIDON, MIKE, pseud. See Spigel, 
Mike. 

CAILLER, PIERRE. 
La Sainte Famille. See Roussin, 
Andre. 

CAILLOL, PIERRETTE. 
Une mort sans importance. See 
Noetinger, Jean. 

CAIN, MARY ELLEN BOWMAN. 
A spirit-rose, lyric drama by Molly 
B. Cain [pseud.] In four acts. © 
Mary Ellen Bowman Cain (Mrs. D.J.) 
Sumter, S. C; lc 31May47; D unp. 
9500. 

CAJUN charm. See Leger, Zoe E. 

CALDER6N DE LA BARCA, PEDRO, 
1600-1681. 



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The Mayor, adapted by Cecil Madden 
from Pedro Calderon de la Barca's 
El alcalde de Zalamea. Play in three 
acts. © Cecil Charles Madden, Lon- 
don; lc 5May47; D unp. 9111. 

CALDWELL, TAYLOR, pseud. See 
Reback, Janet. 

CALIFORNIA fiesta. See Smalley, 
Robert. 

CALIFORNIA mission. See Wright, 
Gilbert. 

A CALL for Colonel Miles. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2228-1453. 

CALL THE POLICE. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Peter 
Barry. © Lever brothers co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

1. June 3, 1947. The case of a lad" 
with a past. © lc 9Jun47; D unp. 
10245. 

2. June 10, 1947. The case of the 
voice from nowhere. © lc 17Jun47; 
D unp. 10368. 

CALLING all dealers. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

CALLING ALL GIRLS CLUB. 
Easter show, 1947. Radio script by 
L. Kermit Lyons. © Calling all girls, 
inc., New York; lc 8Jun4 ; D unp. 
10179. 

CALLING ALL GIRLS CLUB. (Radio 

program) 

Scripts in this series are by L. Ker- 
mit Lyons. © Calling all girls, inc., 
New York. 

148-155. © lc each 25Feb47; D unp. 
7754-7761. 

156-171. © lc each 8Jun47; D unp. 
10163-10178. 

CALLING ALL GIRLS, INC. See 
Calling all girls club. 

CALLING all instruments. See Mar- 
kunis, Bernice Lesly. 

THE CALLIOPE plays. See Fletcher, 
Vida Lorraine. Lonesome levee. 

CALMANN-LEVY. 
Doris. See Thiebaut, Marcel. 

CALMON, PIERRE. 
Sarpedon. Se£ Melon, Pierre. 

THE CAMBRIDGE centennial pageant. 
See Burrell, Percy Jewett. Pillars 
of power. 

CAMELS have three humps. See 
Hedrick, Lacy Dewey. 

THE CAMERA hour. See Stowers, 
Nathaniel. 

CAMERA obscure. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 806. 

CAMERON, LESLIE GEORGIANA. 
Abigail VI, a play in prologue and 
three acts. © Leslie Georgiana 



Cameron, Ann Arbor, Mich.; lc 
29Jan47; D unp. 7298. 

CAMPAGNOLY, TRINA MERCEDES. 

You shall know the truth; drama in 

three acts. © Trina Mercedes 

Campagnoly, Long Island City, 

N. Y.; lc 8May47; D unp. 9127. 

CAMPBELL, GERALD M. 
Column recap. A radio program. © 
Gerald M. Campbell, Chicago; lc 
10Jan47; C 1056. 

CAMPBELL, GYDA HALLUM. 
The saga of Spring Grove, a pageant 
in three acts and epilogue. © Gyda 
HaUum Campbell, Oklahoma City; 
lc 24Jan47; D unp. 7781. 

CAMPBELL, HELEN COLENE. 
Of stuff that clover is. A play in three 
acts. © Helen Colene Campbell, 
Cape Girardeau, Mo.; lc 14Mar47; 
D unp. 8081. 

CAMPBELL, ISABELLE B. 
Down in Chicago. Monologue. © 
Isabelle B. Campbell, Oak Park, 
111.; lc 24Apr47; C 1430. 

THE CAMPBELL ROOM. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Anna 
Sosenko. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 

Dec. 22, 1946. © lc 26Dec46; D unp. 

6745. 
Dec. 29, 1946. © lc 2Jan47; D unp. 

6772. 
Jan. 5, 1947. © lc 9Jan47; D unp. 

6853. 
Jan. 12, 1947. © lc 17Jan47; D unp. 

6984. 
Jan. 19, 1947. © lc 23Jan47; D unp. 

7071. 
Jan. 26, 1947. © lc 30Jan47; D unp. 

7355. 
Feb. 2, 1947. © lc 7Feb47; D unp. 

7489. 
Feb. 9, 1947. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 

7589. 
Feb 16, 1947. © lc 20Feb47; D unp. 

7673. 
Feb. 23, 1947. © lc 27Feb47; D unp. 

7801. 
Mar. 2, 1947. © lc 6Mar47; D unp. 

7947. 
Mar. 9, 1947. © lc 13Mar47; D unp. 

8082. 
Mar. 16, 1947. © lc 20Mar47; D unp. 

8212. 
Mar. 23, 1947. © lc 26Mar47; D unp. 

8306. 
Mar. 30, 1947. © lc 4Apr47; D unp. 

8468. 

CAMPUS showcase. See Brown, Henry C. 

CAN love overcome all? See Allison, 
Margaret Ann. 

CAN you guesS--who. See Schmertz, 
Charles Baye. 

CANADIAN ace beer. See Meyerhoff 
(Arthur) and company. 

CANDEE, MARJORIE DENT. 
Penny for your thoughts, a play by 
'Marjorie Dent Candee and Christal 



Ingar Thoresen. In three acts. © 
lc 24Mar47; Marjorie Candee and 
Christal Thoresen, New York; D unp. 
8502. 

A CANDLE in the darkness. See Tilgh- 
man, Josephine Gertrude. 

THE CANDY -COATED murder. See 
The Sheriff, no. 121. 

CANE Creek strategy. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2199-1424. 

CANFIELD, DOROTHY. See Fisher, 
Dorothea Frances (Canfield) 

CANNEL, ROBERT, pseud. See Cowl, 
Jane. 

CANTERBURY club pilgrimage. See 
Gallagher, Daniel J. 

CANTOR, EDDIE. 

Carter flunks his physical, parts I 
and II. A dramatic composition by- 
Eddie Cantor and Manning Ostroff . 
cl947. [7] p. 21cm. © Eddie Can- 
tor, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
part 1, D pub. 10200; part 2, D pub. 
10199. 

Cantor kills vaudeviUe. A dramatic 
composition by Eddie Cantor and 
Manning Ostroff. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. 
© Eddie Cantor, Beverly HiUs, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 10202. 

Eddie Cantor's fool days. A dramatic 
composition by Eddie Cantor and 
Manning Ostroff. cl947. [4] p. 
21cm. © Eddie Cantor, Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 10201. 

Eddie Cantor's school days. A dra- 
matic composition by Eddie Cantor 
and Manning Ostroff. cl947. [4] p. 
21cm. © Eddie Cantor, Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 10203. 

The girls in Cantor's life. A dramatic 
composition by Eddie Cantor and 
Manning Ostroff. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. 
© Eddie Cantor, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 10198. 

HaU of records, a dramatic composition 
by Eddie Cantor and Manning Ostroff. 
C1947. [4] p. 21cm. © Eddie Cantor, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 
10225. 

How old is Cantor? A dramatic com- 
position by Eddie Cantor and Manning 
Ostroff. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © Eddie 
Cantor, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10224. 

The life and times of Eddie Cantor, a 
dramatic composition by Eddie Cantor 
and Manning Ostroff. cl947. [24] p. 
21cm. © Eddie Cantor, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 10223. 

CANTOR flunks his physical. See Cantor, 
Eddie. 

CANTOR kills vaudeville. See Cantor, 
Eddie. 

A CAP for Annie. See Beard, Anne Hynes. 

CAPELLE, OLIVER B. 
Jean and Memphis Willie, an original 
radio script. © Oliver B. Capelle, 
Elkhart, Ind.; lc 17Mar47; D unp. 
8619. 



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Jean and Memphis Willie. Episode 16, 

Rescue at the mill. A radio script. 

© Oliver B. Capelle, Elkhart, Ind.; 

lc 27May47; D unp. 9399. 
The rise of Cindy Moran, episode one. 

Audition recording. <t> Oliver B. 

Capelle, Elkhart, Ind.; lc 23Apr47; 

D unp. 8886. 

CAPITANO, CHARLES. 
And then the end came, a play in three 
acts. © Charles Capitano, New York; 
lc 14Jun47; D unp. 10333. 

CAPT. Hamlet. See Szenes, Piroska. 

THE CAPTAIN leaves Laguna. See 
McGratty, Arthur R. 

CAPTIVE princess. See Foojie and 
the magic harp. 

CARAVAN. See Smith, Howard R. 

CAREER girl. See The Sheriff, no. 115. 

CAREFREE. See 
MacNamara, G. S., pseud. 
O'Brien, Brian, pseud. 
Ritts, Paul. 

CARHARTT, JAMES M. 
Moll Flanders, a lyric comedy in two 
acts freely adapted from the novel 
by Daniel Defoe. Book and lyrics by 
James M. Carhartt. © James Car- 
hartt, New York; lc 15Jan47; D unp. 
7078. 

CARL, DONALD. 
That's my wife, a farce comedy in 
three acts. © A-B-C productions, 
San Diego, Calif.; lc 20Feb47; D unp. 
7670. 

CARLAND, HELEN. 

Have you read it? Script 1, Aladdin. 
© Helen Carland (Helen Holgate, Helen 
Leighton, Eloise Carpenter and Edna 
Durland), Aberdeen, S. D.; lc 20May47; 
D unp. 9373. 

Have you read it? Script two. The stars 
came down. © Helen Carland (Helen 
Holgate, Helen Leighton, Eloise Car- 
penter and Edna Durland), Aberdeen, 
S. D.; lc 20May47; D unp. 10254. 

CARLAY, ROBERT, pseud. See Schim- 
mel, Robert. 

CARLBERG, ERIKA. 
Der kinder -feldzug, eine kombdie in 10 
bildern. © Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., 
Basel, Switzerland; lc 13May46; D unp. 
7440. 

CARLETON, LINME BENOIT. 
The inspector general. A musical 
comedy in five acts. Text only. © 
Linnie Benoit Carleton, Chappaqua, 
N. Y.; lc 28May47; D unp. 9580. 

CARLISLE, HELEN GRACE. 
The handy man, a play. In two acts. © 
Helen Grace Carlisle, New York; lc 
18Jun47; D unp. 10361. 

CARLOTTA. See White, Sammy. 

CARLSON, RICHARD. 
The skull beneath the skin, a play. 



In three acts. © Richard Carlson, 
New York; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 8583. 

CARPENTER, ELOISE. See Carland, 
Helen. 



THE CARPENTER. 
Clarke. 



See Wilson, Dorothy 



CARRINGTON, ULRICH S. 
Judith, a play in three acts. Based on 
the drama by Friedrich Ilebbel. © 
Ulrich S. Carrington, Burbank, 
Calif.; lc 4May47; D unp. 9080. 

CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. 

Death closes all [A play in one act] 
London, French ltd. [1947] 23 p. 
diagr. 19cm. (French's plays for 
juvenile performers) © Paul Vincent 
Carroll, London; 19Feb47; D pub. 
9542. 

His excellency, the governor [A play 
in one actj London, French ltd. 
[1947J 23 p. diagr. 19cm. (French's 
plays for juvenile performers) © 
Paul Vincent Carroll, London; 
10Jan47; D pub. 9536. 

The king who could not laugh, a [one- 
act j play for children of all ages. 
Music by Guy Robertson. London, 
French ltd. [1947] 27 [1] p. diagr. 
19cm. (French's plays for juvenile 
performers) © Paul Vincent Car- 
roll, London; 10Jan47; D pub. 9537. 

St. Francis and the wolf [a play in 
one act] London, French ltd. [1947] 
20 p. diagr. 19cm. (French's 
plays for juvenile performers) © 
Paul Vincent Carroll, London; 
10Apr47; D pub. 9541. 

CARTER, BURNHAM. 
King David. A play in three acts. © 
Burnham Carter, Windsor, Vt.; lc 
12Feb47; D unp. 7806. 

CARTER, MANNY. 
It's always three o'clock. See Good- 
man, Abby. 

CARTER, RANDOLPH. 
Edgar Allan Poe. See O'Shaughnessy, 
Michael. 



CARTWRIGHT, CARMEL POWER- 
Power-Cartwright, Carmel. 



See 



CARY, FALKLAND L. 
Crystal clear, a broad comedy [in 
three acts] by Falkland L. Cary and 
Philip King. Leicester [Eng.] Thorn- 
ley, printers [1946] 69 p. diagr. 
22cm. © Falkland L. Cary, Fleet, 
Hants, Eng., and Philip King, Smeth- 
wick, Staffs., Eng.; 31Dec46; D pub. 
9549. 
The telephone never rings, a comedy 
in one act, by Falkland L. Cary and 
Philip King. London, Fox [1946] 
32 p. 18cm. © Falkland L. Cary, 
Fleet, Hants, Eng.; 180ct46; D pub. 
8447. 

CASE, LEWIS. 
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln. A play in three 
acts. © Lewis Case, Brooklyn; lc 
15Apr47; D unp. 9029. 

CASE, WILLIAM RICHARD. 
The Indian sign, a musical comedy in 



two acts and 11 scenes. Book by 
William Richard Case, music and 
lyrics by Michael Martin Brown. 
© Michael Martin Brown and Wil- 
liam Richard Case, New York; lc 
4May47; D unp. 1196. 

CASE history of ... See Out of the dark. 

THE CASE of a lady with a past. See 
Call the police, no. 1. 

CASE of Big Boss Reynolds. See 
Treasury agent, nos. 2, 5. 

CASE of Cronin-Frizzell. See Gang 
busters, no. 474. 

CASE of Drew -Ogle vie. See Gang 
busters, no. 486. 

CASE of Everhart-Neely. See Gang 
busters, nos. 481, 482. 

CASE of Jack Robert Purdom. See 
Gang busters, nos. 488, 489. 

CASE of Joseph Paul Cretzer. See 
Gang busters, nos. 477-479. 

CASE of Lester Nelson. See Gang 
busters, no. 469. 

CASE of Neff -Howell. See Gang 
busters, no. 480. 

CASE of Noble-Cartwright. See 
Gang busters, no. 475. 

CASE of Phil Chadwick. See Gang 
busters, no. 471-473. 

CASE of Slim Usrey. See Gang 
busters, no. 490. 

CASE of Ted Murphy. See Gang 
busters, nos. 467, 470. 

CASE of the auto racket. See 
David Harding - counterspy, 
no. 232. 

THE CASE of the avenging dead. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Dec. 15, 19*6. 

CASE of the beautiful nurse. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan - 
detective, no. 47. 

CASE of the black limousine. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan - 
detective, no. 36. 

CASE of the blackmailed baritone. 
See David Harding - counterspy, 
no. 235. 

CASE of the broken hand. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan - 
detective, no. 32. 

CASE of the buried money. See 
David Harding - counterspy, no. 239. 

THE CASE of the careless car thieves. 
See Taubes, Frank. Officer Nick. 

THE CASE of the careless employees. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 



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Feb. 2, 1947. 

CASE of the carnival murder. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 53. 

CASE of the cat-thief. See Police- 
woman; Mary Sullivan — detective, no. 40. 

THE CASE of the chemical chickens. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Apr. 13, 1947. 

THE CASE of the colossal cave murders. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Feb. 16, 1947. 

THE CASE of the conquered city. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, June 8, 
1947. 

THE CASE of the coughing killer. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, June 1, 
1947. 

CASE of the counterfeit -murder ring. 
See Treasury agent, nos. 6, 7. 

CASE of the counterfeiter's sweetheart. 
See David Harding — counterspy, no. 
237. 

THE CASE of the crafty plan. See The 
Sheriff, no. 138. 

CASE of the criminal analyst. See 
David Harding— counterspy, no. 234. 

CASE of the crooked plastic surgeon. 
See David Harding— counterspy, 
no. 246. 

THE CASE of the crystal prophecy. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, Mar. 
23, 1947. 

CASE of the dance of death. See Police- 
woman: Mary Sullivan — detective, no. 
49. 

CASE of the dancing shoes. See Police- 
woman: Mary Sullivan — detective, no. 34. 

CASE of the dead blackmailer. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — detec- 
tive, no. 54. 

THE CASE of the dead man's letter. 
See The adventures of Frank Merri- 
well, no. 10. 

CASE of the deceitful husband. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan —de- 
tective, no. 48. 

THE CASE of the dirty cleanup. See 
Taubes, Frank. Officer Nick. 

CASE of the eccentric aunt. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan —de- 
tective, no. 31 . 

CASE of the fabulous Maxine Gang. 
See Treasury agent, no. 3. 

CASE of the faithless wife. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan —de- 
tective, no. 29. 

THE CASE of the farewell kiss. See 



Nick Carter, master detective, Jan. 
12, 1947. 

CASE of the flame -proofing racket. See 
David Harding — counterspy, no. 256. 

CASE of the Florida fishing boat. See 
David Harding — counterspy, no. 248. 

CASE of the four X's. See Gang busters, 
no. 476. 

THE CASE of the future murders. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, May 
25, 1947. 

CASE of the gambling engineer. See 
David Harding — counterspy, no. 240. 

THE CASE of the gold-headed cane. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Jan. 19, 1947. 

THE CASE of the great imitator. See 
The Sheriff, no. 134. 

CASE of the handsome scoundrel. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — de- 
tective, no. 37. 

CASE of the hate racket. See Treas- 
ury agent, no. 1. 

THE CASE of the heavenly body. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, Dec. 
29, 1946. 

CASE of the hijacked grocery trucks. 
See David Harding — counterspy, 
no. 238. 

THE CASE of the hit and run hideout. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
"Mar. 2, 1947. 

THE CASE of the imitation robbery. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Dec. 22, 1946. 

CASE of the international criminals. 
See Policewoman: Mary Sullivan - — 
detective, no. 51. 

CASE of the juvenile thieves. See 
David Harding — counterspy, no. 241. 

CASE of the kind hearted widow. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — de- 
tective, no. 33. 

THE CASE of the kindergarten killers. 
See Taubes, Frank. Officer Nick. 

THE CASE of the kindly killer. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, 
May 18, 1947. 

CASE of the lady in red. See Treasury 
agent, no. 4. 

CASE of the lonely wife. See Police- 
woman: Mary Sullivan — detective, 
no. 50. 

CASE of the loving contractor. See 
David Harding — counterspy, no. 243. 

THE CASE of the lucrative wrecks. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
"Apr. 20, 1947. 



THE CASE of the luminous spots. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, Apr. 
27, 1947. 

CASE of the lying sweetheart. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 38. 

CASE of the marital counselor. See 
David Harding— counterspy, no. 244. 

CASE of the master-mind gambler. 
See Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 41. 

CASE of the military highwayman. 
See David Harding— counterspy, 
no. 251. 

CASE of the million dollar robbery. 
See Gang busters, nos. 484, 485. 

CASE of the missing footprints. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 42. 

CASE of the missing guest. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 39. 

THE CASE of the missing thumb. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
May 4, 1947. 

CASE of the mutilated tires. See 
David Harding— counterspy, no. 247. 

CASE of the mysterious beggar. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan— de- 
tective, no. 45. 

CASE of the neurologist. See David 
Harding — counterspy, no. 236. 

CASE of the nine pound roast. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 46. 

CASE of the organized, embezzlers. 
See David Harding— counterspy, 
""no. 252. 

THE CASE of the persistent beggars. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
"Jan. 26, 1947. 

CASE of the phoney fight tickets. 
See David Harding— counterspy, 
no. 249. 

CASE of the phoney locket. See 
David Harding — counterspy, no. 255. 

CASE of the Russo gang. See Gang 
busters, no. 487. 

CASE of the salted gold. See David 
Harding— counterspy, no. 233. 

THE CASE of the sea-going wig. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, Mar. 
9, 1947. 

THE CASE of the self convicted crook. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Mar. 16, 1947. 

CASE of the shattered bottle. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 35. 



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CATALOG OF COI'Y KICIIT ENTKIKS 



THE CASE of the short distance phone 
call. See Sharpe, Pauline. 

THE CASE of the significant sneeze. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Feb. 9, 1947. 

THE CASE of the single edition. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, Feb 
23, 1947. 

CASE of the sleeping baby. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — de- 
tective, no. 52. 

THE CASE of the smuggled perfume. 
See Nick Carter, master detective, 
Mar. 30, 1947. 

CASE of the socialite fingerwoman. 
See David Harding — counterspy, 
no. 253. 

THE CASE of the stolen earth. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, May 
11, 1947. 

CASE of the stolen wrist watch. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — de- 
tective, no. 43. 

CASE of the -stowaway racket. See 
David Harding — counterspy, no. 250. 

CASE of the three friends (Brotherhood 
week). See David Harding — counter- 
spy, no. 242. 

CASE of the three numbers. See 
David Harding —counterspy, no. 254. 



THE CASE of the twin keys. 
Dr. Christian, no. 437. 



See 



CASE of the two red-heads. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — 
detective, no. 30. 

THE CASE of the unfamiliar fiancee. 
See Nick Carter, master detective;* 
Jan. 5, 1947. 

THE CASE of the universal kidnapping. 
See Bookstein, Hinda. 

CASE of the vanishing waitress. See 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan —de- 
tective, no. 44. 

CASE of the vending machine slugs. 
See David Harding — counterspy, 
no. 245. 

THE CASE of the voice from nowhere. 
See Call the police, no. 2. 

THE CASE of the wax fingers. See 
Nick Carter, master detective, Apr. 
6, 1947. 

THE CASE of Tom Marshall. See 
Dorrity, Edward G. 

CASE of William Eugene Slussler. 
See Gang busters, no. 466. 

CASE of Wilson-Schwartz. See Gang 
busters, no. 483. 

CASES for Bald Valley. Se£ The Lone 



Ranger, no. 2198-1423. 

CASH— COMBO. See Tregellas, 
Jack Leddy. 

EL CASO de la mujer asesinadita, source 
title. See Madden, Cecil Charles. 
Slightly murdered. 

CASPAR Hauser. See Fuchs, Murray 
Louis. 

CASSEL, IRWIN M. 
The queue of Ki Lu. See Springer, 
Thomas Grant. 

CASSEL, MANA-ZUCCA. 
The queue of Ki Lu. See Springer, 
Thomas Grant. 

CAST the first stone. See The greatest 
story ever told, no. 15. 

CASTEEL, ELLAMAE. 
Foojie and the magic harp. For scripts 
in this series See Foojie and the 
magic harp. 

CASTLEN, LURA G. 
The Ibsen club, a one act play. © Lura 
G. Castlen, Palmdale, Calif.; lc 
28Apr47; D unp. 8999. 

CASWELL, GEORGE A. 
Hooray, a holiday; a musical show. 
• Words by George A. Caswell, music 
by Esther C. Cook. In two acts. Text 
and music on separate leaves. © 
Esther C. Cook and George A. Caswell, 
Rochester, N. Y.; lc 19May47r D unp. 
1201. 

THE CAT and the killer. See The Shadow, 
no. 281. 

CATHCART, WILLIAM ELLIOT. 
The time has come, a new play in 
three acts and five scenes. © William 
Elliot Cathcart, Merion Station, Pa.; 
lc 27Jun47; D unp. 9657. 

CATHY. See Swathel, Jane Ethel. 

CAUBET, SUZANNE. 
Je suis comme je suis, a light comedy 
with songs. In three acts. Text only. 
© Suzanne Caubet, New York; lc 
10Apr47; new matter: revisions and 
new title; D unp. 8658. 

CAULFIELD, EDWARD. 
An innocent in time, a play in three 

acts. © Edward Caulfield, New York; 

lc 12Jun47; D unp. 10281. 
Waltz me around again, a comedy in 

three acts. © Edward Caulfield, 

New York; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 7855. 

CAULK, RUTH MARIE. 
Heartbeat. A play in four scenes. © 
Ruth Marie Caulk, Wilmington, Del.; 
lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8961. 

THE CAUSE and the effect. See Green- 
berger, Howard. 

THE CAUSE of cancer. See Roe, James. 

THE CAUSE of depressions. See Moise, 
Ridgely. Steady work, no. 4. 



THE CAUSE of heart troubles and 
heart failure. Sue Roe, J.imes. 

THE CAUSE of recovery. See Moise, 
Ridgely. Steady work, no. 5. 

THE CAUSE of tuberculosis. See 
Roe, James. 

CAUUET, GEORGES. 
Too many tootses. See Iven, George. 

CAVALCADE. See Coward, Noel. 

THE CAVALCADE OF AMERICA. 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and company, inc., Wilmington, Del. 

Oct. 28, 1946. Flying Tigers fly 

again, by Daisy Amoury. @ lc 

5Mar47; D unp. 7882. 
Nov. 18, 1946. The Pinkerton man, 

by RusseU S. Hughes. © lc 

5Mar47; D unp. 7883. 
Nov. 25, 1946. Parade, by PrisciUa 

Kent. © lc 5Mar47; D unp. 7884. 
Dec. 9, 1946. Wings to glory, by 

Walter Hank Richards. © lc 

5Mar47; D unp. 7885. 
Jan. 6, 1947. The woman on Lime 

Rock, by Ruth Woodman and Pris- 

cilla Kent. © lc 5Mar47; D unp 

7886. 
Jan. 13, 1947. The prairie burner, 

by Henry Walsh. © lc 5Mar47- 

D unp. 7887. 
Jan. 20, 1947. Builder of the Soo, by 

Paul Peters. © lc 5Mar47; D unp. 7888 
Jan. 27, 1947. A chance for Jimmy, by 

Erik Barnouw. © lc 5Mar47- D unp 

7889. 
Feb. 10, 1947. The voice of the wizard, 

by Erik Barnouw. © lc 16May47; 

D unp. 9293. 
Feb. 17, 1947. Man against the moun- 
tain, by Ruth Woodman. © lc 16May47- 

D unp. 9291. 
Feb. 24, 1947. Abigail opens the White 
House, by Priscilla Kent. © lc 

16May47; D unp. 9292. 
Mar. 3, 1947. Mr. Pullman's palace car, 
by Paul Peters. © lc 28May47; D unp ' 
9488. 
Mar. 10, 1947. The stirring blood, by 
Sigmund Miller and Halstead Welles. 
© lc 28May47; D unp. 9489. 
Mar 17, 1947. The man with green 
fingers, by Russell S. Hughes. © lc 
28May47; D unp. 9490. 
Mar. 24, 1947. The man who stepped 
aside, by Philo Higley. © lc 28May47- 
D unp. 9491. 

CAVANAUGH, JANE FRANCES. 
Katy, a comedy. In three acts. © Jane 

Frances Cavanaugh, New York; lc 

14Mar47; D unp. 8643. 
Katy. A play in three acts. © Jane 

Frances Cavanaugh, New York- lc 

9Mar47; D unp. 8009. 

CEALJS, MAX (EDITIONS) 
Tous les deux. See Dulud, Michel. 
Valerie. See Texereau, Elie. 
Vingt-cinq ans de bonheur. See Le- 
francq, Germaine. 

CEELEY, LEONARD. See Ceiley, Leonard. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CEILEY, LEONARD. 
Lion heart, a musical play in three acts 
based on Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de 
Bergerac. Play, lyrics and music by 
Leonard Ceeley. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Leonard Ceiley, 
New York; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 1188. 

CEILING unlimited. See 
Gellendre, Herbert Victor. 
HANDY (Jam) Organization. 
Schlaak, Ottmer Franklin. 

CEILING zero. See The march of science. 

CELEBRITY SERVICE, INC. 
Celebrity service of the air. See 
Blackwell, Earl. 

CELEBRITY service of the air. See 
Blackwell, Earl. 

CENEDELLA, ROBERT. 
Doctor Mike. See Reader's digest- 
radio edition, no. 61. 
The man who conquered Devil's Island. 
See Reader's digest— radio edition, 
no. 57. 
Many moons. See Reader's digest- 
radio edition, no. 65. 

THE CENSUS taker in Mulberry street. 
See Blake, Robert. 

CENTURY METALCRAFT CORPORA- 
TION. 

Erasing the question mark. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 

CERRONE, JEAN B. 
Dream stuff; or, Hero for an hour. A 
ballet in four scenes. © Jean B. Cer- 
rone, New York; lc 12Nov46; D unp. 
6952. 

CHAIN, HU. 
The family doctor. (The constant invader, 
second series, no. 1) Radio play. © 
National tuberculosis association, New 
York; lc 23Mar47; D unp. 8242. 

CHAIN of gold. See LeMarquand, Dal- 
bert, Maxwell. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON. (Radio 

program) 

Scripts in this series are by Trendle- 
Merrill unless otherwise indicated. © 
ChaUenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 

462. Dec. 19, 1946. Christmas pres- 
ent. © lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6726. 

463. Dec. 26, 1946. The man who 
limped. © lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6727. 

464. Jan. 2, 1947. The false beard. © 
lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6728. 

465. Jan. 9, 1947. Zeb. © lc 8Jan47; 
D unp. 6830. 

466. Jan. 16, 1947. The black dog. © 
lc 23Jan47; D unp. 7163. 

467. Jan. 23, 1947. A question of 
ethics. © lc 31Jan47; D unp. 7345. 

468. Jan. 30, 1947. The gold fang. 
© lc 31Jan47; D unp. 7346. 

469. Feb. 4, 1947. Pet bear. © lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 7505. 

470. Feb. 11, 1947. The substitu- 
tion. © lc 9Feb47; D unp. 7506. 

471. Feb. 20, 1947. The red parka. 
© lc 14Feb47; D unp. 7618. 



472. Feb. 27, 1947. The hermit of 
Nugget Hill. © lc 27Feb47; D unp. 
7791. 

473. Mar. 6, 1947. The coffin. © 
lc 27Feb47; D unp. 7790. 

474. Mar. 12, 1947. Sunshine stones. 
© lc 9Mar47; D unp. 8099. 

475. Mar. 19, 1947. The birthday 
present. © lc 14Mar47; D unp. 
8339. 

476. Mar. 26, 1947. The big stone 
house. © lc 20Mar47; D unp. 8369. 

477. Apr. 2, 1947. The dancing bear. 
© lc 29Mar47; D unp. 8441. 

478. Apr. 9, 1947. The story of Big 
John. © lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8919. 

479. Apr. 16, 1947. The torn sleeve. 
© lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8920. 

480. Apr. 23, 1947. The mad trapper, 
by Trendle-Belding. © lc 27Apr47; 
D unp. 9010. 

481. Apr. 30, 1947. The red setter. 
© lc 27Apr47; D unp. 9011. 

482. May 14, 1947. The usurpers. © 
lc 27Apr47; D unp. 9012. 

483. May 21, 1947. The maniac, by 
Trendle-Belding and Merrill. © lc 
15May47; D unp. 9267. 

484. May 28, 1947. Lost mitten. © 
lc 15Jun47; D unp. 10348. 

485. June 12, 1947. The wolf cub. © 
lc 15Jun47; D unp. 10349. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON, INC. See 
Challenge of the Yukon. 

CHAMPLAIN, ROBERT HALLOCK. 
It's an angle, a comedy in two acts. © 
Robert Hallock Champlain, New York; 
lc HApr47; D unp. 8674. 

THE CHANCE. See Aldridge, Nancy Mae. 

A CHANCE for Jimmy. See Barnouw, 
Erik. 

CHANDLER, JULIA YATES. 
The singing heart; script of first radio 
program for a new series. © Julia 
Yates Chandler, Hastings-on-Hudson, 
N. Y.; lc 27Jun47; D unp. 9664. 

CHANDLER, KAY. 
Atomic minstrels. A minstrel show 
in two parts. © Acme amateur 
theatricals, inc., Miami, Okl.; lc 
21Apr47; D unp. 8965. 

CHANDLER story. See The adventurers' 
club, Jan. 18, 1947. 

CHANGE of Hart. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2237-1462. 

CHANGE of heart. See Dalmas, Herbert. 

CHANGE of venue. See Yates, Herbert 
Leslie. 

CHANGED command. See Wefer, Marion. 

THE CHANT of Isis. See The adventures 
of Frank Merriwell, no. 22. 

CHAOMING, the bright and clever one. 
See Haynes, Lyla Waterbury. 

CHAPIN, MARGARET. 
Three miles out, a play in three acts, 
by Margaret Chapin and Jacques 



Jaccard. © Margaret Chapin and 
Jacques Jaccard, Hollywood; lc 
5May47; D unp. 9118. 

CHARADES by radio. See Bentel, 
Charles A. Charadio. 

CHARADIO. See Bentel, Charles A. 

CHARD, STANDISH. 
A cry in the night. Radio script. © 

Standish Chard, Red Bank, N. J.; 

lc 23jan47; D unp. 7093. 
The restless spirit. Phantasms 

radio serial programs. © Standish 

Chard, Red Bank, N. J.; lc 25Feb47; 

D unp. 7771. 
The storm. Radio script. © Standish 

Chard, Red Bank, N. J.; lc 23Jan47; 

D unp. 7092. 
The unknown caller. Phantasms radio 

serial programs. © Standish Chard, 

Red Bank, N. J.; lc 25Feb47; D unp. 

7772. 

CHARITY ball. See Birdsall, Elizabeth 
Montague . 

CHARMING Billy. See Nolte, Charles 
Miller. 

CHARTOCK, SAMUEL M. ' 
Score champ score, by S. M. Char- 
tock and Joel W. Harnett. Audition 
script. © Samuel M. Chartock and 
Joel W. Harnett, New York; lc 3jan47; 
D unp. 6785. 

CHARWAT, MARVIN J. 
Immobilized, a play in two acts. © 
Marvin J. Charwat, New York; lc 
9Mar47; D unp. 8037. 

CHASE, LLOYD FREMONT. 
You don't say. See Ward, Leo. 

THE CHASE AND SANBORN PROGRAM. 
(Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Edgar 

John Bergen. © Edgar John Bergen, 

Los Angeles. 

Dec. 8, 15, 22, 1946. © lc each 

6Jan47; D unp. 6819-6821. 
Dec. 29, 1946, Jan. 5, 12, 1947. © 

lc each 25Jan47; D unp. 7207-7209. 
Jan. 19, 1947. © lc 7Mar47; D unp. 

7985. 
Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 9, 1947. © lc each 

18Feb47; D unp. 7663-7665. 
Feb. 16, 23, Mar. 2, 9, 1947. © lc 

each 17Mar47; D unp. 8176-8179. 
Mar. 16, 23, 30, 1947. © lc each 

22Apr47; D unp. 8864-8866. 
Apr. 6, 13, 1947. © lc each22Apr47; 

D unp. 8867-8868. 
Apr. 20, 27, May 4, 1947. © lc each 

l3May47; D unp. 9253-9255. 
May 11, 18, 25, 1947. © lc each 

9Jun47; D unp. 10269-10271. 



THE CHATEAU outside Paris. See 
Cosentino, Nicholas. 

CHATTERBOX. See Madden, Cecil 
Charles. 

CHAUTAUQUA. See Gilmore, Iris 
Pavey. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHAUTAUQUA— a saga of America. 
See Gilmore, Iris Pavey. 

CHAUVIN, ANDRE. 
Demaquillage; pigce en quatre actes. 
6 Andr(? Chauvin, Saint-Cast, France; 
lc 3jun47; D unp. 10118. 

CHAVER Diamond. See Goldschlag, 
Eugene. Comrade Diamond. 

CHAVEFSKY, PADDY. See Chayef- 
sky, Sidney. 

CHAYEFSKY, SIDNEY. 
Oy wilderness, a play in three acts 
by Paddy Chayefsky. © Sidney 
Chayefsky, New York; lc 26Dec46; 
D unp. 6713. 
Susan Harrison Brooks. A musical 
comedy in five scenes by Paddy 
Chayefsky. Text only. © Sidney 
Chayefsky, New York; lc 28Jan47; 
D unp. 7846. 

CHEATHAM, MARY LOUISE KEMPE. 

Pony rides, two pins; a rhymed play- 
let for children, by Mary Louise 
Kempe. © Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la.; lSep46; 
D pub. 9567. 

The "suds your duds" laundry; 
rhymed playlet for two girls, by 
Mary Louise Kempe. © Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la.; 
lSep46; D pub. 9566. 

CHEKHOV, ANTON PAVLOVICH, 1860- 
1904. 

Work of art, by Anton Chekhov; radio 
adaptation by Mel Belanger. © 
Merlyn Kenneth Belanger, Oakland, 
Calif.; lc 28Apr47; D unp. 9002. 

CHELTENHAM, HERBERT TOLSON. 
Paul Cheval. A play in three acts; 
suggested by a' poem by H. Antoine 
D'Arcy. © Herbert Tolson, Chelten- 
ham, Washington; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 
8459. 

CHEMICAL heroes. See The march of 
science. 

CHERNOFF, VICTOR. 
The tin man, a farce. In three acts. © 
Victor Chernoff, New York; lc 14Mar47; 
D unp. 8741. 

CHESTNUT, WILLIAM AUSTIN. 
The birds began to cry, a three -act 
comedy. © William Austin Chestnut, 
San Jose, Calif.; lc 2May47; D unp. 
9058. 

CHETHAM-STRODE, WARREN. 
Young Mrs. Barrington, a new play in 
three acts. London, French ltd. [1947J 
86 p. 22cm. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French ltd., London; 19Feb47; 
D pub. 9548. 

CHEVROLET merchandising and training 
service. See Handy (Jam) organization. 

CHIARADIA, FREDA LOUISE. 

Suzie — her trials and tribulations. 
A play in three scenes. © Freda 
Louise Chiaradia, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 3Apr47; D uno. 8455. 



CHIARELLI, LU1GI. 
Essere, commedia in tre atti. (ij 
Luigi Chiarelli, Rome; lc 13Mar47- 
D unp. 9174. 

CHICAGO gal. See Millholland, Charles 
B. 

CHICK Grimsley story. See The ad- 
venturers' club, Apr. 5,~T947. 

CHICKENS come home to roost. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 799. 

THE CHIEF seat at the wedding. See 
The greatest story ever told, no. 20. 

A CHILD shall lead them. See Miller, 
Viola E . 

CHILDREN in Healthland. See Uchitel, 
Mary E. 

THE CHILDREN'S corner, no. 54. See 
Curtiss, Patricia. The embarrassed 
ghost. 

CHILDREN'S hour. See Horn and Hardart 
Children's hour. 

CHILDREN'S opry house. See Cott, Ted. 

CHILDREN'S THEATRE PRESS. 
The elves and the shoemaker. See 

Tully, Nora. 
Little Red Riding Hood. See Chorpen- 

"ing, Charlotte (Barrows). 
Rumpelstiltskin. See Chorpenning, 

Charlotte (Barrows). 

THE CHILDREN'S world. See Kandel, 
Judith. 

THE CHILD'S world speaks. See 
Connelly, Ellen Hester. 

THE CHIMNEY of King Rene. See 
Pomeroy, Ralph Joseph. 

CHINAMAN'S chance. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2211-1436. 

THE CHIVAREE. See Schmock, 
Millard M. 

CHLOPSKI, BARON, pseud. See 
Trybula, Frank. 

CHOOKOORIAN, GUY. 
The Guy Chookoorian show. Radio 
script. © Guy Chookoorian, Fresno, 
Calif.; lc 30May47; D unp. 9520. 

CHORPENNING, CHARLOTTE (BAR- 
ROWS) . 
The elves and the shoemaker. See 

Tully, Nora. 
Little Red Riding Hood; or, Grand- 
mother Slyboots. Anchorage, Ky., 
Children's theatre press, cl946. 
50 p. illus. 23cm. © Children's 
theatre press; 21Feb46; D pub. 7310. 
Rumpelstiltskin. Charleston, W. Va., 
Children's theatre press, cl944. 53 p. 
illus. 23cm. © Children's theatre 
press, 28Sep44; D pub. 7187. 

CHOVANEC, ALBERT PAUL. 
Baking with music. Audition script. © 
Albert Paul Chovanec, Chicago; lc 



5May47; C 1454. 

CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

Song of the Chattahooches. See 
Johnson, Nunnally. 

CHRISTIANITY Shiloh's empire. See 
Phinnessee, L. T. 

CHRISTIE, AGATHA (MILLER) 1891- 
Ten little Indians, a mystery play in 
three acts. New York, S. French- 
[etc.] cl946. 95 p. plate, diagr. 
19cm. © Agatha Christie, London 
13Dec46; D pub. 7326. New matter: 
revised acting edition. Prev. reg. 
21Aug44; D unp. 90148; Ten little 
niggers, 16Jul45; D pub. 800. 

THE CHRISTMAS ADVENTURES OF 
CLOUDCHASER, BETTY AND BOB 
(Radio program) 

Episodes in this series are by John 
Mynette Greene. © John M. Greene 
and associates, Milwaukee. 
1-22. © lc each 20Dec46; D unp 

7892-7913. 
23-24. © lc each 20Dec46- D unp 
7915-7916. 

25. © lc 20Dec46; D unp. 7914 

26. © lc 20Dec46; D unp. 7917. 

CHRISTMAS present. See Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 462. 



CHRISTMAS star. 
West. 



See Decker, Delia 



CHRISTOPHER Blake. See Hart, Moss. 

CHRONICLE. See 
Kaufman, S. Jay. Of human events. 
Segall, Harry. 

CHRONICLE of the dead. See The 
eternal light, no. 98. 

CHRONIQUES d'Averne. See Bertho- 
mieu, Marc. 

CHUCK wagon time on the Circle AG. 
See Brill (Glenn) advertising agency. 

CIABATTARI, MARY ANGELA. 
Picture on the wall, a play in three 

acts. © Mary Angela Ciabatteri, 

New York; lc 8Jun47; D unp. 9558. 
The rattle. Radio script. © Mary 

Angela Ciabattari, New York; lc 

26Jun47; D unp. 9660. 
While the world looks on. Radio Script. 

© Mary Angela Ciabattari, New York; 

lc 13Jun47; D unp. 9590. 

THE CINDERELLA kick. See O'Hanlon, 
James. Turn the tables on the fables. 

CINDY. See Gastone, Michael. 

CINQ pieces gaies. See Mouezy-Eon, 
Andre\ 

CIRACI, NORMA ELINOR. 
Not fit to print, a comedy in two acts, 
by Norma Ciraci and Mitchell Cohan. 
© Norma Elinor Ciraci and Mitchell 
Cohan, Shaker Heights, O.; lc 18Jun47; 
D unp. 9609. 



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THE CIRCLE. See Benault, Al. 

CIRCLE A G time. See Freiberger, 
Curt. ' 

CIRCUMSTANTIAL evidence. See 
The Sheriff, no. 142. 

CIRCUS in the sky. See Bilotti, 
Anton George. 

CIRKELEN. See Krog, Helge. Trek- 
lang. 

THE CISCO KID. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by James 
McCracken. © Frederic W. Ziv 
company, Cincinnati. 
135A. The forest fire and the Cisco 

Kid. © lc 3jan47; D unp. 6931. 
136A. Gold bars and the Cisco Kid. 

© lc 3Jan47; D unp. 6932. 
137A. The combination and the Cis- 
co Kid. © lc 3jan47; D unp. 6933. 
138A. A poison plate for the Cisco 

Kid. © lc 3Jan47; D unp. 6934. 
139A. The pearl necklace and the 

Cisco Kid. © lc 3Jan47; D unp. 

6935. 
140A. A duel for the Cisco Kid. © 

lc 3jan47; D unp. 6936. 
141A. The rustler's trick and the 

Cisco Kid. © lc 3Jan47; D unp. 

6937. 
142A. The will and the Cisco Kid. 

© lc 3jan47; D unp. 6938. 

143A. The enemy and the Cisco Kid. 

© lc 3jan47; D unp. 6939. 
144A. The wire and the Cisco Kid. 

© lc 3jan47; D unp. 6940. 
145A. The rancher's secret and the 

Cisco Kid. © lc 16Jan47; D unp. 

6896. 
146A. The pen and the Cisco Kid. © 

lc 16Jan47; D unp. 6897. 
147A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

wouldn't tell. © lc 16Jan47; D unp. 

6898. 
148A. The Cisco Kid and the bad man 

who was good. © lc 16Jan47; D unp. 

6899. 
149A. The Cisco Kid and the fighter's 

ruse. © lc 16Jan47; D unp. 6900. 
150A. The Cisco Kid and the prophet 

rock. © lc 16Jan47; D unp. 6901. 
151A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

knew too much. © lc 16Jan47; D unp. 

6902. 
152A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

laughed too soon. © lc 16Jan47; Dunp. 

6903. 
153A. The Cisco Kid and the cactus 

plant. © lc 16Jan47; D unp. 6904. 
154A. The Cisco Kid and the innocent 

miller. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 7626. 
155A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

missed a bet. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 

7627. 
156A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

made tracks. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 

7630. 
157A. The Cisco Kid and the man with 

the lightning draw. © lc 14Feb47; 

D unp. 7629. 
158A. The Cisco Kid and the chain 

gang. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 7628. 
159A. The Cisco Kid and the friend 

who cenuldn't fail. © lc 14Feb47; 

D unp. 7631. 



160A. The Cisco Kid and the high- 
way robber. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 
7634. 

161A. The Cisco Kid and the air- 
tight room. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 

7633. 
162A. The Cisco Kid and the man 

who lived too long. © lc 14Feb47; 

D unp. 7632. 
163A. The Cisco Kid and the stolen 

sheep. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 7635. 
164A. The Cisco Kid and the man 

who was tired of teaching. © lc 

10Mar47; D unp. 8062. 
166A. The Cisco Kid and the girl 

who walked away. © lc 14Feb47; 

D unp. 7636. 
166A. The Cisco Kid and the amaz- 
ing capture. © lc 10Mar47; D unp. 

8063. 
167A. The Cisco Kid and the yellow 

feathers. © lc 10Mar47; Dunp. 

8064. 
168A. The Cisco Kid and the den of 

thieves. © lc 10Mar47; D unp. 8065. 
169A. The Cisco Kid and the bank 

panic. © lc 10Mar47; D unp. 8066. 
170A. The Cisco Kid and the cobra. 

© lc 10Mar47; D unp. 8067. 
171A. The Cisco Kid and the claim 

stake race. © lc 10Mar47; D unp. 

8068. 
172A. The Cisco Kid and the clumsy 

draw. © lc 10Mar47; D unp. 8069. 
173A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

needed lessons. © lc 10Mar47; 

D unp. 8070. 
174A. The Cisco Kid and the Anson 

gang. © lc 10Mar47; Dunp. 8071. 
187A. The Cisco Kid double-crosses 

the rustler. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 

8899. 
188A. The Cisco Kid and the home- 
steaders. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 8900. 
189A. The Cisco Kid and the double 

swindle. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 8901. 
190A. The Cisco Kid and the fearless 

editor. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 8902. 
191A. The Cisco Kid and the convict's 

revenge. © lc 24Apr47; D u..p. 8903. 
192A. The Cisco Kid and the phantom 

rider. © lc 24Apr47; D unp'. 8904. 
193A. The Cisco Kid and the railroad 

hoax. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 8905. 
194A. The Cisco Kid and the double 

steal. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 8906. 
195A. The Cisco Kid and the fake 

stamping mill. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 

8907. 
196A. The Cisco Kid and the ambitious 

gunman. © lc 15May47; D unp. 9268. 
197A. The Cisco Kid and the black 

masked bandit. © lc 15May47; D unp. 

9269. 
198A. The Cisco Kid and the good- 
luck piece. © lc 15May47; D unp. 

9270. 
199A. The Cisco Kid and the midnight 

deadline. © lc 15May47; D unp. 

9271. 
200A. The Cisco Kid and the bandits' 

treasure. © lc 15May47; D unp. 

9272. 
201 A. The Cisco Kid and the wax 

bandidos. © lc 15May47; D unp. 

9273. 
202A. The Cisco Kid and the knife 

murder mystery. © lc 15May47; 

D unp. 9274. 



203A. The Cisco Kid and the sheriff's 

job. © lc 15May47; D unp. 9275. 
204A. The Cisco Kid and the jewel 

plant. © lc 15May47; Dunp. 9276. 
205A. The Cisco Kid and the race day. 

© lc 12Jun47; D unp. 10293. 
206A. The Cisco Kid and the sheriff's 

whiskers. © lc 12Jun47; Dunp. 1029*. 
207A. The Cisco Kid and the claim 

jumpers. © lc 12Jun47; D unp. 

10295. 
208A. The Cisco Kid and the dyna- 
mited dam. © lc 12Jun47; D unp. 

10296. 
209A. The Cisco Kid and the stolen 

diamonds. © lc 12Jun47; D unp. 

10297. 
210A. The Cisco Kid and the man with 

the wooden leg. © lc 12Jun47; D unp. 

10298. 
211A. The Cisco Kid and the man from 

Boston. © lc 12Jun47; D unp. 10299. 
21 2A. The Cisco Kid and the cattle 

drive. © lc 12Jun47; D unp. 10300. 
21 3A. The Cisco Kid and the storm. 

© lc 12Jun47; D unp. 10301. 
214A. The Cisco Kid and the horse 

stampede. © lc 12Jun47; Dunp. 

10302. 
21 5A. The Cisco Kid and the murder 

in the bank. © lc 12Jun47; D unp. 

10303. 

A CITY for Josette. See Paulus, Mar- 
garet Isabelle. 

CITY of the dead. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2232-1457. 

A CITY on a hill. See Moss, Frank Lloyd. 

THE CITY sings for Michael. See Rosen- 
thal, Sylvia. 

CLAMAR, CLARA. 
Fortune in love. See Alongi, Vincent. 

CLARK, ADA ESTELLE. 
While love waits.. _A play in fifty-seven 
acts. 58 leaves. © Ada Estelle Clark, 
Brewer, Me.; lc 6Apr47; D unp. 8578. 

CLARK, ALYSIA. 
Venus for a day, a television fashion- 
cast. © Alysia Clark, New York; lc 
20May47; C 1433. 

CLARK, HELEN M. 
Scrambled eggs, a farce comedy in one 
act. Boston, Baker's plays [1947] 
32 p. 19cm. (Baker's plays for ama- 
teurs) © Walter H. Baker co., Boston; 
6Jun47; D pub. 10325. 

CLARK, HERBERT WILBER. 
Did you write a song? 30 minute radio 
program, by Herbert Wilber Clark 
and John W. Ambrose. © Herbert 
W. Clark and John W. Ambrose, 
Hastings, Neb.; lc 17May47; C 1409. 

CLARK, JAMES JEFFERSON. 
A southern village, a play in three acts. 
© James Jefferson Clark, Chapel Hill, 
N. C; lc 2Jan47; D unp. 6738. 

CLARK, JANET ELSIE. 
Strip please, a three act comedy. © 
Janet Elsie Clark, Hollywood; lc 
23May47; D unp. 9462. 



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CLARK, JOHN FREDERICK. 

Gullible and Gall. See Prouse, 
Peter. 

CLARK, MAURICE CHARLES. 
They shot him again, by Maurice 
Clark and Carlton Moss. A play in 
three acts. © Maurice Clark, 
Hollywood, and Carlton Moss, Los 
Angeles; lc 2Jun47; D unp. 9511. 

CLARKE, IRWIN AND COMPANY 
LTD. La ville qui parle. See 
Glauser, Alfred. 

CLARKE, JAY. 
Doorway. See Wolkow, Lee Ruth. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM KENDALL. 
See The march of science. 

CLARKSON, PAUL S. 
Tom Jones: the romance of a foundling, 
a sentimental comedy in a prologue 
and three acts, adapted from the 
novel by Henry Fielding by Paul S. 
Clarkson and J seph H. Purdy. In- 
cidental music. © Paul S. Clarkson 
and Joseph H. Purdy, Baltimore; 
lc 6Feb47; D unp. 7421. 

CLASS reunion. See Hershey, Burnet. 

CLASS will tell. See Zito, Anthony. 

A CLASS-room report. See Alexeyev- 
Allen, George Michael. 

CLAUDE'S son. See Mueller, Richard 
Brierley. 

CLAVEL, MAURICE. 
Les incendiaires, trageche en trois 
actes. © Maurice Clavel, Neuilly, 
Seine, France; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 
7063. 

CLAYTON, ROBERT. 
Table talk. An audience participation 
radio program. © Robert Clayton and 
Lansing broadcasting co., Lansing, 
Mich.; lc 29May47; D unp. 10022. 

CLAYTUS and Cordelia. See Hall, 
Donoho. 

A CLEAN city. The march of science. 

CLEAN your teeth and your tooth brush 
with powder. See Madsen, Thoralf. 

CLELIE. See Wilson, Elizabeth Lora. 

CLEMENTS, ALICE V. See Horn and 
Hardart Children's hour. 

CLEMENTS, COLIN CAMPBELL. 
The divine Flora. See Ryerson, 

Florence. 
Ohl Susanna. See Ryerson, Florence. 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE (WILLARD) 
RYERSON. See Ryerson, Florence. 

CLEMENTS COMPANY, INC. See 
Horn and Hardart Children's hour. 

CLEOPATRA II. See Skilling, Robert 
P. 



CLEVER, EDDIE, pseud. See Rupp, 
Edward D. 

CLIBER, ANNETTE DITTING. 
Witli calm content. A play in five 
scenes. © Annette Ditting Cliber, 
Hollidaysburg, Pa.; lc 24Mar47; 
D unp. 8223. 

CLIFT, DENISON. 
The bride. See Clift, Lillian Sturgiss. 

CLIFT, LILLIAN STURGISS. 
The bride, a play in three acts. © 
Denison Clift, Hollywood; lc 12Mar47- 
D unp. 8038. 

CLIMAX. See Deval, Jacques B. 

CLIVE, BOB. 
Doorway. See Wolkow, Lee Ruth. 

CLOSE the door Richard. See Malle, 
Edward. 

THE CLOTHESPIN dolls. See Ashton, 
Leonora Sill. 

THE CLUB Marino. See Miele, Eliza- 
beth. 

THE CLUE of the numbers. See The 
adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 2. 

THE CLUE of the rose. See The ad- 
ventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 29. 

CLUNY Brown. See Lux radio theatre, 
Jan. 27, 1947. 

CLUNY the clown. See Kebbe, Charles 

M. 

COBB, IRA, pseud. See Sokolove, Ben- 
jamin Lawrence. 

COCA-COLA COMPANY. 

Ceiling unlimited. See Handy (Jam) 

organization. 
Hidden danger. See Handy (Jam) 

organization. 
It can happen. See Handy (Jam) 

organization. 
Selling the home market. See Handy 

(Jam) organization. 
Take it home. See Handy (Jam) 

organization. 
Tuffy. See Biesantz, Sylvia. 

COCHRAN, FRANCES ALLEN. 
Fun for you. See Allen, Wayne. 

COCHRANE, ALBERT FRANZ. 
Fool's paradise, a play in two acts. 
© Albert Franz Cochrane, Brighton, 
Mass.; lc 23May47; D unp. 9463. 

COCHRANE, MARIAN BEACH. 
Stagecoach days, a fantasie. Prologue 
and fifteen scenes. © Marian Beach 
Cochrane, New Britain, Conn.; lc 
26Feb47; D unp. 7764. 



Paris. 



COCTEAU, JEAN. 
L'aigle a deux tStes; trois actes. P 
Gallimard [1946J 196 p. 19cm. © 
Librairie Gallimard, Paris; 30Dec46; 
D pub. 8194. 

CODA. See Alter, Paul. 



THE COFFIN. See Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 473. 

COHAN, MITCHELL. 
Not fit to print. See Ciraci, Norma 
Elinor. 

COHEN, EDWARD. 

Fore (4) fellows, by Edra Bennot 
[pseud.J A play in four acts. © 
Edward Cohen (pseudonym: Edra 
Bennot) Chicago; lc 28Mar47; 
D unp. 8356. 

Pigalle, by Edra Bennot [pseud.J 
A play in two acts. © Edward Cohen, 
Chicago; lc 26May47; D unp. 9480. 

COHEN, HARVEY D. 
Youth in America. May 31, 1947. A 
radio script. © Harvey D. Cohen, 
Brooklyn; lc 15May47; D unp. 9279. 

COHEN, LESTER. 
Of human bondage, a play by Lester 
Cohen, from the novel by Somerset 
Maugham. In three acts. © Somerset 
Maugham and Lester Cohen, Doyles- 
town, Pa.; lc 18Jun47; D unp. 10357. 

COHEN, MORTIMER J. 
By these lights we walk. A dramatic 
pageant. New York, National Jewish 
welfare board, cl947. 20 p. 22cm. 
© National Jewish welfare board; 
28Jan47; D pub. 7724. 
Judith of Bethulia. A play in three acts, 
New York, National Jewish welfare 
board, cl947. 17 p. 22cm. © National 
Jewish welfare board; 28Jan47- D pub 
7725. 

COHEN, NORMAN. 
The 3Gs of shaving pleasure. Radio 
commercial. © Norman Cohen, 
New York; lc 21Jan47; C 1123. 

COLBERT, PATRICIA ANN. 
Ungallant gesture, by Patricia Colbert 
and James Sheers. A play in three 
acts. © Patricia Ann Colbert, 
Youngstown, N. Y.; and James Camp- 
bell Sheers, Pittsburgh, Pa.; lc 15May47- 
D unp. 9417. 

COLBY, ARCHIE. 
Happy hunting, a comedy in three acts. 
© Archie Colby, Los Angeles; lc 
17Mar47; D unp. 8175. 

COLE, JOSEPH H. 

Half a century of progress. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

Man your stations! See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

The order of ordering. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

Planned selling. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

Trial by fire. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

COLEMAN, BERT. 
Best bets. See Beach, Jim. 

COLES, STEDMAN. 
The inner world, a new half-hour in radio, 
by Stedman Coles and Robert Steel. © 
Stedman Coles and Robert Steel, New 
York; lc 16May47; D unp. 10109. 



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COLLAMORE, JEROME. 
Fredericka, a play in three acts. © 
Jerome Collamore, New York; lc 
5Apr47; D unp. 8487. 

COLLECTOR'S item. See Day, Lillian. 

COLLINS, WILLIAM J. 
God is my saddle mate; screen play by 
William J. Collins and Lee R. White. 
© William J. Collins, Los Angeles; 
lc 28Apr47; D unp. 9005. 

COLONNA, CLAUDIA. 
The turn of the turtle, a musical comedy 
in three acts; book and lyrics by 
Claudia Colonna, music by Walter 
Schumacher. Text only. Lyrics are 
the same as in the dramatico-musical 
composition, Reno. The book is en- 
tirely new. © Claudia Colonna, 
San Francisco; lc HFeb47; D unp. 
7493. 

THE COLORADO Kid. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2231-1456. 

COLTON, JOHN. 
Foreign fancy woman, a drama in three 
acts, by John Colton and Margarita 
Orlova, from a novel by Walter 
Guest Kellogg. © Margarita Orlova, 
Bronxville, N. Y.; lc 29Jan47; D unp. 
7442. 

COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM, 

INC. 

The Columbia workshop. See The 
Columbia workshop. (Radio program) 

The eagle's brood. See Shayon, Robert 
Lewis. 

Experiment in living. See Tunick, Irve. 

Let's pretend. See Let's pretend. 
(Radio program) 

A long life and a merry one. See Rod- 
man, Howard. 

The march of science. See The march 
of science. (Radio program) 

THE COLUMBIA WORKSHOP. (Radio 

program) 

Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Columbia broadcasting 
system, inc., New York. 

May 26, 1946. The fisherman and the 
Jinni, by Perry Harten and Zaky 
Eldin. © 26May46; D pub. 8599. 

July 7, 1946. The day that baseball 
died, by Irvin Teitel. © 7Jul46; Dpub. 
8598. 

July 28, 1946. Legend in brocade, by 
Margaret Lewerth; based on the letters 
of Lord Chesterfield. © 28Jul46; D pub. 
8597. 

Nov. 2, 1946. Lee Fountain comes of 
age, by Joseph Ruscoll. © 2Nov46; 
D pub. 8600. 

Nov. 16, 1946. The man who could 
bring pictures to life, by George 
Fass, and an after-piece, The sounds 
of peace, by Robert Maurer and Sol 
Panitz. © 16Nov46; D pub. 8596. 

COLUMN recap. See Campbell, Gerald 
M. 

THE COMBINATION and the Cisco Kid. 
See The Cisco Kid, no. 137A. 

COME back to Hawaii. See MacCowan, 
Philip. 



COME hither! See Hamilton, William 
A. 

COME over to our house. See Hayes, 
Marrijane. 

COME to the zoo. See Mann, Hannah. 

COMEDIES. See Duvernois, Henri. 

A COMEDY of eras. See Roos, Wil- 
liam Joseph. 

COMER, RUSSELL CLAYTON. 
In the air with Roger Gale. Episode 1. 
Radio script. © Russell Clayton 
Comer, Kansas City, Mo.; lc 16Feb47; 
D unp. 7644. 

COMING my way. See Schimmel, 
Robert. 

THE COMING of the giant. See 
Graves, Russell Briggs. 

COMMANDMENT of the heart. See 
Schrader, Carol Renee. 

COMMERCIAL FILMS, INC. 
The tragic road to safety. See 
Lewis, Jack R. 

COMPLICATIONS. See Jenkins, Frank 
G. 

COMRADE Diamond. See Goldschlag, 
Eugene. 

CONCERT going in Constitution hall. 
See Schondau, Marguerite. 

CONCERTO to a dead princess. See 
Dace, Edwin Wallace. 

CONDIT, GORDON HENRY. 
Thank you, stranger; a drama in three 
acts. Granville, O., Denison univer- 
sity [1947] 86 p. 20cm. © Gordon 
Henry Condit, Maplewood, N. J.; 
13jan47; D pub. 6922. 

CONDITION murder. See Katz, Ralph. 

THE CONDITION of the church. See 
Lacy," Lela. Bible dramas. 

CONDON, EDWARD U . 
Science and standards. New York 
Philharmonic -symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Feb. 9, 1947. © 
United States rubber co., New York; 
lc 18Feb47; C 1182. 

CONDON, MAURICE JOSEPH. 
Pun for the money. Radio script. 
© Maurice Joseph Condon, Flushing, 
N. Y.; lc 18Jan47; D unp. 7014. 

CONDUCT exemplary. See Lee, Robert 
Nelson. 

CONFIDENTIAL report. See Zwirn, 
Bernard Phillip. 

THE CONFLICT divine. See Kolline, 
Theodore. 

CONFOUND their politics. See Walpole, 
Helen. 



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CONFUSION hall. See Abraham, Stuart 
Ellis. 

CONINGHAM, JOHN FITZROY EVELYN. 
Satan in technicolor, a play in one act 
by John Coningham. London, Deane; 
Boston, Baker international play 
bureau [1946J 20 p. 19cm. (The 
year book press series of plays) © 
John Fitzroy Evelyn Coningham, 
Sevenoaks, Eng.; HDec46; D pub 
7217. 

CONLIN, RICHARD, pseud. See Gradv 
Richard F. ' 

CONNECTICUT Halloween. See Bates 
John McKinney. 

CONNELLY, ELLEN HESTER. 
The child's world speaks, a program 
idea. Radio script. © Ellen Hester 
Connelly, Falls Church, Va.; lc 28Mav47- 
D unp. 9484. ' 

CONNOVER, DOROTHY. 
The homebody, a buoyant, bubbling comedy 
in three acts. New York, French- fete 1 
C1947. 106 p. diagr. 19cm. © Samuel 
French, New York; 21Mar47- D pub 
8377. ' P 

CONQUEROR. See Robbins, Emily Frances. 

THE CONQUERORS. See Frede, Joel. 

CONQUEST. See Sullivan, Mortimer. 

CONROY, ADRIENNE HILLHOUSE. 
The house where goodness dwells, a 
drama for the young, byAdrienne 
Hillhouse. Prologue, two scenes and 
epilogue. © Adrienne Hillhouse Con- 
roy, New Rochelle, N. Y.; lc 6May47; 
D unp. 9113. 

CONSCIENCE. See • 
Benault, Al. 
Deane, William Charles. 

LE CONSERVATEUR. See Mouezy-Eon, 
Andre. Cinq pieces gaies. 

CONSOLIDATED MANAGEMENT CON- 
SULTANTS. 

Metronics— a new branch of industrial 
engineering. See Fein, Mitchell. 

THE CONSTANT invader. See Chain, 
Hu. The family doctor . 

COOK, ESTHER C. 
Hooray, a holiday. See Caswell, George 
A. 

COOK, JOSEPH C. 

Aaron Shanks, a play in three acts 

by Joe Cook and Simon G. Sax. © 

Joseph C. Cook and Simon G. Sax, 

Duluth; lc 27Mar47; D unp. 8311. 

COOK, WHITFIELD. 
Human being, a play. 127 leaves. © 
Whitfield Cook, Los Angeles; lc 
23jun47; D unp. 9637. 

COOKE, PHILIP ST. GEORGE. 
The missing sapphire, a comedy in 
one act concerning eight women. © 
Philip St. George Cooke, New York; 






CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT KNTK1KS 



lc 8Apr47; D unp. 8526. 
Rat race at Morgan's, a comedy in 
three acts for seven women and three 
men. C Philip St. George Cooke, 
New York; lc 8Apr47; D unp. 8527. 

COOKSEY, CURTIS. 
The schemers, a political satire. In 
two parts. <0 Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, 
N. Y.; lc 8Apr47; D unp. 8585. 

COOLEY, LAURA C. 
Tio Juan, a comedy in one act. © 
■Laura C. Cooley, Los Angeles; lc 
17Mar47; D unp. 8343. 

COOMBS, MINOTT L. 
It happens each spring, a comedy in 
one act, by Minott L. Coombs and 
Leon B. Stevens. Boston, Baker's 
plays; letc, 1947] 27 p. 19cm. 
(Baker s plays for amateurs) © 
Walter H. Baker co.; 22Apr47; 
D pub. 8950. 

COOPER, MADELYN MARY LEONARD. 
Winds of heaven, a drama in three acts, 
by Lynn Leonard. © Madelyn Mary 
Leonard Cooper, Chapel Hill, N. C; 
lc 23Apr47; D unp. 8894. 

THE COOPERATIVE corpse. See 
Squire, Roger Lewis. 

COOPER'S corners. See Lambert, 
Frances. 

COOPERSMITH, JEROME. 
Wall of lies. See Pack, Harvey. 

COPEAU, JACQUES. 
Le petit pauvre (Franjois d'Assise). 
Paris, Gallimard [1946J 147 p. illus. 
24cm. A play in six acts. © Librarie 
Gallimard, Paris; 30Sep46; D pub. 8196. 

THE COPING stone. Seje Greensfelder, 
June F . 

CORBALLIS, EDWARD R. L. 
Peter and Marcus. See Corballis, 
Helen. 

CORBALLIS, HELEN. 
Peter and Marcus, by Helen and Edward 
R. L. Corballis. A play in three acts. 
© Helen and Edward R. L. Corballis, 
New York; lc 30Apr47; D unp. 9031. 

CORCORAN, FRANCES VIRGINIA. 
Tourniquet, a play in four acts. © 
Frances Virginia Corcoran, Rhinebeck, 
N. Y.; lc 9Jan47; D unp. 6951. 

CORCORAN, L. M. 
The story of Fred Robbins. See Meehan, 
John. 

CORCORAN, ROBERT JOHN. 

The fairy ring. From Vignettes in violet 
and various shades of blue. A play in 
one scene. © Robert John Corcoran, 
Chicago; lc 7May47; D unp. 9505. 

The idiodyssey. From Vignettes in 
violet and various shades of blue. 
A play in two scenes. © Robert John 
Corcoran, Chicago; lc 7May47; 
D unp. 9508. 

The idiot boy, a play in four scenes. 
© Robert John Corcoran, Chicago; 
lc HFeb47; D unp. 7490. 



Paradise limited. A play. 48 leaves. 
O Robert John Corcoran, Chicago; 
lc l3Feb47; D unp. 7548. 

The Princess and the prisoner. From 
Vignettes in violet and various shades 
of blue. A play in one scene. © 
Robert John Corcoran, Chicago; lc 
7May47; D unp. 9506. 

Spring. From Vignettes in violet and 
various shades of blue. A play in one 
scene. feJ Robert John Corcoran, Chi- 
cago; lc 7May47; D unp. 9507. 

The wake. From Vignettes in violet 
and various shades of blue. A play 
in one scene. © Robert John Corcor- 
an, Chicago; lc 7May47; D unp. 9504. 

CORCORAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
The story of Fred Robbins. See Meehan, 
Jo tin. 

CORNELIA. See Gales, Anna. 

CORNELL OCTAGON CLUB. 
Maid to order. See Johnson, William. 

CORNER, GEORGE W. 
Light on the blood capillaries. New 
York Philharmonic-symphony inter- 
mission feature. Broadcast Apr. 13, 
1947. © United States rubber co., 
New York; lc 25Apr47; C 1374. 

CORNERED steel. See The Green Hornet, 
no. 809. 

THE CORPSE in the hallway; or, That 
wasn't the milk outside the door. See 
Zwirn, Bernard Phillip. 

CORRELL, CHARLES J. 
The Amos 'n' Andy show. See The Amos 

V Andy show. (Radio program) 
Eyeglasses. See Gosden, Freeman. 
Insurance. See Gosden, Freeman. 
The Lord's prayer. See Gosden, Freeman. 
Parking the car. See Gosden, Freeman. 
Politics. See Gosden, Freeman. 

CORRIE, JOE. 
Litchen fair, a comedy in one act. London, 
French ltd. [1946J 28 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition) © Samuel French ltd., 
London; 31Dec46; D pub. 9539. 

COSENTINO, NICHOLAS. 
The chateau outside Paris, a drama 
in three acts; from story outline by 
Dina Rosasco. © Nicholas Cosentino, 
New York; lc 2Jun47; D unp. 10062. 

COSGRIFF, EILEEN M. See Bauer, 
Eileen Marie Cosgriff. 

COSNECK, BARNEY. 
Husbands to burn, a comedy in three acts. 

© Dr. Barney Cosneck, St. Louis; lc 

lApr47; D unp. 8424. 
No other God before me. A dramatic 

composition. 51 leaves. © Dr. Barney 

Cosneck, St. Louis; lc lApr47; D unp. 

8423. 

COST. See Hall, Herbert Darling. Inside 
industry, no. 4. 

COSTA, DANTE A. 
Stay of execution, a realistic drama in 
the shadow of capital punishment; where 
four lives are mingled in a turbulent web 



of hate and greed. Film script. © 
Dante A. Costa, Bayonne, N. J.; lc 
16Apr47; D unp. 8762. 
Tunnel thirteen, by Don and Francis 
Costa. A film script. © Don Costa 
and Francis Costa, Bayonne, N. J.; 
lc 16Apr47; D unp. 9206. 

COSTA, DON. See Costa, Dante A. 

COSTA, FRANCIS. 
Tunnel thirteen. See Costa, Dante A. 

COSTES, AUGUSTIN, pseud. See Cos- 
teseque, Augustin. 

COSTESEQUE, AUGUSTIN. 
Terre de Camargue; piSce en trois 
actes et cinq tableaux, d'Aupustin 
Costes [pseud.] © Augustin Costes 
(pseudo. de Augustin CostesSque) 
Nantes, France; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 
7067. 

COSTIGAN, AMNE. 
Dance now. See Costigan, Piers. 

COSTIGAN, PIERS. 
Dance now; or, The return of Bella 
Garden. A play in two acts and six 
scenes. © Amne Costigan, Seattle; 
lc 10Apr47; D unp. 8659. 

COSTIKYAN, EDWARD. 
Dead to rights, Columbia varsity show — 
1947. Book and lyrics by Edward 
Costikyan, Andrew Lazarus and Ernest 
Kinoy. © Andrew Lazarus, Edward 
Costikyan and Ernest Kinoy, New York; 
lc 5Mar47; D unp. 7881. 

COTT, TED. 

Aesop's fables. Radio script. © Tone 
products corp. of America, New York; 
lc 3jan47; D unp. 6793. 

Children's opry house. Radio script. © 
Tone products corp. of America, New 
York; lc 3jan47; D unp. 6794. 

Mother Goose party. Radio script. © 
Tone products corp. of America, 
New York; lc 3jan47; D unp. 6792. 

Old Mac Donald had a farm, 107-A. 
Recording script. © Tone products 
corp. of America, New York; lc 
17Jan47; D unp. 7086. 

Old Mac Donald went to town, 107-B. 
Recording script. © Tone products 
corp. of America, New York; lc 
17Jan47; D unp. 7087. 

THE COTTER'S Saturday night. See 
Kiskaddon, J. Fulton. 

COUNTRY club revue. See Brown, Dave. 

COUNTRY cousin. See Sage, Emma. 

COURT of common sense. See Padwe, 
Frank. You can be a judge. 

COURT of missing heirs. See Board of 
missing heirs. 

COUSIN Cassie's capers. See Hurley, 
Eileen Epsom. 

COUTURIER, GEORGES. 
L'honorable Monsieur Pepys, come'dle 
en quatre actes et six tableaux. Paris, 
Socie'te' des Editions Denoei, cl946. 
214 p. front, (port.) 19cm. ©Georges 



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Couturier and Editions DenoSl, Paris; 
15Aug46; lc 22Jan47; D pub. 7393. 

COVINGTON, WALTER PHALTI, HI. 
Dark stillness, a play in one scene. 
© Walter Phalti Covington, III, 
Winston-Salem, N. C; lc 22Dec46: 
D unp. 6712. 

THE COW. See Petitclerc, Grace S. 
Jack and Jill series for primary grades. 
Farm set. 

COWAN, ANN RONE LL. See Ronell, 
Ann.. 

COWAN, LOUIS G. See Quiz kids. 

COWAN (LOUIS G.) INC. 
Mr. Unknown. See Leader, Anton M. 
Murder at midnight. 

COWARD, NOEL. 
Cavalcade; piece en deux parties et 
18 tableaux de Noel Coward; adaptee 
par Andre Josset et Virginia Vernon. 
© Andre Josset et Virginia Vernon, 
Paris; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7057. 

COWEN, LENORE COFFEE. 
Kings may kiss, a narration by Lenore 
Coffee Cowen and William Joyce Cowen. 
132 leaves. © Lenore Coffee Cowen 
and William Joyce Cowen, Los Angeles; 
lc 3jan47;D unp. 6751. 

COWEN, WILLIAM JOYCE. 
Kings may kiss. See Cowen, Lenore 
Coffee. 

COWL, JANE. 
That's for remembrance. See Lawrence, 
Reginald. 

COX, SPENCER. 
Stories that live. Bible story series. A 
radio program for young people. © 
Hazel Gladding Gaston, Indianapolis. 

1. History of the Bible. © lc lMay47; 
C 1390. 

2. Noah's ark. © lc lMay47; C 1391. 

COXE, Maria M. See Skinner, Maria 
M. Coxe. 

CRACK-UP. See Lux radio theatre, Dec. 
30, 1946. 

CRANFORD, PETER GORDON. 

Cranford-Sanchez animated and live 
action sound motion pictures method 
for teaching languages. See Sanchez, 
George I. 

Listener's digest, a new radio idea. 
Lecture. © Peter Gordon Cranford, 
Austin, Tex.; lc HMar47; C 1292. 

CRANFORD-SANCHEZ animated and 
live action sound motion pictures 
method for teaching languages. See 
Sanchez, George I. 

CREACH, JEAN-MARIE, pseud. See 
Monconduit, Andre. 

THE CREATIVE impulse. See_ Powers, 
Winona L. 

THE CREATOR'S workshop. See_ Douglas, 
George Dewey. 



CREATURES of habit. 
Arthur M. 



See Heeg, 



CRESCENDO. Se£ 
Amidon, Elizabeth Millward. 
Oertel, Doris Smith. 

CRICKET on the hearth. See Winkler 
Eldon. 

CRIME DOCTOR. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Max 
Marcin. © Max Marcin, New York. 

328-330. Dec. 1, 8, 15, 1946. © lc 

each 7Jan47; D unp. 6795-6797. 
331. Dec. 22, 1946. © lc 18Feb47- 

D unp. 7617. 
332-336. Dec. 29, 1946, Jan. 5, 12, 

19, 26, 1947. © lc each 4Feb47- 

Dunp. 7357-7361. 
337-340. Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, 1947. 

© lc each 6Mar47; D unp. 7957- 

7960. 
341-344. Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 1947. 

© lc each lApr47; D unp. 8419- 

8422. 
345-348. Mar. 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27, 

1947. © lc each 29Apr47; D unp 

9006-9009. 
349-351. Apr. 27, May 4, 11, 1947. 

© lc each 20May47; D unp. 9312-9314. 
352-354. May 18, 25, June 1, 1947. © 

lc each 18Jun47; D unp. 9619-9621. 

CRIME in a minor key. See The Shadow, 
no. 292. 

CRIME on the waterfront. See Kelley, 
John Thomas. 

CRINGLLE, GENE, pseud. See Gold- 
stein, Eugene H. 

THE CRIPPLER. See Exploring the 
unknown, Apr. 13, 1947. 

CRITOPH, GERALD ERNEST. 
Board and room, a three act comedy. 
© Gerald Ernest Critoph, Syracuse, 
N. Y.; lc 10Jun47; D unp. 9574. 

CROCCO, J. PETER. 
Operation vacation, a comedy in two 
acts by Peter Gregg [pseud.] © J. 
Peter Crocco, New York; lc 15Apr47; 
D unp. 8730. 

CROSLEY BROADCASTING CORPORA- 
TION. 

Ann Ryan sings. See Brown, Dave. 
Ann Ryan sings. See Stern, Alan. 
A boy, a girl and a song. See Brown, 

Dave. 
Builders of destiny. See Brown, Dave. 
Country club revue. See" Brown, Dave. 

A date with Jack Brown. See Meredith, 
William. 

Homemaker serenade. See Brady, Betty. 

Melody parade. See Stern, Alan. 

Melody parade library service. See 
Stern, Alan. 

Mrs. Casey's boarding house. See 
Jay, Verne. 

Offstage beat. See Stern, Alan. 

Pleasure cruise. See Meredith, Wil- 
liam. 

Sunset melodies. See Stern, Alan. 

Sunny side revue. See Meredith, William. 

Sunnyside revue library service. See 
Meredith, William. 



The Sylvia show. See Brown, Dave. 

CROSS, JOHN CARRINGTON. 
Lorelei, a play in three acts. © John 
Carrington Cross, Richmond; lc 
3jun47; D unp. 10077. 

CROSS-COUNTRY wedding. See Dr. 
Christian, no. 424. 

CROSSROADS. See Kagan, Benjamin. 

CROTEAU, LEOADOLPHE. 
Alphabetical quiz. Radio program. © 
Leo Adolphe Croteau, Brockton, Mass.; 
lc 3Mar47; D unp. 8106. 

CROWDED house. See Parsons, Kate. 

THE CRUCIFIXION. See The greatest 
story ever told, no. 10. 

THE CRUCIFIXION and resurrection. 
See Roberts, Mary Gandy. 

CRUSINBERRY, JANE. 
Peoria street, U. S. A.; a play in three 
acts. © Jane Crusinberry, Chicago; lc 
17Mar47; D unp. 8131. 

CRUTCHER, ROBERT RIELY. See 
The Eddie Bracken show. 

CRUTCHFIELD, EDGAR I. 

Sky-way base ball, the new radio game. 
© Edgar I. Crutchfield, Akron, Colo.; 
lc 21Mar47; C 1417. 

CRUTCHFIELD, LES M. 
To live or to die, a documentary drama. 
Radio script. © L. M. Crutchfield, 
Monrovia, Calif.; lc 2Feb47; D unp. 
7381. 

A CRY in the night. See Chard, Standish. 

THE CRY of laughter. See Kahn, Flor- 
ence R. 

THE CRY of the watchman. See Kramm, 
Joseph. 

CRY out Cassandra. See Prince, Neal 
Adair. 

CRYSTAL clear. See Cary, Falkland L. 

CSODA a hegyek ko^t, source title. See 
Molnar, Ferenc. Miracle in the moun- 
tains. 

LOS CUATRO coroneles de la reina. See 
Sotelo-Regil, Louis F. 

CUESTA FERNANDEZ, MIGUEL DE LA. 
Bengala, comedia en tres actos [por] 
Miguel de la Cuesta [y] Leandro 
Navarro ... Primera edicion. Madrid, 
Estades, Artes Graficas, 1946. 52 p. 
17cm. © Miguel de la Cuesta Fernan- 
dez y Leandro Navarro Benet, Madrid; 
lDec46; D pub. 7000. 

CUL de sac. See Smith, A. T. Elliott. 

CUMMINGS, DONALD MCCLOY. 
Highway of melody. Radio script. © 
Donwall advertising agency, Marlboro, 
Mass.; lc 25Apr47; C 1375. 



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CATALOG OF COIMKICHT KNTKIES 



CUNNINGHAM, JANICE BERTHENE. 
Just plain Alma. A play in two scenes. 
6 Janice Berthene Cunningham, Allen- 
town, Pa.; lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8798. 

CUPID in bobby sox. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 420. 

CURTAIN going up. See Braden, Louise. 

CURTIN, D. THOMAS. 
Six on the wall, a comedy-drama. In 
three acts. © D. Thomas Curtin, 
Fairfax, Va.; lc 7Feb47; D unp. 
7491. 

CURTIS, TRUMAN. 
Those ills we have, a comedy with 
overtones in three acts. © Truman 
Curtis, Los Angeles; lc 14Feb47; 
D unp. 7773. 

CURTISS, PATRICIA. 
The embarrassed ghost. (The children's 
corner, no. 54) Recording script. © 
Patricia Curtiss, San Marino, Calif.; 
lc HDec46; C 1114. 

CURVES and angels. See Kavanau, 
Alexander. 

CUT rate crime. See The Green Hornet, 
no. 805. 

CUTE trick. See L^wis, Philip. 

CUYLER, EMILY. See Hammond, Emily 
Cuyler. 

CWOJDZINSKI, ANTONI. 
Sny i zycie, sztuka w trzech aktach. © 
Antoni Cwojdzinski, Detroit; lc 17Feb47; 
D unp. 7656. 

CYRANO. See Liebman, Max. 

CYRANO de Bergerac, source title. See 
Ceiley, Leonard. Lion heart. 

CZAR and carpenter. See Lortzing, 
Albert. 



D minus one. See Vodra, Richard J. 

D. O. A. Dead on arrival. See Levy, 
Bertram Paul. 

DACE, EDWIN WALLACE. 
Concerto to a dead princess; a play in 
three acts, by Wallace Dace. © Edwin 
Wallace Dace, New Haven; lc 19Apr47; 
D unp. 8844. 
Death of a fascist, by Wallace Dace; 
based onlllica and Giacosa's adaptation 
of Victorien Sardou's play, Tosca. 
Libretto in three acts. © Edwin Wallace 
Dace, New Haven; lc 18Mar47; D unp. 
8328. 

DAD was. See Kamm, Seymour James. 

DADDY RINGTAIL. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Sam Wesley 
Davis, jr. © A. H. Belocorp., Dallas. 

1. Apr. 28, 1947. Daddy Ringtail and the 
thirsty Snorfdorfle 1 © lc 24May47; 
D unp. 9470. 



2. Apr. 29, 1947. Daddy Ringtail 
and the Monkey Catcher, (y lc 
24May47; D unp. 9471. 

3. Apr. 30, 1947. Daddy Ringtail and 
Sneezy Snuzan. © lc 24May47; Dunp. 
9472. 

4. May 1, 1947. Daddy Ringtail and 
the Whistlesniffer. © lc 24May47; 
D unp. 9473. 

DAILY double. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

DAIX, DIDIER. 
Un fripouille; comedie en trois actes, de 
Didier Daix. © Didier Daix (pseudo. de 
Didier Wachthausen), Paris; lc 22Jan47; 
D unp. 7056. 
La preuve; comedie en trois actes, de 
Didier Daix. © Didier Daix (pseudo. 
de Didier Wachthausen), Paris; lc 
22Jan47; D unp. 7053. 

DAIZIE'S music shop. See Kremlick, Kurt J. 

DAKE, FRANCES DELLE. 
Rocking M wildcats. Film script. © 
Frances Delle Dake, Elmira, Ore.; lc 
28Apr47; D unp. 8998. 

DALE, RUTH, pseud. See Wilson, Ira Bishop. 

DALLIS, NICHOLAS P. See Radio racing 
analyst. 

DALMAS, HERBERT. 
Change of heart. A play in two acts. © 
Herbert Dalmas, Los Angeles; lc 260ct46; 
D unp. 8631. 

DALTON, ELLEN. 
For works written in collaboration with 
Charlotte Smith see Jaspersen, Elon, 
pseud. 

DALVEN, RAE. 
A season in hell, a play in three acts. © 
Rae Dalven, New York; lc 8May47; 
D unp. 9134. 

DALY, JAMES. 
Have you seen the sun? A play in two acts. 
© Margaret M. Daly, New York; lc 
2Jan47; D unp. 6946. 

DALY, MARGARET M. 
Have you seen the sun? See Daly, James. 

DALY, TOM. 
The double heart, a play in three acts. © 
Tom Daly, Beverly Bills, Calif.; lc 6Jan47; 
D unp. 6765. 

LA DAME de Mercoeur. See Berthomieu, 
Marc. 

DAMIT die baeume nicht in den himmel 
wachsen. See Bertuch, Max. 

DANA, RICHARD ANDERSON. See 
Exploring the unknown. 
Your hit parade. 

DANCE Bamboula. See Gould, Marguerite 
Goodman. Bamboula. 

DANCE idea. See Nolan, Josephine W. 

DANCE now. See Costigan, Piers. 



THE DANCING bear. See Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 477. 

DANE, ESSEX. 
Dark light [a play in one scenej Boston 
[etc.] Baker's plays [ 1947 J 29 p. 
18cm. (Baker's royalty plays) © 
Walter H. Baker co.; 3ljan47; D pub. 
7496. 

THE DANGEROUS secret. See The ad- 
ventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 30. 

DANTSKER, JUDITH LEONA. 
Who? A play in two scenes. © Judith 
Leona Dantsker, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
22Apr47; Dunp. 8885. 

DANVERS-WALKER, AUBREY. 
Heaven and Charing cross, a play in 
three acts. London, French ltd. 
[1947J 78 p. diagr. 22cm. (French's 
acting edition) © Samuel French ltd., 
London; 16Jan47; D pub. 8444. 

D'ARCY, HUGH ANTOINE. 
Paul Cheval. See Cheltenham, Herbert 
Tolson. 

THE DARING young man on the ceiling. 
See Hirsch, Jerry Bruce. 

DARIUS Green and his flying machine. 
See Arne, Florence. Skyriders. 

THE DARK curtain. See Exploring the 
unknown, Apr. 20, 1947. 

DARK legend. See Fraenkel, Helene Esberg. 

DARK light. See Dane, Essex. 

DARK memory. See Roeburt, John. 

DARK stillness. See Covington, 
Walter Phalti. 

DARK sun. See Adams, Charles Smith. 

THE DARKENED ship. See Levitt, 
Harold. 

THE DARKLING plain. See Miller, 
Herman A. 

DARLING, CAROLYN. 
The strange case of the Hamilton sisters, 
by Carolyn Darling and Jean Archibald. 
Radio script. © Jean Archibald, New 
Milford, Conn., and Carolyn Darling, 
New York; lc 4Jun47; D unp. 10060. 

D'ASCENSIO, IRMA LOU. 
The second choice. A play in four scenes. 
© Irma Lou D'Ascensio, Nutley, N. J.; 
lc 7Apr47; D unp. 8477. 

DASHEVSKY, LEWIS B. 
Things was made that way (in the key 
of black) A dramatico-musical in 
two acts. Text only. © Lewis B. 
Dashevsky, Philadelphia; lc 15Mar47; 
D unp. 8351. 

A DATE with fate. See Parker, Phyllis. 

A DATE with Jack Brown. See Meredith, 
William. 

A DAUGHTER'S a daughter. See Gore, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Mary Carroll. 

D'AURIA, GEMMA. See Houston, 
Gemma d'Auria. 

DAVEY'S in love. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 433. 

DAVID, MACK. 
You ought to be in pictures, a play in 
three acts. © Mack David, New York; 
lc 10Jan47; D unp. 7498. 

DAVID, ROBERT. See Nick Carter, 
master detective. 

DAVID an' Bathsheba. See Payne, 
Margaret Christina. 

DAVID an' Goliath. See Payne, Margaret 
Christina. 

DAVID HARDING— COUNTERSPY. 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Lord, inc. 
© Lord, inc., New York. 

232. Dec. 8, 1946. Case of the auto 
racket. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7105. 

233. Dec. 15, 1946. Case of the 
salted gold. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 
7106. 

234. Dec. 22, 1946. Case of the crim- 
inal analyst. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 
7107. 

235. Dec. 29, 1946. Case of the black- 
mailed baritone. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 
7108. 

236. Jan. 5, 1947. Case of the neurolo- 
gist. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7109. 

237. Jan. 12, 1947. Case of the counter- 
feiter's sweetheart. © lc 21Jan47; 

D unp. 7110. 

238. Jan. 19, 1947. Case of the hijacked 
grocery trucks. © lc 30Jan47; D unp. 
7277. 

239. Jan. 26, 1947. Case of the buried 
money. © lc 30Jan47; D unp. 7276. 

240. Feb. 2, 1947. Case of the gam- 
bling engineer. © lc 7Feb47; D unp. 
7484. 

241. Feb. 9, 1947. Case of the juvenile 
thieves. © lc 14Fsb47; D unp. 7565. 

242. Feb. 16, 1947. Case of the three 
friends (Brotherhood week). © lc 
22Feb47; D unp. 7686. 

243. Feb. 23, 1947. Case of the loving 
contractor. © lc 27Feb47; D unp. 
7786. 

244. Mar. 2, 1947. Case of the marital 
counselor. © lc 8Mar47; D unp. 7988. 

245. Mar. 9, 1947. Case of the vending 
machine slugs. © lc 14Mar47;D unp. 
8118. 

246. Mar. 16, 1947. Case of the crooked, 
plastic surgeon. © lc 29Mar47; D unp. 
8403. 

247. Mar. 23,1947. Case of the mutilated 
tires. © lc 29Mar47; D unp. 8404. 

248. Mar. 30, 1947. Case of the Florida 
fishing boat. © lc 6Apr47; D unp. 8538. 

249. Apr. 6, 1947. Case of the phoney 
fight tickets. © lc 15Apr47; D unp. 
8735. 

250. Apr. 13, 1947. Case of the stowa- 
way racket. © lc 23Apr47; D unp. 
8897. 

251. Apr. 20, 1947. Case of the mili- 
tary highwayman. © lc 2May47; Dunp. 
9067. 



252. Apr. 27, 1947. Case of the 
organized embezzlers. © lc 
2May47; D unp. 9069. 

253. May 4, 1947. Case of the 
socialite fingerwoman. © lc 
18May47; D unp. 9320. 

254. May 11, 1947. Case of the 
three numbers. © lc 18May47; 
D unp. 9321. 

255. May 18, 1947. Case of the 
phoney locket. © lc 27May47; 
D unp. 9393. 

256. May 25, 1947. Case of the 
flame -proofing racket. © lc 
14Jun47; D unp. 10334. 

DAVIDSON county. Board of education. 
Adventures in Music land. See Kiser, 
Fanny Burr. 

DAVIS, CALIRE H. 
Doctors are people, a murder mystery 
in two acts, by Claire Read [pseud.] 
© Claire H. Davis (Claire Read, pseud.), 
New York; lc 30Dec46; D unp. 6744. 
New matter: revision. Prev. reg. 
Mystery in white, 4Jul45, D unp. 
94171. 

DAVIS, DOROTHY RUTH. 
Tactful Jackie. A play in three scenes. 
© Dorothy Ruth Davis, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 4Apr47; D unp. 8462. 

DAVIS, ERNEST PAUL. 
Nationwise. Radio script. © Ernest 
Paul Davis, Denver; lc 4Mar47; 
D unp. 8647. 

DAVIS, EVERLY MAH1N. 
Mr. America meet Miss Russia; or, The 
faker and the pelican. A comedy in 
three acts. © Everly Mahin Davis, 
Los Angeles; lc 5May47; D unp. 9103. 

DAVIS, LUTHER. 
The day the shoelace broke, a play in 
three acts. © Luther Davis, New York; 
lc 10Mar47; D unp. 7982. 

DAVIS, OWEN. 
In shining armor. A play in three acts. 
© Owen Davis, New York; lc 22Apr47; 
D unp. 8848. 

DAVIS, SAM WESLEY. See Daddy Ring- 
tail. 

DAVY Jones' locker. See Stollery, David J. 

DA WE, ROBERT S. 
One too many, a comedy in three acts 
by Robert S. Dawe and Elizabeth G. 
MacDonald. © Robert S. Dawe and 
Elizabeth G. MacDonald, Burbank, 
Calif.; lc 24Mar47; D unp. 8239. 

THE DAWN cometh. See Govans players. 

DAWN of truth. See Hourigan, Edith Lyle. 

DAY, LILLIAN. 
CoUector's item, a new comedy, by 
LiJlian Day and Alfred Golden. In three 
acts. © Lillian Day and Alfred Golden, 
New York; lc 2Mar47; D unp. 7859. 

DAY, MARILYN MILLER, pseud. See 
Miller, Marilyn Jean. 



DAY, NANCY DEARING. 
Tales of Grand-daddy Owl. Radio 
script. © Nancy Dearing Day, Rock- 
ville, Md.; lc each 16May47. 

1. The white elephant. D unp. 9422. 

2. The tallest and the biggest. D unp. 
9423. 

A DAY at the races. See McCarthy, Clem. 

A DAY in the country. See Albright, 
Phillip. 

THE DAY that baseball died. See The 
Columbia workshop, July 7, 1946. 



THE DAY the shoelace broke. 
Davis, Luther. 



See 



THE DAYDREAMS of Filbert Finn. 
See Holmes, William Auren. 

DAYKARHANOVA, TAMARA. 
The return of the native, adapted from 
the novel of Thomas Hardy, by Tamara 
Daykarhanova. A play in 28 scenes. 
© Tamara Daykarhanova, New York; 
lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8134. 

DEAD man's turn. See Murder at mid- 
night, no. 51. 

DEAD on delivery. See The adventures 
of Frank Merriwell, no. 31. 

DEAD to rights. See Costikyan, Edward. 

DEADLINE MYSTERY. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Knox company, Hollywood. 

Apr. 20, 1947. By W. W. Burgess. © 

lc 22Apr47; D unp. 8893. 
Apr. 27, 1947. By Fred Howard. © 

1 c 6May47; D unp. 9117. 
May 4, 1947. By Fred Howard. © lc 

12May47; D unp. 9233. 
May 11, 1947. By Fred Howard. © lc 

26May47; D unp. 9479. 

DEADLINE MYSTERY ADVENTURES. 
A radio script by Warren W. Burgess. 
© Knox co., Hollywood; lc 21Apr47; 
D unp. 8851. 

DEAN, ARCHER GRIFFIN. 
The Pikers' club, script no. 1. A radio 
program with incidental music. © Ar- 
cher Griffin Dean, Haverford, Pa.; lc 
21Mar47; Dunp. 8742. 

DEAN, WALTER VINCENT. 
A lady can change, a play in three acts. 
© Walter Vincent Dean, Columbia, 
Mo.; lc HMay47; D unp. 9407. 

DEANE, WILLIAM CHARLES. 
Conscience, dramatised from the original 
French version of Efmile Zola's novel, 
There"se Raquin. Film script. © Wil- 
liam Charles Deane, New York; lc 
6May47; D unp. 9121. 

DEAR diary. See Bushnell, Adelyn. Eight 
radio plays. 

DEATH and the laboratory. See Exploring 
the unknown, May 11, 1947. 



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CATALOG OF C O P Y R I G H T E N T K I K S 



DEATH by clockwork. See The Shadow, 
no. 291. 

DEATH by Imagination. See The Shad- 
ow, no. 283. 

DEATH can be beautiful. See Tepper- 
man, Emile C. 

DEATH cell. See Bochniak, Joseph 
John. 

DEATH closes all. See Carroll, Paul 
Vincent. 

DEATH comes to dinner. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 788. 

DEATH fans the flame. See The Shadow, 
no. 288. 

DEATH in a dentist's chair. Se£ Snell, 
David. 

DEATH in Bexar. Patterson, Thomas 
McEvoy. 

DEATH is the keeper. See The Shadow, 
no. 294. 

DEATH of a fascist. See Dace, Edwin 
Wallace. 

THE DEATH of Richard. See Ingram, 
Johnnie J. 

DEATH on the assembly line. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Feb. 9, 1947. 

DEATH rides high. See The Shadow, 
no. 299. 

DEATH stakes a handout. See_ The 
Shadow, no. 296. 

DEATH takes the long count. See 
The Shadow, no. 286. 

DEATH walks Seventh avenue. See 

Sebby, Sam Raymond. The Magic 

circle theatre, Dec. 29, 1946. 

DE BECHEVET, LYDIA. 
Speed demon. A radio program. © 
Lydia de Bechevet, Hollywood; lc 
20May47; D unp. 9371. 

DE BENAC, JACQUES. See Benac, 
Jacques de. 

DEBORAH. See Ash, Walter Thomp- 
son. 

DEBUSSY. See Whitworth, Walter. 
Musical pages, no. 2. 

DECISION of destiny. See Gibbs, Archie 
Robert. 

DECKER, AMMIEL F. 
Helpcall. A sales talk or lecture for 
sales managers. © Ammiel F. Decker, 
Pelham, N. Y.; lc 27May47; C 1455. 

DECKER, ANN WRIGHT. 
Strike a happy medium, by Ann Wright and 
Genevieve Paget. A play in three acts. 
© Ann Wright Decker and Genevieve 
Paget, New York; lc 28May47; D unp. 
10036. 



DECKER, DELLA WEST. 
Christmas star, a thirty minute dra- 
matic script. (Turning point) Radio 
script. © Delia West Decker, New 
York; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7780. 
Mama's boy, a thirty minute dramatic 
script. (Turning point) Radio script. 
© Delia W. Decker, New York; lc 
22Jan47; D unp. 7779. 

DECOY to danger. See Adventures of 
Frank Merriwell, no. 7. 

DEEMS, dem and dose. See Gardner, 
Ed. 

DEEP elm. See Shields, Emmett L. 

DE FALLA, COLENE. 
Fire in his bosom. See De Falla, 
Paul Martinez. 

DE FALLA, PAUL MARTINEZ. 
Fire in his bosom, a play in three acts. 
© Paul M. De Falla and Colene De 
Falla, Los Angeles; lc 12Jun47; D unp. 
9588. 

DE FILIPPO, EDUARDO. 
Questi fantasmi, apparizioni racca- 
priccianti in tre atti. (In_Il dramma. 
Torino, Italy, 1946. Anno 22, n. 16-17; 
1° e 15 luglio 19*6. 26cm. p. 13-32) 
© Eduardo de Filiopo, Rome; ljul46; lc 
16Apr47; D pub. 0169. 

DEFOE, DANIEL, 1661? -1731. 
Moll Flanders. See Carhartt, James M. 

DE HARTOG, JAN. See Hartog, Jan de. 

DE HELLEBRANTH, ELENA. 
Bethlehem children, a Christmas choral 
play in one act, four scenes. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Elena de 
Hellebranth, Ventnor, N. J.; lc 22Mar47; 
D unp. 1172. 

DEKOBRA, MAURICE. 
Bug-a-boo. See Ernst, Jessie. 

DE LA BARCA, PEDRO CALDERON. See 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 

DELANEY, ALICE ROGERS. 

Give-a-way merry-go-round. Series 1, 
part 1. Radio script. © Alice R. De- 
laney, Brighton, Mass.; lc 14Mar47; 
D unp. 8636. 

Merchandise speedway, a radio feature. 
© Alice Rogers Delaney, Brighton, 
Mass.'; lc 28Feb47; D unp: 7830. 

DE LA TORRE, LILLIrtN. See McCue, 
Lillian Bueno. 

DELAY enroute. See Zimmerle, Carl 
Frank. 

DE LETRAZ, JEAN. Se£ Ldtraz, Jean de. 

DE LIMA, CHARLES A. See Lima, 
Charles A. de. 

DELITTO all Isola delle Capre. See 
Betti, Ugo. 

DELMAR, KENNY. 
Delmar s super service station. A 
radio script. © Kenny Delmar, 



New York; lc 12Mar47; D unp. 8083. 

DELMAR, VINA. 
The rich full life, a play in three acts. 
New York, French; [etc., 1946] 112 p. 
diagr. 19cm. Dramatization of her 
story, The rich full life. © Vina Del- 
mar, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 13Dec46; 
D pub. 7327. Prev. reg. 28Mar45; 
D unp. 92862. 
The rich full life, a play in three acts. 
New York, French; [etc., 1946J 112 p. 
diagr. 19cm. Dramatization of her 
story, The rich full life. © Vifia Del- 
mar, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 13Dec46; 
D pub. 8384. 

DELMAR S super service station. See 
Delmar, Kenny. 

DEL RUTH, HAMPTON. 
Mickey, a stage play in three acts. © 
Hampton Del Ruth, Hollywood; lc 
22Jan47; D unp. 7684. 

DELVEAUX, FERNAND. 
Le printemps des coeurs; ou, Deux 
filles ont debarque'. Comedie gaie 
en quatre actes. Li^ge, location pro 
arte, cl946. 43 p. 22cm. (Edition 
Pro arte, no. 153) © Fernand Delveaux 
Lie*ge, Belgium; 15Feb46; D pub. 7392. 

DEMAQUILLAGE. See Chauvin, Andre. 

DEMBOWSKA, DA NUT A GIEYSZTOR- 
See Gieysztor-Dembowska, Danuta. 

DEMETZ, PETER. 
Heimkehr ins paradies; metaphysische 
kombdie in drei okten. © Kurt Reiss 
theaterverlag, a. g. Basel, Switzerland; 
lc 22Dec46; D unp. 7020. 

DE NAIR, ALICE. 

Across the board, a comedy in three acts, 
by Alice de Nair and Bergin White. © 
Alice de Nair and Elizabeth Bergin 
White, Laguna Beach, Calif.; lc 2Feb47- 
D unp. 7823. 

Flight one-one-one-o-one, a play in three 
acts, by Alice de Nair and Bergin White. 
© Alice de Nair and Elizabeth Bergin 
White, Laguna Beach, Calif.; lc25Feb47- 
D unp. 8542. 

Reap the whirlwind, a play in three acts, 
by Alice de Nair and Bergin White. © 
Alice de Nair and Elizabeth Bergin 
White, Laguna Beach, Calif.; lc24Feb47- 
D unp. 8543. 

DENAULT, CUFTON ALFRED. 
Ambition unknown, a short comedy in play 
or radio form, by Clifton Alfred Denault, 
jr., and Donald Gill. © Clifton Alfred 
Denault, jr., and Donald Gill, New Bed- 
ford, Mass.; lc 23jun47; D unp. 9639. 

DENISE. See Kline, Erma Irene. 

DENISON (T. S.) L COMPANY. 
Sleepy head. See George, Charles. 
Streamlined Cinderella. See George 
Charles. 

DENKER, HENRY. See The greatest story 
ever told. 

DENNIS, ALBERT N. 
Labor news review, radio program no. 653, 
Jan. 26, 1947. © Albert N. Dennis, 



773226 0-48-3 



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Washington; lc 27Jan47; C 1102. 

DENNY, IRENE HILDA. 
Musical calendar, number one. Radio 
script. © Irene Hilda Denny, Hollywood; 
lc 18Mar47; D unp. 8136. 

DENOON, DAVID JOHN. 
Fourteen makes a dozen. See Tyler, 
Linton James. 

DENSEN, BEATRICE. 
Mr. Seagram's wife, a comedy in two 
acts. © Beatrice Densen, New York; 
lc 3May47; D unp. 9100. 

LES DEPARlES. See Richard, Pierre- 
Maurice. Le retour. 

DE PERHACH, SYLVIA. 
Whee madame; soldier show musical 
comedy. Written by Sylvia de Perhach, 
Theodora de Perhach, Elinor Eaton and 
Barbara Brewer. In two acts. © Sylvia 
de Ferhach, Barbara Brewer, Theodora 
de Perhach, and Elinor Eaton, New York; 
lc 22Mar47; D unp. 8772. 

DE PERHACH, THEODORA. 
Whee madame. See De Perhach, Sylvia. 

DEPOSED. See Kelley, Hazel A. 

DE PROROK story. See The Adventurers' 
club, Feb. 8, 15, 22, 1947. 

THE DESERT. See Ireland, Don. 

DESTINATION peace. See Geto, Alfred 
David. 

DESTINED interlude. See Snyder, Eliza- 
beth Van Hekle. 

DESTINY. See Preston, Jane Elizabeth. 

DEUTERONOMY Katz. See Wishengrad, 
Morton. 

DEUX filles ont debarque. See Delveaux, 
Fernand. Le printemps des coeurs. 

DEUX jours de perm'. See Dewit, Henry. 

DEVAL, JACQUES BOULARAN. 
Climax, a play in three acts. © Jacques 
Boularan Deval, New York; lc ljan47; 
D unp. 6861. 

DE VIERA, LILLIAN. See Viera, Lillian 
Jones. 

THE DEVIL goes to heaven. See Wiese, 
Hurdman Henry. 

THE DEVIL takes a wife. See The Shadow, 
no. 276. 

THE DEVIL you sayl See Salaway, Lowell 
Evans. 

THE DEVIL'S own word. See Dinnes, 
Nathan. 

DEVOTION. See_ Lux radio theatre, Feb. 
17, 1947. 

DE VRIES, M. L. See Trendle-De Vries. 



DE VRIES, PETER. 
Different cultural levels eat here, a 
sketch. © Peter De Vries, New York; 
lc 13Mar47; D unp. 8089. 

DE VRY, GUY. See The shadow. 

DE WAGSTAFFE, MAUD. See Wagstaffe, 
Maud. 

DEWEY, GEORGE MARSHALL. 
Tune-bee. A radio script. © George 
Marshall Dewey, Vancouver, Can.; 
lc 15May47; D unp. 9277. 

DEWIT, HENRY. 
Le brigadier Poiluche; operette mili- 
taire en trois actes. Livret et lyrics 
de Henry Dewit et Paul Roby, musique 
d'Albert Leprince. [Liege, Editions 
Pro arte, 1946] 47 p. 22cm. Text 
only. © Henry Dewit, Liege, Belgium; 
Paul Roby (ps. de Robert Evrard) 
Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Belgium; 
Albert Leprince, Liege, Belgiu.a; 
30Dec46; D pub. 8195. 
Deux jours de perm', vaudeville 
militaire en trois actes de Henry De- 
wit et Paul Roby [pseud.] Paris, 
Librairie Billaudot [1946] 32 [1] p. 
22cm. © Henry Dewit, Liege, Bel- 
gium; Paul Roby (ps. de R. Evrard) 
Molenbeek- Saint-Jean, Belgium; 
30Nov46; D pub. 10323. 

DIACK, JOHN MICHAEL, 1869- 
The master music makers, an operetta 
written and arranged by J. Michael 
Diack. London, Paterson's publica- 
tions [1947] 49 p. 28cm. © Pater- 
son's publications, ltd., London; lMar47; 
D pub. 1202. 

DIAGNOSIS. See Dr. Christian, no. 423. 

DIAMANT, WILLIAM MARTIN. 
Left is right, a farce. In three acts. 
© William Martin Diamant, Brooklyn; 
lc 27May47; D unp. 9501. 

DIAMOND, RICHARD. 

Our Mr. Nicholas; presentation for a 
radio serial by Richard Diamond and 
Lester Fine. © Richard Diamond and 
Lester Fine, New York; lc 24Mar47; 
D unp. 8221. 

Philomanda, the Panda, by Richard Dia- 
mond, with music by Irma Jurist. A 
dramatization in one scene. Text only. 
© Richard Diamond, New York; lc 
3May47; D unp. 9087. 

Star boarders; .sample script by Richard 
Diamond and Ralph Tolleris. Radio script. 
© Richard Diamond and Ralph Tolleris, 
New York; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8430. 

DIAMOND flower. See Miley, Vincent 
Arthur. 

EL DIARIO de una madre. See Lehman, 
Valeria R. 

DICK, JAMES ALLEN. 
Rec-o-quest; radio program by James 
Allen Dick, Robertson Cory Scott and 
Jane Clay Sutherland. © Robertson Cory 
Scott, Frankfort, Ky.; lc 27Jun47; D unp. 
9666. 



DICKASON, ALBERT. 

Dinner in black, a mystery mysticism 
in three acts. © Albert Dickason, 
Bridgeport, Conn.; lc 17Apr47; 
D unp. 8788. 

Rnyme without reason, a comedy in three 
acts by Albert Dickason and Winthrop 
Davis Baker. © Albert Dickason and 
Winthrop Davis Baker, Bridgeport, 
Conn.; lc 21Jun47; D unp. 10387. 

DICKENS, CHARLES. 
Cricket on the hearth. See Winkler, 
Eldon. 

DID you write a song? See Clark, 
Herbert Wilber. 

DI DA TO, CARMELO J. 
The second railing, a drama in three acts. 
© Carmelo J. DiDato, Jackson Heights, 
N. Y.; lc lMay47; D unp. 9048. 

DIETZ, SUSAN M. 
Young people's pathway to friendship 
program. Irish program. Radio script. 
© Susan M. Dietz, Providence; lc 
12May47; C 1424. 

THE DIFFERENCE. See Tyler, Betty Jane. 

DIFFERENT cultural levels eat here. See 
De Vries, Peter. 

DILLON, DANIEL CASEY. 
Animal skit, by Danny Dillon. Monologue. 
© Daniel Casey Dillon, New York; lc 
8Feb47; D unp. 7486. 

DI MAMBRO, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 
It's a bet, a three act family comedy by 
Robert Lloyd [pseud.] 4th revision. © 
Michael Joseph DiMambro, Utica, N.Y.; 
lc 7Jun47; D unp. 10378. Prev. reg. 
22Mar46; D unp. 2217. 
Swing it, a three act musical romantic 
comedy by Robert Lloyd [pseud.] 3d 
revision. Text only. © Michael Joseph 
DiMambro, Utica, N.-Y- lc 7Jun47; 
D unp. 10377. Prev. reg. 10Jan46, Dunp. 
599. 

DIMMICK, LUCILLE. 
Dawn of truth. See Hourigan, Edith Lyle. 

DINGLE dangles. See McMahon, Dorithy. 

DINK'S song. See Wilson, Elizabeth Lora. 

DINNER, WILLIAM. 

Miracle for Edward [a plav in one act] 
by William Dinner and William Morum. 
London, French ltd. [1945] 35 p. diagr. 
19cm. (French's acting edition) © 
Samuel French ltd., London; 31Dec45; 
D pub. 9534. 

Nothing ever happened to Millie, a comedy 
in one act, by William Dinner and Wil- 
liam Morum. London, French ltd. [1946] 
19 p. diagr. 19cm. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French ltd., London; 
20Dec46; D pub. 9544. 

Ticket to spring-time [a play in one act] 
by William Dinner and William Morum. 
London, French ltd. [1945] 19 p. diagr. 
19cm. (French's acting edition) © 
Samuel French ltd., London; 31Dec45; 
D pub. 9546. 



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DINNER at the Duke's. See Hagen, 
John Milton. 

DINNER for two. See White, Dorothea. 

DINNER in black. See Dickason, Albert. 

DINNES, NATHAN. 
The devil's own word, an e very-day 
drama in three acts. © Nathan Dinnes, 
New York; lc 28Mar47; D unp. 8364. 

DIOGENES O' Toole. Se£ Quigley, Robert. 

THE DIONYSIANS OF MICHIGAN STATE 
COLLEGE. See Michigan. State college 
of agriculture and applied science. The 
Dionysians. 

THE DIRTY joke. See Zecher, Sidney. 

THE DISCOVERY of the Columbia river. 
See Emmons, Delia Gould. A Yankee 
wins. 

DISK jockey. See Woodward, Ruth M. 

DITTO presents business week of the air. 
See Morrow, Tim. 

DIVIDEND from heaven. See Cady, Watson. 

DIVINE, AUBREY M. 
The seed, by Anne Woods [pseud.] A play 
in three acts. © Audrey M. Divine, 
Mill Valley, Calif.; lc 22Apr47; D unp. 
8852. 

THE DIVINE Flora. See Ryerson, Florence. 

DIVINE Sarah. See Wolcott, Bernice Blair. 

THE DIVINING rod. See Leger, Zoe Ethel. 

DIZZY Doodle. See Berenberg, Ben Ross. 

DO you love me? See Lux radio theatre, 
Dec. 23, 1946. 

DOBRAN, JOHNT. 
You're only dead once. Radio script. © 
John T. Dobran, Flushing, N Y.; lc 
5Jun47; D unp. 9530. 

DOCTER, LLOYD. 
Nobody's children, program audition. A 
Walter White Package script by Lloyd 
Docter. For radio broadcasting Feb. 5, 
1947. © Walter White, jr., Hollywood; 
lc 13Feb47; D unp. 7546. 

THE DOCTOR and the Christmas bounty. 
See Wing, Leonora M. 

DR. CHRISTIAN. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 

412. Oct. 16, 1946. Out of the fog. © lc 
26Jan47; D unp. 7226. 

413. Oct. 23, 1946. None but the beauti- 
ful. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7227. 

414. Oct. 30, 1946. A man of his stamp. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7228. 

415. Nov. 6, 1946. To all men. © lc 
26Jan47; D unp. 7229. 

416. Nov. 13, 1946. As old as he feels. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7230. 



417. Nov. 20, 1946. Sergeant Snafu. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7231. 

418. Nov. 27, 1946. No heart so lonely. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7232. 

419. Dec. 4, 1946. Without appoint- 
ment. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7233. 

420. Dec. 11, 1946. Cupid in bobby 
sox. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7234. 

421. Dec. 18, 1946. Two too many. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7235. 

422. Dec. 25, 1946. So you don't 
believe in Christmas. © lc 26Jan47; 
D unp. 7236. 

423. Jan. 1, 1947. Diagnosis. © lc 
26Jan47; D unp. 7237. 

424. Jan. 8, 1947. Cross-country 
wedding. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 
7238. 

425. Jan. 15, 1947. Bewitched. © lc 
26Jan47; D unp. 7239. 

426. Jan. 22, 1947. Manuel. © lc 
26Jan47; D unp. 7240. 

427. Jan. 29, 1947. Dr. Christian tells 
a lie. © lc 3jun47; D unp. 10136. 

428. Feb. 5, 1947. Guest from India. 
© lc 3jun47; D unp. 10135. 

429. Feb. 12, 1947. Aftermath. © lc 
3jun47; D unp. 10134. 

430. Feb. 19, 1947. Home is the son. 
© lc 3jun47; D unp. 10133. 

431. Feb. 26, 1947. The ring. © lc 
3jun47; D unp. 10132. 

432. Mar. 5, 1947. The mark of Buddha. 
© lc 3jun47; D unp. 10131. 

433. Mar. 12, 1947. Davey's in love. 
© lc 3jun47; D unp. 10130. 

434. Mar. 19, 1947. The ghost-ridden 
doctor. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10129. 

435. Mar. 26, 1947. The stone lions. 
© lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10128. 

436. Apr. 2, 1947. Party line. © lc 
3jun47; D unp. 10127. 

437. Apr. 9, 1947. The case of the 
twin keys. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10126. 

438. Apr. 16, 1947. Doctor's orders. 
© lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10125. 

439. Apr. 23, 1947. The silent Seymours. 
© lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10124. 

440. Apr. 30, 1947. Tombstone Tommie. 
© lc 3jun47; D unp. 10123. 

441. May 7, 1947. The silver lining. © 
lc 3jun47; D unp. 10122. 

442. May 14, 1947. Where there's 
smoke. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10121. 

443. May 21, 1947. The bright shield. 
© lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10120. 

444. May 28, 1947. Show me first your 
penny. © lc 3jun47; D unp. 10119. 



DOCTOR Christian meets the devil. 
Lechner, Michael. 



See 



DR. Christian tells a lie. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 427. 

DR. I. Q. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C. 
Grant. © Grant advertising, inc., Chi- 
cago. 

Dec. 30, 1946. © lc 29Dec46; C 1030. 
Jan. 6, 1947. © lc 4Jan47; C 1045. 
Jan. 13, 1947. © lc HJan47; C 1058. 
Jan. 20, 1947. © lc 19Jan47; C 1073. 
Jan. 27, 1947. © lc 25Jan47; C 1095. 
Feb. 3, 1947. © lc 2Feb47; C 1129. 
Feb. 10, 1947. © lc 8Feb47; C 1)55. 
Feb. 17, 1947. © lc 15Feb47; C 1178. 
Feb. 24, 1947. © lc 23Feb47; C 1189. 



Mar. 3, 1947. C lc 2Mar47; C 1200. 
Mar. 10, 1947. © lc 10Mar47; C 1237. 
Mar. 17, 1947. <S> lc 15Mar47; C 1259. 
Mar. 24, 1947. © lc 22Mar47, C 1283. 
Mar. 31, 1947. <u lc 30Mar47; C 1298. 
Apr. 7, 1947. © lc 5Apr47; C 1312. 
Apr. 14, 1947. © lc 12Apr47; C 1345. 
Apr. 21, 1947. © lc 19Apr47; C 1368. 
Apr. 28, 1947. © lc 26Apr47; C 1376. 
May 5, 1947. © lc 3May47; C 1394. 
May 12, 1947. © lc 10May47; C 1429. 
May 19, 1947. © lc 18May47; C 1434. 
May 26, 1947. © lc 24May47; C 1440. 
June 2, 1947. © lc 4Jun47; C 1459. 
June 9, 1947. © lc 7Jun47; C 1462. 
June 16, 1947. © lc 14Jun47; C 1479. 
June 23, 1947. © lc 26Jun47; C 1503. 

THE DOCTOR in spite of himself. See 
Molie're, Jean Baptiste Poquelin. 

DR. JEKYLL and Mr. Hyde. See Weiler, 
Erich. 

DOCTOR Mike. See Reader's digest- 
radio edition, no. 61. 

THE DOCTOR of Lennox. See Reader's 
digest—radio edition, no. 67. 

DR. Parker presents Out of the dark. See 
Out of the dark. 

THE DR. Stefan program. See Schaber, 
Eric Carl. 

DR. Warren Curtis— psychoanalyst. See 
Sokolove, Benjamin Lawrence. 

DOCTOR Weird. See Rupp, Edward D. 

DOCTORS are people. See Davis, Claire 
H. 

DOCTOR'S orders. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 438. 

DOES anyone here speak English? See 
Morrow, Timothy T. 

A DOG'S life. See 
Rieck, Milton A. 
Wallen, Van. 

DOLBIER, MAURICE. 
The gay occupation, a two-act comedy. 
© Maurice Dolbier, Riverside, R. I.; 
lc 13Mar47; D unp. 8109. 

DOLLAR diplomacy. See Newman, Paul 
Sylvan. 

DOLLARS to donuts. See Padwe, Frank. 

DON Juan. See 
Bertuch, Max. Damit die baeume 

nicht in den himmel wachsen. 
Hoel, Sigurd. 

DON McGibeny story. See The Adven- 
turers' club, Mar. 29, 1947. 

DONALD, ISABEL MILLER. 
Who laughs last, a comedy in three acts, 
by Isabel Mirell [pseud.] ©Isabel 
M. Donald, Los Angeles; lc 14Jan47; 
D unp. 6915. 

DONATH, STELLA MARIE. 
Run sheep run, a comedy in three acts. 



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© Stella Marie Donath, Chicago; lc 
14Mar47; D unp. 8108. 

DONIZETTI, GAETANO. 
L'elisir d'amore, source title. See 
Gallagher, Charles Wilson. No 
quacks, doctor. 

DONNELLY, HUGH ROBERT ALLEN. 
The sacred flame, an original dramatic- 
musical three act stage play. Text 
only. © Hugh Robert Allen Donnelly, 
Christchurch, N. Z.; lc 12Mar47; 
D unp. 8955. 

DONNELLY, THOMAS LENNON. 
The jade elephants. A play in two 
scenes. © Thomas Lennon Donnelly, 
New Haven; lc 15Apr47; D unp. 9,54. 

DON'T dance on my grave. See Inner 
sanctum, May 5, 1947. 

DON'T tell the old man. See Pride, Leo 
Bryan. 

DONWALL ADVERTISING AGENCY. 
Highway of melody. See Cummings, 
Donald McCloy. 

DOORWAY. See Wolkow, Lee Ruth. 

THE DOORWAY to the world. See 
The eternal light, no. 114. 

DOPEY driver, safety announcements. 
See Ross, Arthur Mitchell. 

DORIS. See 
Jacobs, Jack. 
Thiebaut, Marcel. 

DORN, HERMAN WILLIAM. 
The nutritive aspects of the amino acids. 
48 leaves. Address. © Herman William 
Dorn, Toledo; lc 24Jan47; C 1094. 

DORREY, CHARLES. 
On your way. See Shardell, Paul. 

DORRITY, EDWARD G. 
The axeman's jazz. Radio script. © 

Radio package features, New Orleans; 

lc 21Dec46; D unp. 7185. 
The case of Tom Marshall. Radio play. 

© Edward G. Dorrity, New Orleans; lc 

21Dec46; D unp. 7181. 
The man who wouldn't vote. Radio script. 

© Radio package features, New Orleans; 

lc 21Dec46; D unp. 7183. 
The true Hebert story. Radio script. © 

Radio package features, New Orleans; 

lc 21Dec46; C 1100. 
The union primer. Radio script. ©Radio 

package features, New Orleans; lc 

21Dec46; C 1098. 

DOSTOEVSKU, FEDOR MIKHAILOVICH. 
The idiot. See Ben -Ami, Jacob. 

DOUBLE date. See^ Stell, Ann. 

THE DOUBLE heart. See_ Daly, Tom. 

DOUBLE trouble. See Goldstein, Eugene H. 

THE DOUBLE-HEADED dragon. See 
Broadhurst, Iva. 

DOUGH-crazy. See Elser, Donald. 



DOUGHERTY, WILLIAM LOWELL. 
Two wings for to fly with, a one act 
play. © William Lowell Dougherty, 
Hartford; lc 14Apr47; D unp. 8721. 

DOUGLAS, CYNTHIA, pseud. See 
Martin, Donnis. 

DOUGLAS, GEORGE DEWEY. 
The Creator's workshop, including a 
trip thru Hawaii National park, 
with two lectures. © George D. 
Douglas, Lancaster, Calif.; lc each 
lMar47; part 1, C 1321; part 2, 
C 1320. 

DOUGLASS, ELISHA P. 

The adoption of the Declaration of 

Independence, a radio script. © 

Louis Victor Valente, Hamden, 

Conn.; lc 17Feb47; D unp. 7638. 

DOWLING, JENNETTE. 
Sunday afternoon. A play in one scene. 
© Jennette Bowling, New York; 20Jan47; 
D pub. 8790. 

DOWN happiness lane. See Sherman, 
Alice Ella. 

DOWN in Chicago. See Campbell, Isabelle 
B. 

DOWN the high road. See Lewis, Philip. 

DOWNEY, JOSEPH AUGUSTINE. 
The silver bonus all American award. 
A radio program, broadcast Feb. 27, 
1947. © Joseph Augustine Downey, 
Ontario, Calif.; lc 4Mar47; C 1202. 

DOWNING, ROBERT. 
Swords and petticoats, a book for a play 
with music by Robert Downing and 
Gordon Peters. In two acts. © Robert 
Downing, Marion, la.; lc HJun47; 
Dunp. 10279. 

DOWNTON, WILLIAM. 
WiUiam Shakespeare, gentleman; a play 
in three acts. © William Downton, 
Swarthmore, Pa.; lc 6May47; D unp. 
9177. 

DOYLE, THOMAS HENRY. 
Surplus profits. Radio play in two acts. 
© Thomas Henry Doyle, Jr., Philadel- 
phia; lc 8Mar47; D unp. 798<i. 

DRAKE, CONSTANCE. 
So merrily we sail, a musical play in two 
acts, by Constance Drake and Joe Erens. 
Text only. © Constance Drake, New 
York; lc 12Feb47; D unp. 7579. 

DRAKE, GERTRUDE GEORGINA. 
Philip of Macedon, a tragedy in four 
acts. © Gertrude Georgina Drake, 
Chassell, Mich.; lc 21Apr47; D unp. 
8860. 

DRAMA GUILD PUBLISHERS. 
House for sale haunted. See Tobias, 
Jay. 

DRAMA of every day life, no. 1. See 
Gabriel, Enoch H. How to win and" re- 
tain a husband. 



DRAMATIC art gallery of masterpiece 
paintings. See Armstrong, Alta Flor- 
ence. The three graces. 

DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY. 
Town Hall revue. See Kaser, Arthur 

Le Roy. 
Vandy and the Doodlebug. See Martens, 

Anne Coulter. 
Wildcat Willy and the bearded lady. See 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 

DRAPER, WALT. 
Pick your winner, a farce comedy in 
three acts. © Walt Draper, Urbana, 
111.; lc 10Apr47; D unp. 8667. 

DRAYTON, ALLAN OSCAR. 
Hannah, maid of Israel; love vanquishes 
an overwhelming greed. A play in three 
acts. © Allan Oscar Drayton, Chicago; 
lc 12Mar47; D unp. 8034. 

DREAM in the snow. See Albright, John 
Lord. 

A DREAM is life. See Grillparzer, 
Franz. 

DREAM stuff. See Cerrone, Jean B. 

THE DREIDLACH that wouldn't spin. 
See Blank, Irwin M. 

THE DRESS and the woman. See Bush- 
nell, Adelyn. Eight radio plays. 

DRESS rehearsal at five. See Stell, Ann. 

DREW, BERNARD. 
Drown my glory. See Goodman, Abby. 

DREY, WALTER. 
Neighbor, neighbor, a comedy in three 
acts. © Walter Drey, New York; 
lc 31Aug44;D unp. 6732. 

DRISCOLL, DAVID. See Young Dr. 
Malone . 

DROWN my glory. See Goodman, Abby. 

DRUG clerk's lament. See McAtee, John 
Benjamin. 

DRUMM, RUSSELL M. 
52-20 or fight, a one -act melodrama. 
© Russell M. Drumm, Syracuse, N. Y.; 
lc 7Feb47; D unp. 7472. 

DRYER, SHERMAN H. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

DUCOVNY, ALLEN. 
Highway patrol, radio program no. 17. © 

Allen Ducovny, Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 

6Feb47; D unp. 7452. 
State police, a radio program. © Allen 

Ducovny, Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 21Jan47; 

D unp. 7025. 
This is your state police. Radio script. © 

Allen Ducovny, Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 

6Feb47; D unp. 7451. 

DUCREUX, LOUIS. 
Un souvenir d'ltalie; piece en trois actes. 

© Louis Ducreux, Neuilly, France; lc 

22Jan47; D unp. 7052. 
Un souvenir d'ltalie, comedie en trois 

actes, creee au Theatre ae 1'Oeuvre, 






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le 6 avril 1946. (In Les coeuvres 
libres. Nouvelle s<Tr., no. 11 (237) 
Paris, Librairie Arthe"me Fayard 

[1946J 19cm. p. [251J-318. © 
Louis Ducreux, Neuilly, France; 
ljul46; lc 22Jan47; D pub. 7422. 



DUE dozzine di rose scarlatte. 
Benedetti, Aldo de. 



See 



A DUEL for the Cisco Kid. See The Cis- 
co Kid, no. 140A. 

THE DUENNA. See Blitzstein, Marc. 
Betrothal in a convent. 

DUERRENMATT, FRIEDRICH. 
Die wiedertaeuier. 133 leaves. © 
Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland; lc 6Feb47; D unp. 7542. 

DUFF, RAMSAY. 
Xingabru. See Jameson, John. 

DUKE, ALVAH C. 
Bringing up Butch; written for radio. © 
Alvah C. Duke, Richmond; lc each 
27Mar47. 

1. School episode. D unp. 8367. 

2. Farm episode. D unp. 8368. 

DULUD, MICHEL. 

Tous les deux; comedie en quatre actes. 
© Michel Dulud, Paris; lc 22Jan47; 
D unp. 7060. 

Tous les deux, comedie en quatre actes. 
Illustrations de Raymond Erny. Paris, 
Editions Max Cealis [1947] 130 p. 
illus., port. 19cm. © Editions Max 
Ce"alis, Paris; 19Feb47; D pub. 10328. 

THE DUMB egg. See Herst, Gladys H. 

DUNBAR, BARRE. 
The smart set, a lady of fashion; a comic 
opera in three acts. Book, music and 
lyrics by Barre Dunbar and John Jason 
Shubert. Text only. © Producing 
associates, inc., New York; lc 16Apr47; 
D unp. 9434. 



DUNCAN, JOEL. 
Oh my darling. See 
Lesser. 



Duncan, Fhiline 



DUNCAN, PHILINE LESSER. 
Oh my darling, a dramatic -comedy in 
two acts, by Philine and Joel Duncan. 
© Joel and Philine Lesser (Duncan), 
New York; lc 13Mar47; D unp. 8078. 

DUNHAM, ETHEL MORGAN. 
Pseudo secrets, a play in three acts. 
© (Mrs. LA.) Ethel Morgan Dunham, 
Loxley, Ala.; lc 21Mar47; D unp. 8873. 

DUN LEAVAY, CHARLES A. 
For the love of heaven, by Charles A. 
Dun Leavay and Don Sheldon. Radio 
script. © Donald Sheldon and Charles 
A. Dun Leavay, New York; lc lMay47; 
D unp. 9401. 

DUNN, MAURICE TEI. 

The cabalist of Dorrance, a poetic fan- 
tasy. In three parts. © Maurice Tei 
Dunn, Chicago; lc 14Apr47; D unp. 8731. 

Round robin. A comedy in one act. © 
Maurice Tei Dunn, Chicago; lc 14Apr47; 
D unp. 8732. 



DUNNING, PHILIP HOWARD. 
Songs of faith. Radio script, no. 1. 
w Philip Howard Dunning, Syracuse, 
N. Y.; lc 23May47; D unp. 10317. 

DU PONT DE NEMOURS (E.I.) AND 

COMPANY. 

Abigail opens the White House. See 
Kent, Friscilla. 

Builder of the Soo. See Peters, Paul. 

A chance for Jimmy. See Barnouw, 
Erik. 

Flying Tigers fly again. See Amoury, 
Daisy. 

Man against the mountain. See Wood- 
man, Ruth. 

The man who stepped aside. See Higley, 
Philo. 

The mail with green fingers. See Hughes, 
Russell S. 

Mr. Pullman's palace car. See Peters, 
Paul. 

Parade. See Kent, Priscilla. 

The Pinkerton man. See Hughes, Rus- 
sell S. 

The prairie burner. See Walsh, Henry. 

The stirring blood. See Miller, Sig- 
mund. 

The voice of the wizard. See Barnouw, 
Erik. 

Wings to glory. See Richards, Walter 
"Hank." 

The woman on Lime Rock. See Wood- 
man, Ruth. 

DURLAND, EDNA. See Carland, Helen. 

DUST. See Heagy, Harold James. 

DUTHIE, HERMINE. 
The festered lily, a drama in three acts. 
New York, Play club, cl946. 70 p. 
19cm. © Play club, inc., New Yorl.; 
28Dec46; D pub. 6779. 

DUVERNOIS, HENRI. 
Comedies en un acte, III. Paris, Flam- 
marion [1946] 190 p. 19cm. Contents. 
— On est bien ici. — Trio.— L 'ilote ivre. 
— Suivie. — L 'absence. — Anticipation. © 
Ernest Flammarion, Paris; 5Dec46; 
D pub. 8192. 

DYNAMITE, limited. See Stang, Sara K. 



EACH and every year. See Uren, Bertram 
Thomas. 

EADIE, MARIAN RAKER. 
He who laughs last. A play in three 
scenes. © Marian. Raker Eadie, Allen- 
town, Pa.; lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8800. 

THE EAGER beaver. See Foulk, Robert C. 

THE EAGLE'S brood. See Shayon, Robert 
Lewis. 

EARLY Evanston and the organization of 
Fort Dearborn chapter of the Daughters 
of the American Revolution. See Reel- 
ing, Viola Crouch. 

EARLY history of Greene County, Penn- 
sylvania, with special reference to the 
Muddy Creek area. See Leckey, 
Howard L. 



THE EARS of an ass. See Porter, 
Rose Albert. 

THE EARTH remains. See Gross, 
David K. 

EAST and West. See Kazanjian, Nuber. 

EASTER Bunny. See Foojie and the 
magic harp. 

EASTER in Glendale. See Sullivan, 
Charles K. 

EASTER morning. See Epstein, Her- 
man. 

EASTER show 1947. See Calling all 
girls club. 

EASTER tidings. See Hark, Mildred. 

EASTERLIN, MALCOLM. 
Interim, a play in three acts. © Mal- 
colm Easterlin, Washington; lc 
24Feb47; D unp. 7696. 

EASTERN claimant. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2247-1472. 

Easton, Sidney. 

Oneway street, an original radio play. 
© Sidney Easton, Corona, N. Y.; lc 
23May47; D unp. 9602. 

Uncle Eph at the U. N. A dramatic com- 
position in two scenes. © Sidney Easton, 
Corona, N. Y.; lc 10Jan47; D unp. 6854. 

EASY exit. See Lindley, Elizabeth Valrose. 

EASY money. See 
Kahn, Morton L. 
Pollock (Julian G.) company. 

EATON, ELINOR. 
Whee madame. See De Perhach, Sylvia. 

EATOUGH, H. Campbell. 
Quizzing America, a radio quiz program. 
© H. Campbell Eatough, Cambridge, 
Mass.; lc 2Feb47; C 1120. 

EBLE, FRANK X. A. 
Love and crime in art. Movie script. 
© Frank X. A. Eble, Washington; lc 
18Mar47; D unp. 8139. 

EBONY locks. See Black, Barbara Jean. 

ECCLESINE, JOSEPH. 
Anniversary shower. See Fairbanks, 
William. 

ECCLESINE, JOSEPH A. 
The tune-duster, a radio program, script 
no. 1. © Joseph A. Ecclesine, Portchester, 
N. Y.; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8635. 

ECHOES of mercy. See Wilson, Harry 
David. 

ECHOES OF NEW YORK. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. >v McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 

5. Oct. 29, 1946. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 

7254. 
6-12. Nov. 12, 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 

24, 1946. © lc each 26Jan47; Dunp. 



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7256-7262. 

13. Jan. 9, 1947. © lc 26Jan47; Dunp. 
7263. 

14. Jan. 16, 1947. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 
7255. 

15-19. Jan. 23, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 20, 1947. 

© lc each 28Feb47; D unp. 7934-7938. 
20-25. Feb. 27, Mar. 6, 13, 20, 27, Apr. 

3, 1947. © lc each 3Jun47; D unp. 

10137-10142. 

ECKERT, WILLIAM S. 
Are you out of sorts? A 1 -minute play- 
let for presentation on the air by stand- 
ard commerical radio stations, by Bill 
Seymour [pseud. j © William S. Eckert, 
jr., Chicago; lc 19May47; D unp. 9305. 

THE ECONOMIC and social aspects of the 
helicopter. See Ranson, Charles Warren. 

EDDIE. See Stewart, Andrew James. 

THE EDDIE BRACKEN SHOW. (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Edward 
V. Bracken, unless otherwise indicated. 
© Bracken productions, inc., Hollywood. 

12-13. Dec. 15, 22, 1946. By George 
Hope and Edward V. Bracken. © lc 
each 29Dec46; D unp. 6740, 6741. 

14. Dec. 29, 1946. © lc 7Jan47; Dunp. 
6835. 

15. Jan. 5, 1947. © lc 15Jan47; D unp. 
6985. 

16. Jan. 12, 1947. © lc 20Jan47; D unp. 
7044. 

17. Jan. 19, 1947. © lc 27Jan47; D unp. 
7176. 

18. Jan. 26, 1947. By Robert Riley 
Crutcher, revised by Edward V. Brack- 
en. © lF^b47; Dunp. 7351. 

19. Feb. 2, 1947. © lc 9Feb47, D unp. 
7519. 

20. Feb. 9, 1947. © lc 17Feb47; D unp. 
7655. 

21. Feb. 16, 1947. © lc 25Feb47; 
D unp. 7711. 

22. Feb. 23, 1947. © lc 4Mar47; D unp. 
7880. 

23. Mar. 2, 1947. © lc 10Mar47;D unp. 
8033. 

24. Mar. 9, 1947. © lc 16Mar47; D unp. 
8170. 

25. Mar. 16, 1947. © lc 25Mar47; Dunp. 
8269. 

26. Mar. 23, 1947. © lc 5Apr47; D unp. 
8531. 

EDDIE Cantor's fool days. See^ Cantor, 
Eddie. 

EDDIE Cantor's school days. See Cantor, 
Eddie. 

EDDY Regent. See Ball, Everett Loran. 

EDELSTEIN, ARTHUR ERNEST. 
A sucker for blondes, by Alan Wayne 
[pseud.] A radio script. © Arthur 
Edelstein, Philadelphia; lc 8May47; 
D unp. 9<i61. 

THE EDEN rose. See Anderson, Robert 
Woodruff. 

EDGAR Allan Poe. See O'Shaughnessy, 
Michael. 



EDGE, EARNEST CARL. 
Off key, a musical in two acts. Libretto 
by Ernie Edge, words and music by 
Ramon Elias. © Earnest Carl Edge, 
Lumberport, W. Va. and Ramon Jan 
Elias, Cleveland; lc 6Jun47; D unp. 
1206. 

EDGE formation. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

THE EDGE of the sword. See Bellak, 
George . 

EDGED with sharp laughter. See 
Wittels, Herbert G. 

EDITION TURICAPHON A. G. 
Der revisor. See Benatzky, Ralph. 

EDITIONS DENOEL. 
L'honorable Monsieur Pepys. See 
Couturier, Georges. 

EDITIONS FRANCOIS BORG. See Borg, 
Francois. 

Editions max cealis. see Ce'aiis, 

Max (Editions) 

Editions mermod. 

Oedipe roi. See Sophocles. 
Promethee enchafne. See Aeschylus. 

Editions royalty. 

Cinq pieces gaies. See Mouezy-Eon, 
Andre. 

EDIZIONI HESPERIA. 
Awentura in rosa e blu. See Valente, 
Clemente. 

EDUARDO. See Filippo, Eduardo de. 

EDUCATION for marriage. See Al- 
bright, John Lord. 

EDWARDS, TOMMY. 
Who is Tommy Edwards? or, Paging 
Tommy Edwards. Dramatic sketch. 
1 leaf. © Tommy Edwards, New York; 
lc 21Mar47; D unp. 8208. 

EDWARDS MUSIC COMPANY. 
Myrna,the mermaid. See Kaye, Billy. 

EFFECTS of high pressure. See Bridg- 
man, Percy W. 

EFRON. MORRIS. 
There s always somebody else, by Morry 
Efron. A play in three acts. © Morris 
Efron, New York; lc 24Jun47; D unp. 
10391. 

THE EGG and I. See Lux radio theatre, 
May 5, 1947. 

THE EGOIST. See McKinley, Edwin. 

EHLERS, WILLARD A. 
Adventures of the Snoopy Seven. A play 
in two scenes. © Willard A. Ehlers, 
jr., La Mesa, Calif.; lc 23Apr47; 
D unp. 8891. 
Grossmont comedy no. 1 . A play in two 
scenes. © Willard Arthur Ehlers, jr., 
La Mesa, Calif.; lc 28Mar47; D unp. 
8354. 



La Mesa comedy no. 1; or, Boy crazy. 
A play in two scenes. © Willard A. 
Ehlers, jr., La Mesa, Calif.; lc 
7Apr47; D unp. 8497. 



EHRLICH, MAX. 
detective . 



See Nick Carter, master 



EICHELBAUM, SAMUEL. 
Lost face; drama in one prologue and 
three acts, by Samuel Eichelbaum; 
English version by Louis Nesbit. © 
Louis Nesbit, Syracuse, N. Y.; lc 
12Apr47; Dunp. 8773. 

EIGHT radio plays. See Bushnell, Adelyn. 

EISENSTEIN, IRA. 
The seven golden buttons. See Eisen- 
stein, Judith Kaplan. 

EISENSTEIN, JUDITH KAPLAN. 
The seven golden buttons, a legend with 
music, by Judith K. and Ira Eisenstein. 
New York, Jewish reconstructionist 
foundation, cl947. 40 p. 32cm. © 
Judith K. and Ira Eisenstein, New 
York; lApr47; D pub. 1182. 

EISGRAU, ABRAM W. 
Engel, a play in three acts. © Abram 
W. Eisgrau, New York; lc 20Dec46; 
D unp. 6961. 

ELDIN, ZAKY. 
The fisherman and the jinni. See 
The Columbia workshop, May~26, 1946. 

ELDRIDGE, HARMON ARNOLD. 
W-a-t-a-m-a-n- Pinkus, a three act 
comedy. © Harmon Arnold Eldridge, 
Los Angeles; lc 21Apr47; D unp. 9168. 

ELDRIDGE ENTERTAINMENT HOUSE, 
INC. 
Along came a blackbird. See Hopper, 

Virginia Shearer. 
The clothespin dolls. See Ashton, Leonora 

Sill. 
A dog's life. See Wallen, Van. 
Dough-crazy. See Elser, Donald. 
Grandpa hangs the holly. See Elser, 

Donald. 
Juke box. See Kotz, Kathleen Murphy. 
Leave it to the girls. See Stone, James 

Floyd. 
The lights of Christmas. See Asbrand, 

Karin. 
Little Elmer's photo. See Hall, John 

Davidson. 
A modern Christmas carol. Se-. Gross, 

Marie. 
One clear bright star. See Holloway, 

Pearl. 
Solo flight for Joan. See Hanson, Meyer. 
Star of light. See Asbrand, Karin. 
Too sweet for sixteen. See Stone, 

James Floyd. 
The white lawn. See Busfield, Roger M. 

ELEGY in the night. See The Sheriff, 
no. 126. 

ELEMENTARY hand sewing. See Yates, 
Peter Andrew. Instructions for manu- 
facturing, tailoring alterations, etc., 
no. 1. 

ELEMENTS of systematic social science. 
See Haskell, Edward F. 



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ELEVEN against the Nazi A-bomb. See 
Reader's digest — radio edition, no. 
59. 

ELEVEN lives of Leo. See Shiffrin, A. B. 

ELIAS, RAMON JAN. 
Off key. See Edge, Earnest Carl. 

L'ELISIR d'amore, source title. See 
Gallagher, Charles Wilson. No quacks, 
doctor. 

ELIZABETH refuses. See Macnamara, 
Margaret. 

ELUNGBURGH, CECIL. 
Song of the Chattahoochee. Se£ Johnson, 
Nunnally. 

ELLIOT, ELAINE. 
Bonfire, a play in three acts, by Elaine 
Elliot and Abraham Mandelstam, from 
a novel by Dorothy Canfield. © Elaine 
Elliot and Abraham Mandelstam, 
New York; lc 24May47; D unp. 9381. 

ELLIOT, RAND. 
Lulu's little man, a farce in three acts. 
© Rand Elliot, New York; lc 7May47; 
D unp. 9176. 

ELLIS, STUART. See Abraham, Stuart 
Ellis. 

ELLSWORTH, EDITH. 
Were you there when they crucified 
my Lord? See Willis, Edith H. 

ELMER of Times Square. See Turner, E. 
Alfred. 

ELMORE, NELLIE L. 
The Light. A missionary playlet. 
Washington, A.M. E. Zion church 
[1947] cover-title [7] p. port. 25cm. 
© Nellie L. Elmore, Atmore, Ala.; 
8May47; D pub. 9642. 

ELOISE. See The Sheriff, no. 137. 

ELSER, DONALD. 

Balcony scene, a drama in one act for 
four men and four women. Evanston, 
111., Row Peterson [1947] 29 p. 21cm. 
© Row Peterson and co., Evanston, 
111.; 7Jan47; D pub. 10192. 

Dough-crazy, a farce in three acts, by 
Don Elser. Franklin, O., Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, «inc; [etc., 1946] 
79 p. 19cm. (Eldridge hi-test non- 
royalty plays) © Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O.; 8Jul46; 
D pub. 7189. 

Grandpa hangs the holly, a play in three 
acts, by Don Elser. Franklin, O., El- 
dridge entertainment house, inc. [etc., 
1946] 72 p. 19cm. (An Eldridge 3-act 
play) © Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc.; 4Sep46; D pub. 7202. 

ELSIE Kober, case history of . See Out 
of the dark. 

ELSNER, BEATRIZ HENRIETTA. 
Hy-speed typewriting technique. Lecture. 
© Beatriz Henrietta Eisner, Chicago; 
lc 4Jun47; C 1497. 



THE ELVES and the shoemaker. See 
Tully, Nora. 

THE EMBARRASSED ghost. See Curtiss, 
Patricia. 

THE EMERALD eye. See Whitney, 
Charles O. Montezuma. 

EMERSON, EDWARD. 
Progressively yours, an American comedy 
in three ucts, by Edward Emerson and 
Charles Williams. © Edward Emerson 
and Charles B. Williams, Los Angeles; 
lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7269. 

EMERSON, JOHN L. 
I'll wait for you, a romantic play in 
three acts. © John L. Emerson, Hobbs, 
N! M.; lc 8Feb47; D unp. 7525. 

EMMONS, DEL LA GOULD. 
The settler turns the trick, a play in six 

scenes. © Delia Gould Emmons, Tacoma; 

lc 16Dec46; D unp. 7319. 
The traitor of Astoria, a play in five scenes. 

© Delia Gould Emmons, Tacoma, Wash.; 

lc 16Dec46; D unp. 7318. 
A Yankee wins; or, The discovery of the 

Columbia River. A play in four acts. © 

Delia Gould Emmons, Tacoma; lc 

16Dec46; D unp. 7320. 

EMORY, CLAIRE LEWIS. 
The birth of an idea. Radio script. © 
Claire Lewis Emory, Stamford, Conn.; 
lc 26Feb47; D unp. 7752. 

EMORY UNIVERSITY, ATLANTA. LIBRARY. 
King Linkum the first. See Hewitt, John 
Hill. 

EMORY UNIVERSITY LIBRARY. See 
Emory University, Atlanta. Library. 

EMOTIONS. See Hausman, Leon. 

THE EMPEROR'S baton. See The adven- 
tures of Frank Merriwell, no. 23. 

THE EMPEROR'S mime. See Simetti, Otto. 

THE EMPEROR'S new clothes. See 
Jonas, Ann Hubert. 

EMPIRE PRODUCING COMPANY. 
Fun for you. See Allen, Wayne. 

EMPLOYMENT. See Hall, Herbert 
Darling. Inside industry, no. 2. 

THE EMPRESS of the twentieth century. 
See Middlebrook, Douglas Percival. 

THE EMPTY years. See Rotter, Fritz. 

ENCHANTED forest. See Foojie and the 
magic harp. 

ENCHANTED garden. See Seward, Al- 
fred E. 

THE ENCHANTED patio. See Brus, 
Dorothy. 

ENCYCLOPEDIA Ferrantica. See 
Powers, Winona L. 

END of a season. See Goldsmith, 
Gloria. 



AN END to hiding. See Goldman, Aaron. 

THE ENEMY and the Cisco Kid. See 
The Cisco Kid, no. 143A. 

ENERGY and the development of civili- 
zation. See White, Leslie A. 

ENGEL, SAMUEL SANFORD. 
From distant shores, a play in three 
acts. © Samuel Sanford Engel, Brook- 
lyn; lc 3Mar47; D unp. 7850. 

ENGEL. See Eisgrau, Abram W. 

ENGLAND, CHESTER. 
Whitehall 1212, a radio play by Chester 
and Julia England. © Chester and Julia 
England, North Hollywood, Calif.; lc 
23Doc46; D unp. 6968. 

ENGLAND, JULIA. 
Whitehall 1212. See England, Chester. 

ENGLER, BRUNO. 
Der kleine star. See Lichtenberg, 
Wilhelm. 

EPHRON, HENRY. 
The golden bill. See Ephron, Phoebe. 

EPHRON, PHOEBE. 
The golden hill, a new comedy in three 
acts, by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. © 
Phoebe Ephron and Henry Ephron, 
New York; lc 18Jan47; D unp. 7032. 

EPSTEIN, HERMAN. 
Easter morning; drama in three acts. 
© Herman Epstein, Flushing, N. Y.; 
lc 27May47; D unp. 10081. 

EPSTEIN, MORRIS. 
Listen to a story from the Bible. No. 1 . 
The story of the ten plagues. A radio 
program. © Morris Epstein, New York; 
lc 3Jun47; D unp. 9510. 

ERASING the question mark. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 



ERENS, JOE. 
So merrily we sail. 



See Drake, Constance. 



ERICKSON, JANE MARY. 
Porcupine steaks, a play in one act. © 

Jane Mary Erickson, Oswego, Or.; lc 

4Feb47; D unp. 7349. 
A thread of scarlet, a play in seven scenes 

with epilogue. © Jane Mary Erickson, 

Oswego, Or.; lc 8Jun47; D unp. 10160. 
The winning suit, a one -act play. © Jane 

Mary Erickson, Oswego, Or.; lc 18Feb47; 

D unp. 7616. 

ERICKSON, JULIUS. 
The speaking deadl Film script. © 
Julius Erickson, Kansas City, Mo.; lc 
19Mar47; D unp. 8750. 

ERNST, JESSIE. 
Bug-a-boo, a play in three acts by Jessie 
Ernst and Maurice Dekobra. © Jessie 
Ernst and Maurice Dekobra, New York; 
lc 8Jun47; D unp. 10233. 

ERNY, RAYMOND. 
Tous les deux. See Dulud, Michel. 



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ERSKINE, LAURIE YORK. 
Out of the blue, a comedy in three 
acts. © Laurie York Erskine, 
New York; lc 5Jun47; D unp. 9533. 



ESCAPADE. 
Woodrow . 



See Mitchell, Eugene 



ESSERE. See_ Chiarelli, Luigi. 

ESSMAN, MANUEL. 
Wham panoram combined with the 
great television bazaar. A scenario 
and plan for a series of television 
broadcasts. © Manuel Essman, 
New York; lc 29Dec46; C 1110. 

ESTHER. See Hochwaelder, Fritz. 

ESTOPPEY, GEORGES. 
Adam and Eve. Lecture. ©Georges 
Estoppey, New York; lc 15Mar47; 
C 1322. 
The ghost of Waterbury; or, The 
Waterbury ghost. Lecture. © 
Georges Estoppey, New York; lc 
15Mar47; C 1323. 

ETCHMIADZIN. See Boyajian, Zabelle 
C. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. (Radio program) 
Chapters written for this series of 
broadcasts are by various authors. 
© Jewish theological seminary of 
America, New York. 

80. May 19, 1946. A pity for the 

living, by Morton Wishengrad. © 

3jun46; D pub. 8160. 
85. June 23, 1946. For a suit of new 

clothes, by Morton Wishengrad. © 

ljul46; D pub. 8161. 

87. July 7, 1946. The wise men of 
Chelm, by Milton Wayne. © 10Jul46; 
D pub. 8162. 

88. July 14, 1946. The wandering of 
the little melody, by Milton Wayne. © 
17Jul46; D pub. 8163. 

89. July 21, 1946. Job - parti, by 
Virginia Wells. © 31Jul46; D pub. 
8164. 

91. Aug. 4, 1946. Athalie, by Harold 
Rosenberg. © 7Aug46; D pub. 8165. 

92. Aug. 12, 1946. The would-be 
pauper, by Harold Rosenberg. © 
15Aug46; D pub. 8166. 

93. Aug. 18, 1946. Nathan the wise, 
by Gotthold E. Lessing; radio 
adaptation by Ben Kagan. © 21Aug46; 
D pub. 8167. 

94. Aug. 25, 1946. I believe, I believe; 
by Norman Rosten. © 25Sep46; D pub. 
8168. 

98. Sep. 22, 1946. Chronicle of the 
dead, by Milton Wayne. © 25Sep46; 
D pub. 8169. 

102. Oct. 20, 1946. Isaiah and the 
United Nations, by Stanley H. Silver- 
man. © 4Nov46; D pub. 8l43. 

104. Nov. 3, 1946. The broken Sab- 
bath of Rabbi Asher, by .Morton 
Wishengrad. © 18Nov46; D pub. 8142. 

105. Nov. 10, 1946. The third attribute, 
by Morton Wishengrad. © 18Nov46; 

D pub. 8144. 

106. Nov. 17, 1946. The four spinsters 
of Gimel, by Morton Wishengrad. © 
2Dec46; D pub. 8; 45. 

107. Nov. 24, 1946. How they knocked 



the devil out of Uncle Ezra, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © 9Dec46; 
D pub. 8146. 

108. Dec. 1, 1946. Jacob's ladder, 
by Morton Wishengrad. © 16Dec46; 
D pub. 8147. 

109. Dec. 8, 1946. The mark of Cain, 
by Morton Wishengrad. © 23Dec46; 
D pub. 8148. 

110. Dec. 15, 1946. American farmer, 
by Norman Rosten. © 30Dec46; Dpub. 
8149. 

112. Dec. 29, 1946. The girl without 
a name, by Morton Wishengrad. © 
6Jan47; D pub. 8150. 

113. Jan. 5, 1947. Lifeline, by Morton 
Wishengrad. © 13jan47; D pub. 8151. 

114. Jan. 12, 1947. The doorway to 

the world, by Arnold Perl. © 20Jan47; 
D pub. 8152. 

115. Jan. 19, 1947. The treasure, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © 27Jan47; D pub. 
8153. 

116. Jan. 26, 1947. A footnote to history, 
by Arnold Perl. © 3Feb47; D pub. 8154. 

117. Feb. 2, 1947. The thief and the 
hangman, by Morton Wishengrad. © 
10Feb47; D pub. 8155. 

118. Feb. 9, 1947. By my spirit, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © 17Feb47; 

D pub. 8156. 

119. Feb. 16, 1947. The legend of the 
mountain, by Morton Wishengrad. © 
24Feb47; D pub. 8157. 

120. Feb. 23, 1947. The song of Berdit- 
chev, by Morton Wishengrad. © 
3Mar47; D pub. 8158. 

121. Mar. 2, 1947. The man in the 
Touro infirmary, by Arnold Perl. © 
10Mar47; D pub. 8159. 

122. Mar. 9, 1947. An ordinary Megil- 
lah, by Arnold Perl. © 17Mar47; Dpub. 
10304. 

123. Mar. 16, 1947. Bilu, the badge of 
honor, by Arnold Perl. © 24Mar47; 
D pub. 10305. 

124. Mar. 23, 1947. The Tzaddick of 
Nurmberg, by Arnold Perl. © 
31Mar47; D pub. 10306. 

125. Mar. 30, 1947. The tender grass, 
by Morton Wishengrad. © 7Apr47; 

D pub. 10307. 

126. Apr. 13, 1947. Out of their bond- 
age, by Hedda Rosten. © 21Apr47; 

D pub. 10308. 

127. Apr. 20, 1947. A page from the 
song of songs, by Joseph Mindel. © 
28Apr47; D pub. 10309. 

128. Apr. 27, 1947. The price of liberty, 
by Arnold Perl. © 5May47; D pub. 
10310. 

129. May 4, 1947. The fiddle, by Arnold 
Perl. © 12May47; D pub. 10311. 

130. May 11, 1947. The swim, by Morton 
Wishengrad. © 19May47; D pub. 10312. 

131. May 18, 1947. The trolley Bible of 
the Broadway line, by Morton Wishen- 
grad. © 26May47; D pub. 10313. 

THE ETERNAL spirit. See Liberies, 
Joseph. 

L'ETOILE sans nom. See Bibesco, 
Antoine. 

EUGENIE. See_ Bertuch, Max. Damit die 
baeume nicht in den himmel wachsen. 

EUGENIE, imperatrice. See Maurette, 
Marcelle. 



EUNSON, DALE. 
Loco, a comedy in two acts, by Dale 
Eunson and Katherine Albert. © Dale 
Eunson and Katharine Albert, New York; 
lc HJan47; D unp. 7004. 
Shame the devil, a new play, by Dale Eun- 
son and Katherine Albert. In three acts. 
© Dale Eunson and Katherine Albert Eun- 
son, New York; lc 2May47; D unp. 9078. 

EUNSON, KATHERINE ALBERT. 
Loco. See Eunson, Dale. 
Shame the devil. See Eunson, Dale. 

L'£vANGILE d'un libre croyant. See 
Giran, Albert. 

EVANS, E. EYNON. 
Wishing well, a comedy [in three acts] 

London, French ltd.; [etc.] cl946. 104 p. 

diagr. 19cm. (French's acting edition) 

© E. Eynon Evans, Caerphilly, Wales; 

31Dec46; lc 3Apr47; D pub. 8446. 
Wishing well, a comedy [in three acts] 

London, French ltd.; [etc.] cl946. 104 p. 

diagr. 19cm. (French's acting edition) 

© E. Eynon Evans, Caerphilly, Eng.; 

31Dec46; lc 4Jun47; D pub. 9551. 

EVER since Eve. See Greene, Hazel. 

EVERLASTING life. See Ferguson, 
William Irwin. 

EVERY man has business. See Nelson, 
Mary Helen Lathrop. 

EVERYTHING for a mother. See Siegel, 
William. 

EVERYTHING happens at Hiram's. See 
Gorman, Richard Joseph. 

THE EVOLUTION of capitalism. See 
Moise, Ridgely. Steady work, no. 2. 

EVRARD, ROBERT. 
Le brigadier Poiluche. See Dewit, 

Henry. 
Deux jours de perm'. See Dewit, Henry. 

EXCUSE my French. See Zellers, 
Parker Richardson. 

EXERCISE bowler. See Atkinson, T. 

THE EXISTENTIALIST. See Weiner, Ira 
Leslie. 

EXIT from limbo. See Flender, Harold A. 

EXPERIMENT in living. See Tunick.Irve. 

EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN. (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © St. Georges & Keyes, inc., 
New York. 

Nov. 24, 1946. Psychosomatic medicine, 

by David and Judith Bublick. © lc 

7Jan47; D unp. 6843. 
Dec. 1, 1946. Shall I marry the girl? 

by Garret Porter. © lc 10Jan47; 

D unp. 6873. 
Dec. 8, 1946. Flying laboratory, by 

A. S. Ginnes. © lc 10Jan47; D unp. 

6874. 
Dec. 15, 1946. The miracle of you, by 

Peter Barry. © lc 10Jan47; D unp. 6875. 



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Dec. 22, 1946. Science highlights of 

1946, by Wentzle Ruml. © lc 

21Feb47; D unp. 7702. 
Dec. 29, 1946. Psychiatry in crime, 

by Kathleen PrindivUle. © lc 

21Feb47; D unp. 7703. 
Jan. 5, 1947. The big top, by Ernest 

Kinney. <&) lc 21Feb47; D unp. 7704. 
Jan. 12, 1947. Is your child normal, 

by Matila Simon. © lc 21Feb47; 

D unp. 7705. 
Jan. 19, 1947. The last goal, by Judith 

and David Bublick. © lc 21F^b47; 

D unp. 7706. 
Jan. 26, 1947. The flying bronco, by 

A. S. Ginnis. © lc 21Feb47; D unp. 

7707. 
Feb. 2, 1947. Hollywood feels your 

pulse, by Paul Milton. © lc 21Feb47; 

D unp. 7708. 
Feb. 9, 1946. Death on the assembly line, 

by A. S. Ginnis. © lc 25Feb47; Dunp. 

7751. 
Feb. 16, 1947. Love is a doctor, by 

Alvin Boretz. © lc 7Mar47; D unp. 

7967. 
Feb. 23, 1947. The lost hour, by Sher- 
man H. Dryer. © lc 7Mar47; D unp. 

7968. 
Mar. 2, 1947. Inferno U. S. A., by 

Dave and Judith Bublick. © lc 14Mar47; 

D unp. 8116. 
Mar. 9, 1947. Jungle death, by Margaret 

Lewerth. © lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8805. 
Mar. 16, 1947. The sky mystery, by 

Richard E. Forrest. © lc 18Apr47; 

D unp. 8806. 
Mar. 23, 1947. The supersonic plane, 

Richard Biow. © lc 21May47; D unp. 

9444. 
Mar. 30, 1947. Pay dirt, by Sherman 

H. Dryer productions. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9445. 
Apr. 6, 1947. Fury of man, by A. S. 

Ginnes. © lc 21May47; Dunp. 9446. 
Apr. 13, 1947. The crippler, by David 

Harmon. © lc 21May47; D unp. 9447. 
Apr. 20, 1947. The dark curtain, by 

Margaret Lewerth. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9448. 
Apr. 27, 1947. Rescue, by Paul Milton. 

© lc 21May47; D unp. 9449. 
May 4, 1947. The bells toll, by Joseph 

Mindel. © lc 21May47; D unp. 9450. 
May 11, 1947. Death and the laboratory, 

by Len Finger. & lc lljun47; D unp. 

9589. 
May 18, 1947. Shadow of love, by Richard 

Dana. © lc HJun47; D unp. 9582. 
May 25, 1947. Smoking, by Kathleen 

Prindiville. © lc HJun47; D unp. 9583. 
June 1, 1947. Sleep, by Sherman H. Dryer 

productions. © lc lljun47; D unp. 10276. 



EXPLORING the unknown. 
Robert David. 



See Steel, 



EXPLOSIVE cocktail. See Benault, Al. 

EXPOSE. See Lord, inc. 

EXTREMISTS. See Parke, Acle. 

EYEGLASSES. See Gosden, Freeman. 

F 

FABER, MAX. 
Miss Julia, by August Strindberg, adapted 
for the English stage by Max Faber. © 



Max Faber, Hove, Sussex, Eng.; lc 
16Jan47; D unp. 7439. 

THE FABULOUS doll. See Walker, Don. 

THE FACE of our continent. See Black- 
welder, Eliot. 

FACT and future. See Williams, Ralph 
Thomas. 

FACTICE. See Mougzy-Eon, Andre". 
Cinq pieces gaies. 

FACTORS of design and manufacture ... 
See Wurster, Alfred. 

FACTS of life. See Wright, Mary Mar- 
garet Ellen Magdalene. 

THE FAGGOTYS. See Mayer, David. 

FAIR and warmer. See The march of 
science. 

FAIR morning. See Shaw, Charles 
Richard. 

THE FAIR sex. See Barrie, Leslie. 

FAIRBANKS, WILLIAM. 
Anniversary shower, March 29, 1947. 
Audition script by William Fairbanks 
and Joseph Ecclesine. © William 
Fairbanks and Joseph Ecclesine, Sea 
Cliff, N. Y.; lc 17Apr47; D unp. 8986. 

THE FAIRY ring. See Corcoran, Robert 
John. 

FAITH is as a mustard seed. See The 
greatest story ever told, no. 6. 

THE FAKER and the pelican. See 
Davis, Everly Mahin. Mr. America 
meet Miss Russia. 

FALK, IRVING A. 
Ben Franklin, commissioner to France. 
A play in three acts. © Irving A. Falk, 
Paterson, N. J.; lc 20Feb47; D unp. 
7637. 

FALK, LEE HARRISON. 
Hero hill, a musical comedy. In two acts. 
Book and lyrics. © Lee Falk, New York; 
lc 23May47; D unp. 9*64. 

DE FALL ob' Jericho. See Payne, Margaret 
Christina. 

FALLIGANT, ANDREE. 
Not fair Verona, a play in three acts. © 
Andree Falligant, Houston, Tex.; lc 
24Jan47; D unp. 709l. 

THE FALSE beard. See Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 464. 

THE FALSE legacy. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2253-1478. 

FALSTEIN, MAURY. 
Night side. See Grueneberg, Richard. 

THE FAMILY doctor. See Chain, Hu. 

THE FAMILY wash. See Fleming, Nan. 

THE FAMOUS name. See Lewis, Philip. 



FAN club journal of the air. See Mc- 
Kewen, Kay. 

FANCIFUL follies. See Porcher, Betsy 
Brown. 

FANFARE. See Bennett, Donald E. 

FANNY Kemble, a passionate Victorian, 
source title. See Barnes, Carman. 
A passionate Victorian. 

FANTL, S. JOSEPH. 
Peroxide and Plato, a farce comedy in 
three acts. © S. Joseph Fantl, Irving- 
ton, N. J.; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8425. 

FARAH, THEODORE. 
The wench and the saint, a play in three 
acts, by Ted Farah. © Theodore 
Farah, New York; lc 21May47; D unp. 
9348. 

FAREWELL to blue Monday. See Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc. 



FAREWELL to Eden. 
Marie Daphne. 



See Farrell, 



FARJEON, ELEANOR. 
The glass slipper, a play in three acts, 
by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon, with 
music by Clifton Parker. Text only. 
© Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon, New 
York; lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7405. 

FARJEON, HERBERT. 
The glass slipper. See Farjeon, 
Eleanor. 

FARLAZT zich oif mir. See Friedman, 
Isidor. 

FARM episode. See Duke, Alvah C. 
Bringing up Butch, no. 2. 

FARMER, SUZETTE. 
Too many tootses. See Iven, George. 

FARMER Brigg's boggart. See Pyle, 
Mary Thurman. 

FARRELL, MARIE DAPHNE. 
Farewell to Eden, an original fantasy. © 
Marie Daphne Farrell, Hollywood; lc 
21Mar47; D unp. 8227. 

A FASCINATIN' hunk of natural history. 
See Jordan, James. 

FASS, GEORGE . The man who could bring 
pictures to life. See The Columbia 
workshop, Nov. 16, 1946. 

FASSBIND, FRANZ. 
Der baukasten, eine dialektkombdie in 
drei akten. © Theaterverlag Reiss, 
a.g., Basel, Switzerland; lc 14Feb47; 
D unp. 7738. 
Notturno, schauspiel in zwei akten. © 
Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland; lc 25Jan47; D unp. 7177. 

THE FATED sky. See Henderson, Mary. 

FATHER Flanagan's toughest customer. 
See Reader's digest — radio edition, 
no. 68. 



37 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE FATHER of the steamboat. See 
Bodell, William Edward. Men behind 
history. 

FAY-Cooper Cole story. See The Ad- 
venturers' club, Mar. 22, 1947. 

FEAR comes framed. See Yablonski, 
Margaret. 

THE FEATHERED serpent. See 
Norman, Richard A. 

FEEDING the farm animals. See 
Petitclerc, Grace S. Jack and Jill 
series for primary grades. Farm 
set. 

FEELING in selling. See Powell, Al- 
ton Maurice. It's time to sell again, 
no. 1. 

THE FEELING of home. See Ruth, 
Mary Emily. 

FEILBERT, EDWARD. Good girl. See 
Green, Eric Mawby. 

FEIN, MITCHELL. 
Metronics — a new branch of industrial 
engineering. An address. © Consoli- 
dated management consultants, New 
York; lc 24Jan47; C 1201. 

FELL the angels. See Lomask, Milton. 

FELSHIN, MAX. 
The oracle. Script for radio program. 
© Max Felshin, Forest Hills, N. Y.; 
lc 9Jan47; C 1053. 

FENTON, FRANL. 
Jacque de Baviere; or, Lady Jacqueline. 
An original play. In three acts. © 
Fran L. Fenton, New York; lc 26May47; 
D unp. 9383. 

FEOLI, ROBERT. 
Mad about surrealism. See Gogol, Frank. 

FERGUSON, CLIFFORD WESLEY. 

Pretty Boy, a play in one scene. © 
Clifford Wesley Ferguson, Oakley, 
Utah; lc 28Nov46; D unp. 6763. 

Skeet eye, an original dramatic composi- 
tion. In three acts. © Clifford Wesley 
Ferguson, Kamas, Utah; lc 10Feb47; 
D unp. 8072. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM IRWIN. 
Everlasting life; or, Life everlasting. 
Address. © William Irwin Ferguson, 
Berkeley, Calif.; lc 3Mar47; C 1411. 
You can do it too. Lecture. © William 
Irwin Ferguson, Berkeley, Calif.; 
lc HJun47; C 1484. 

FERIEN im Tessin. See Volker, Willy. 

FERMETURE Eclair. See Mouezy-fi'on, 
Andre. Cinq pieces gaies. 

FERNANDEZ, MIGUEL DE LA CUESTA. 
See Cuesta Fernandez, Miguel de la. 

FERNANDEZ -SHAW, GUILLERMO. 
Los pajaros. See Romero, Federico. 

FERRIN(F.W.) COMPANY. See 
That's Finnegan. 



THE FESTERED lily. See Duthie, 
Her mine. 

A FEW notes on piano tuning. See 
Jordan, James. 

FIBBER MC GEE AND MOLLY. 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Don 
Quinn and Phil Leslie. © S. C. 
Johnson it son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

9-13. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24, 

1946. © lc each 5Jan47; D unp. 
6798-6802. 

15-20. Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 
11, 1947. © lc each 17Feb47; 
D unp. 7598-7603. 

21-24. Feb. 18, 25, Mar. 4, 11, 

1947. © lc each 25Mar47; D unp. 
8276-8279. 

25-29. Mar. 18, 25, Apr. 1, 8, 15, 

1947. © lc each 27Apr47; D unp. 

9020-9024. 
30-32. Apr. 22, 29, May 6, 1947. 

© lc each 27May47; D unp. 

10030-10032. 

33. May 13, 1947. © lc 27May47; 
D unp. 10034. 

34. May 20, 1947. © lc 27May47; 
D unp. 10033. 

FICKLE Fran. See Brucklacher, JoAnne. 

THE FIDDLE . See The eternal light, 
no. 129. 

FIDDLER'S witch. See Hoke, Joseph O. 

FIELD, STANLEY. 
Together we live, a radio drama. © 
Stanley Field, Arlington, Va.; lc 
2May47; D unp. 9061. 

THE FIELD. See Maginnis, Monica 
Mary, sister. 

FIELDING, HENRY. 
Tom Jones: the romance of a foundling, 
source title. See Clarkson, Paul S. 

DE FIERY furnace. See Payne, Mar- 
garet Christina. 

THE FIFTEENTH cuU. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2226-1451. 

THE FIFTH freedom. See Buckler, Edna 
E. 

52-20 or fight. See Drumm, RusseU M. 

THE FIGHTING Phillies. See Johnston, 
Rod. 

FILIPPO, EDUARDODE. 
Filumena Marturano, commedia in tre 
atti di Eduardo. © Eduardo de Filippo, 
Rome; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 9171. 

FILL 'er up. See The march of science. 

FILM GROUP, INC. 
Opportunity unlimited. See Rohde, Wil- 
liam L. 

FILUMENA Marturano. See Filippo, Ed- 
uardo de. 



FINCH, JOHN. 
The Wanhope building, a play in three 
acts. © John Finch, Hanover, N. H.; 
lc 12Feb47; D unp. 7551. 

FINCH, MARJORIE. 
The joker, an ironic comedy by Marjorie 
and Robert Finch. New York, Play club, 
cl946. 22 p. 20cm. © Play club, inc., 
New York; 28Dec46; D pub. 6778. 

FINCH, ROBERT. 
The joker. See Finch, Marjorie. 
The swan. New York, Play club [1947] 
18 p. 20cm. A play in one act. © 
Robert Finch, Dillon, Mont.; lApr47; 
Dpub. 9411. 

FINDERS keepers. See Waters, James F. 

THE FINDLEY case. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 796. 

FINE, LESTER. Our Mr. Nicholas. See 
Diamond, Richard. 

THE FINE art of murder. See The Shadow, 
no. 278. 

FINGER, LEN. See Exploring the unknown. 

FINGERPRINTS in medicine. See Rhoads, 
Cornelius P. 

FINIAN'S rainbow. See Harburg, Edgar Y. 

FINNEGAN Alden. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 35. 

FINNEGAN'S figure. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 52. 

FINNEGAN'S vote. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 33. 

FINNEY, LEO PETER. 

The big blue, a comedy in three acts by 
Peter Finney. © Leo Peter Finney, 
Yonkers, N. Y.; lc 21Feb47; new mat- 
ter: revision; D unp. 8350. Prev. reg. 
The bloody sweats, 21Jan45; D unp. 
92071. 

The big blue, a comedy in three acts by 
Peter Finney. © Leo Peter Finney, 
Yonkers, N. Y.; lc 8Apr47; new matter: 
revisions; D unp. 8522. 

FINSTERWALD, MAXINE. 
Sleeping lady, a three -act play by Maxine 
vVood [pseud.] © Maxine Finsterwald, 
New York; lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10061. 

FIRE in his bosom. See De Falla, Paul 
Martinez. 

FIREBALL. See Gibson, Thomas Victor. 



FIREFIGHTERS. See_ Holland, William F. 

THE FIREMAN. See Miller, JiU. 

FIRESTONE, BEATRICE. 
Tumbling through time; episode 1. 
Radio script. © Beatrice Firestone, 
New York; lc 7Jan47; D unp. 6965. 

THE FIRST among the unafraid. See 
Johnston, Mercer Green. 






38 



CATALOG OK COIM R I (; II T ENTRIES 



THE FIRST Noel. See Haws, R. Cal- 
vert. 

THE FIRST time in history. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 

FISH witn glass eye. See Patelson, 
Henry. 

FI3HBURN, ALAN M. 

The human comedy. See Houston, 
Kenneth. 

Invitation to fame; audition script by 
Alan M. Fishburn and Robert F. 
Branch. © Alan M. Fishburn, Chi- 
cago; lc 6Mar47; D unp. 7955. 

FISHER, AILEEN. 

Four in a fix, a one -act comedy for 
intermediate grades. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson & co.; [etc., 1946J 12 p. 
21cm. © Row, Peterson uid co., 
Evanston, 111.; 19Nov46; D pub. 10181. 

Four for fun; four plays for the inter- 
mediate grades. Evanston, 111., Row, 
Peterson, 1946. <»5 p. 21cm. Contents 
Halloween ahoy.— The Thanksgiving 
rose. — Up a Christmas tree. — Have a 
heart. © Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111.; 170ct46; D pub. 10189. 

FISHER, DOROTHEA FRANCES (CAN- 
FIELD) 
Bonfire. See Elliot, Elaine. 

THE FISHERMAN and the jinni. See 
The Columbia workshop, May 26, 1946. 

FISHING AND HUNTING CLUB OF THE 

AIR. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Walker and 
Downing, general agency. © Walker and 
Downing, general agency, Pittsburgh. 

66. Sept. 25, 1946. © lc 21Jan47; C 1083. 

67. Oct. 2, 1946. © lc 30Jan47; C 1117. 

68. Oct. 9, 19t6. © lc 28Feb47; C 1198. 

69. Oct. 16, 19-*6. © lc 27Feb'7; C1193. 
70-71. Oct. 23, 30, 1946. © lc each 

5Mar47; C 1203, 1204. 
72-73. Nov. 6, 13, 1946. © lc each 

6Mar47; C 120C, 1210. 
74-75. Nov. 20, 19i6. © lc each 

13Mar47; C 1249, 1250. 
76-78. Dec. 4, 11, 18, 1946. © lc 

each 20Mar47; C 1266-1268. 
79-80. Dec. 23, 30, 1946. © lc each 

21Mar47; C 1271, 1272. 
81. Jan. 6, 1947. © lc 2May47; C 1399. 
Jan. 13, 1947. © lc 25Mar47; 



THE FLAME. 
William. 



See Johnson, Frank 



82. 

C 
83. 

C 
8*. 

C 



1286. 

Jan. 20, 1947. 
1285. 

Jan. 27, 1947. 
1284. 



© lc 25Mar47 



© lc 25Mar47 



85-87. Feb. 3, 10, 17, 1947. © lc each 

26Mar47; C 1287-1289. 
88-90. Feb. 24, Mar. 3, 10, 1947. lc 

each 27Mar47; C 1293-1295. 
91. Mar. 17, 1947. © lc l3Apr47; 

C 1344. 
92-93. Mar. 24, 31, 1947. © lc each 

lMay47; C 1386, 1&>7. 

FIVE short steps to the h-altar. See Hayne, 
Helen. 

FLAG of the free. See Welch, Elizabeth. 



FLAME in the doorway. See Rosenfeld, 
Sophie Koffler. 

THE FLAME that was Lydia. See Nes- 
now, Doris Sorell. 

A FLAMING sword. See Beach, Emmet 
Lewis. 

FLAMMARION, ERNEST. 
Comedies. See Duvernois, Henri. 

FLANAGAN, GENE. 
Jake and Marmaduke. See Lichtenberg, 
Leo. 

FLATBUSH on the Thames. See Gardner, 
Ed. 

FLEMING, NAN. 
The family wash, an exhilarating comedy 
in three acts. New York, French; [etc., 
1947] 110 p. diagr. 19cm. © Samuel 
French, New York; 19Feb47; D pub. 
8316. ' 

FLENDER, HAROLD A. 
Exit from limbo, an original one-act 
play. © Harold A. Flender, New York; 
lc 19Apr47; D unp. 8843. 

FLETCHER, VIDA LORRAINE. 
Golden waters, a three act drama. © 

Vida Lorraine Fletcher, St. Louis; lc 

31Mar47; D unp. 8393. 
Lonesome levee, stories of a showboat, 

in two parts. Part one — The calliope 

plays; part two — Showboat and home. 

© Vida Lorraine Fletcher, St. Louis; 

lc 27Jan47; D unp. 7210. 

FLIGHT one-one-one-o-one. See De 
Nair, Alice. 



DE FLOOD. 
Christina. 



See Payne, Margaret 



FLOWERS, MAX. 
The York nativity, an adaptation for 
modern performance of the Pewterers- 
Founderers and the Tile Thatchers 
plays of the York mystery cycle of 
48 plays performed during the 14th to 
16th centuries. Plays XIII and XIV 
only. 11 leaves. © Max Flowers, 
Williamstown, Mass.; lc 23Apr47; 
D unp. 8881. 

FLOWERS' fairy-tale. See Green, Lili. 

THE FLYING bronco. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

FLYING laboratory. See Exploring the 
unknown, Dec. 8, 1946. 

FLYING Tigers fly again. See Amoury, 
Daisy. 

FLYING wings. See The march of science. 

FOCH, DIRK. 
Babcock and the nightingale, a play in 
three acts by Richard Tyndall, pseud. 
© Dirk Foch, New York; lc 15Jan47; 
D unp. 6893. New matter: revised 
version. Prev. reg. 24Nov46; D unp. 6205. 



Susan takes over, a comedy in three 
acts by Richard Tyndall [pseud. J © 
Dirk Foch, New York; lc 29Apr47; 
D unp. 9004. 



FODDER for headlines. 
Hornet, no. 810. 



See The Green 



FOLOR, LADISLAS. 
The vigil, a play. In three acts. © 
Ladislas Fodor, Los Angeles, lc 
22Apr47; D unp. 8883. 

FOEDISCH, SUSANNE INGER. 
Why this night? A play in two scenes. 
© Susanne Inger Foedisch, Allentown, 
Pa.; lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8262. 

FOGELMAN, MARTIN. 
Peculiar light, a play in two acts. © 
Martin Fogelman, Brooklyn; lc 
7Feb47; D unp. 7482. 

FOLGER, LEE, pseud. See Wing, Leonora 
M. 

FOLGNER, ARTHUR MAXWELL. 
Secret machine, a play in three acts. 
© Arthur Maxwell Folgner, New York; 
lc HMar47; D unp. 8007. 

FOOJIE AND THE MAGIC HARP. (Radio 

program) 

Scripts in this series are by Ellamae 
Casteel. © Ellamae Casteel, Youngs- 
town, O. 

Bus trip. © lc 16Feb47; D unp. 9147. 
Captive princess. © lc 27Apr47; 

D unp. 9145. 
Easter Bunny. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 

9138. 
Enchanted forest. © lc 27Apr47; 

D unp 9141. 
May day. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 9139. 
Mermaid. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 9149. 
Picnic. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 9143. 
Pistaschio. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 

9137. 
Rosemary. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 

9146. 
Royal wedding. © lc 16Feb47; D unp. 

9148. 
Stunt night. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 9144. 
Treasure. © lc 16Feb47; D unp. 9140. 
Wooden Indian. © lc 27Apr47; D unp. 

9142. 

FOOL'S paradise. See Cochrane, Albert 
Franz. 

A FOOTNOTE to history. See The eternal 
light, no. 116. 

FOR a suit of new clothes. See The eternal 
light, no. 85. 

FOR better or for worse. See Baker, Edna 
Mae. 

FOR better or worse. See Geto, Alfred 
David. 

FOR dilettantes only. See Power-Cart- 
wright, Carmel. 

FOR farmers only. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

FOR the love of heaven. See Dun Leavay, 
C.—rles A. 



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FOR the throne. See Humphrey, 
William J. 

FOR this was I born. See Lange, 
Minelda. 

FOR want of a nail. See Healey, Robert 
M. 

FOR whom the key turns. See Jacobson, 
Solomon Joseph. Original tales in 
rhyme, no. 1 . 

FOR women only. See Taggart, Tom. 

FORCE, ROCKWELL C. See Radio 
racing analyst. 

FORCE inform. See Walker, Lillie L. 
Daniels. 

FORCE of intelligence. See Walker, 
Liilie L. Daniels. 

FORD, FRANK P. 
Lucifer at large, a fantasy [in three 
scenes] Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 
C1946, 1947] 30 p. diagr. 19cm. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co., Boston; 21Jan47; D pub. 
7224. 

FORE (4) fellows. See Cohen, Edward. 

FORECITING technique in supervision 
and executive training. See Morrison, 
Samuel N. How to seU retail news- 
paper advertising, no. 1. 

THE FORECITING technique of customer 
problem solving. See Morrison, Samuel 
N. How to sell retail newspaper adver- 
tising, no. 3. 

FOREIGN fancy woman. See Colton, John. 

THE FOREST fire and the Cisco Kid. See 
The Cisco Kid, no. 135A. 

FOREVER mine. See The Sheriff, no. 119. 

FORGOTTEN children. See Neher, Jack. 

FORREST, CHARLES DAVID. 
Yes, Mr. Ledergerber. See Scheid, 
Francis J. 

FORREST, DAVID. See Forrest, Charles 
David. 

FORREST, RICHARD E . See Exploring 
the unknown. 

FORTUNE in love. See Alongi, Vincent. 

FORWARD in tune with the times. See 
Veeder, Emilie R. 

FOSTER, CLAIBORNE. See Rice, Clai- 
borne, Foster. 

FOSTER, MARVIN, pseud. See Fuchsman, 
Marvin. 

FOULED fish-line. See Vratny, Frank. 

FOULK, ROBERT C. 
The eager beaver. A play in three acts. 
© Robert C. Foulk, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
lc 19Apr47; D unp. 8850. 



FOUNDER'S day. See Blank, Amy K. 
An assembly program for Founder's 
day for the elementary school. 

THE FOUR colonels of the queen. See 
Sotelo-Regil, Louis F. 

FOUR for fun. See Fisher, Aileen. 

FOUR in a fix. See Fisher, Aileen. 

THE FOUR senses. See Pinney, 
Russell F. 

THE FOUR spinsters of Gimel. See 
The eternal light, no. 106. 

FOUR strings on a harp. See Harber, 
Beth. 

THE FOURPOSTER. See Hartog, Jan de. 

FOURTEEN makes a dozen. See Tyler, 
Linton James. 

FOWLER, GENE. 
Rip Van Winkle, a motion-picture 
synopsis. 245 leaves. © Gene Fowler, 
West Los Angeles, Calif.; lc 10Jan47; 
D unp. 6866. 

FOWLER, KEITH. 
French long underwear maker. See 

Burns, George. 
Gracie discovers a movie star. See 

Burns, George. 
Sugar Throat sings again. See Burns, 

George . 
What every old husband should know. 

See Burns, George. 
What every young bride should know. 

See Burns, George. 

FOX, ETTA BELLE. 
House on a rock, a play in three acts and 
a prologue. © Etta Belle Fox, Los 
Angeles; lc 23Jun47; D unp. 9634. 

FOX, GIBSON SCOTT. See The Shadow. 

FOX, HELEN M. 
A patch of shade, a new adaptation in 
five scenes from the French prize play, 
Martine, by Jean-Jacques Bernard; 
adapted for the American theatre by 
Jain Straw, pseud. © Helen M. Fox, 
New York; lc 19Dec46; D unp. 7348. 

FOX, MARY. The marionette. See Fox, 
Paul. 

FOX, PAUL. 
The marionette, by Paul and Mary Fox. 
A play in three acts. © Paul Fox, St. 
Michaels, Md.; lc 26Mar47; D unp. 
8305. 

FRAENKEL, HELENE ESBERG. 
Dark legend, a play in three acts with 
prologue and epilogue, by Helen Fraenkel 
and Zelda Popkin; based on the book by 
Dr. Frederic Wertham. © Helene E. 
Fraenkel and Zelda Popkin, New York; 
lc 27May47; D unp. 9487. 

FRAGALE, FRANK. 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. See Weiler, 
Erich. 



FRAMED out of trouble. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2192-1417. 

FRANCIA, ANTONIO. 
Was I born for this? A radio drama 
adapted from the Autobiography of 
Antonio Francia. © Antonio Francia, 
Los Angeles; lc HApr47; D unp. 8685. 

FRANCKE (A.) LTD. 
Kleiner walzer in a moll. See Miiller, 
Hans. 

FRANK, BETTY. 

The line is fine, a play in two acts by 
Betty Frank and BerriUa Kerr. © 
Betty Frank and Berrilla Kerr, New 
York; lc 21Jun47; D unp. 10386. 

FRANK, STANLEY NEWTON. 
The tell tale eye, an original comedy 
farce in three acts. © Stanley Newton 
Frank, Brooklyn; lc HFeb47; D unp. 
7541. 

FRANK Merriwell and the masked man. 
See Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 7. 

FRANK Merriwell and the smugglers. 
See The adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 8. 

FRANK MerriweU's wonderful discovery. 
See The adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 5. 

FRANKEL, HERBERT. 
A prince of a guy; comedy in three acts. 
© Herbert Frankel, New York; lc 
9Mar47; D unp. 7980. 

FRANKEL, MORTIMER. 
See The march of science. 

FRANKIE and Albert. See Wilson, 
Elizabeth Lora. 

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, 1706-1790. 
See Falk, Irving A. Ben Franklin, 
commissioner to France. 

FRANTZ, CHARLES HOWARD. 
Studies in performing, by Charles H. 
Frantz and Ralph O. Janson. IUustrated 
lecture. © Defiance machine works, 
inc., Defiance, O.; lc HJun47; C1470. 

FRASER, GEORGE. 
Caesar was ambitious. See Fraser, 
Paula. 

FRASER, PAULA. 
Caesar was ambitious, a comedy in three 
acts, by Paula and George Fraser and 
H. J. Lengsfelder. © Paula Fraser, 
George Fraser and H. J. Lengsfelder, 
New York; lc 28Feb47; D unp. 7824. 

FRASER, PETER, pseud. See Watt, Peter. 

THE FRED ALLEN SHOW. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Fred Allen. 
© Fred Allen, New York. 

11-12. Dec. 15, 22, 1946. © lc each 
2Jan47; D unp. 6767, 6768. 

13. Dec. 29, 1946. © lc 17Jan47; 
D unp. 6998. 

14. Jan. 5, 1947. © lc 17Jan47; 



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D unp. 6999. 
16-17. Jan. 19, 26, 1947. © lc each 

2Fib47; D unp. 7413, 7414. 
19. Feb. 9, 1947. © lc 23Feb47; 

D unp. 7753. 
20-22. Feb. 16, 23, Mar. 2, 1947. © 

lc each 9Mar47; D unp. 8010-8012. 
23-29. Mar. 9, 16, 23, 30, 1947, Apr. 

6, 13, 20, 1947. © lc each 2May47; 

D unp. 9092-9098. 

30. Apr. 27, 1947. © lc 8May47; 
D unp. 9131. 

31. May 4, 1947. © lc 13May47; Dunp. 
9250. 

32. May 11, 1947. © lc 24May47; Dunp. 
9481. 

34. May 25, 1947. © lc 8Jun47; D unp. 

9563. 
36. June 8, 1947. © Mr. and Mrs. Fred 

Allen, New York, lc 22Jun47; D unp. 

9635. 

FREDDY Flute goes to town. See Harber, 
Beth. Music in the air. 

FREDE, JOEL. 
The conquerors, a play in three acts. © 
Joel Frede, Brooklyn; lc 19Mar47; 
D unp. 8182. 

FREDERICK Douglas. See Johnson, Georgia 
Douglas. 

FREDERICK Francois Chopin, his story 
and his music. See Machlis, Joseph. 

FREDERICKA. See Collamore, Jerome. 

FREDERICKS, CARLTON. 
Superstition in nutrition, no. 1. Recording 
script. © Video associates, inc., New 
York; lc lMay47; D unp. 9044. 

FREDERICKSON, CATHERINE H. 
Mischievous Pattie. A dramatic compos- 
ition in seven scenes. © Catherine H. 
Frederickson, Ceresco, Mich.; lc 
8Jun47; D unp. 10235. 

FREEDMAN, HYMAN. 

Blood donor. Radio play. ©HallockE. 
Hoffman, Pasadena, Calif.; lFeb47; 
D pub. 7970. 

Low down murder. A radio mystery 
drama. © HallockE. Hoffman, Pasa- 
dena, Calif.; lFeb47; D pub. 7972. 

Partners in death. A radio drama in one 
act. © Hallock E. Hoffman, Pasadena, 
Calif.; lFeb47; D pub. 7971. 

Rope to hang. A radio mystery drama. 
© Hallock E. Hoffman, Pasadena, Calif.; 
lFeb47; D pub. 7974. 

FREEDMAN, PHILIP M. 
On your way. See Shardell, Paul. 

FREIBERGER, CURT. 
Circle A G time. Radio script. © 

Associated grocers of Colorado, inc., 

Denver; lc 28Apr47; C 1380. 
Name it and take it. Audition script. © 

Curt Freiberger and co., Denver; lc 

15Mar47; C 1260. 

FREIBERGER, FRED. 
Who hid the sun? A play in three acts. 
© Fred Freiberger, Los Angeles; lc 
4May47; D unp. 9088. 



FRENCH, FLORENCE FELTEN. 

Listen to the tall wheat singing, a play 
in one act. © Florence Felten 
French, New York; lc 5Jan47; D unp. 
6817. 

The violin on the hill. A Dr. Christian 
radio script. © Florence Felton 
French, Hamilton, N. Y.; lc 18Mar47; 
D unp. 8171. 

FRENCH, SAMUEL. 

A billet for Bill. See Reach, James. 

Come over to our house. See Hayes, 
Marrijane. 

Eight radio plays. See Bushnell, 
Adelyn. 

The family wash. See Fleming, Nan. 

For women only. See Taggart, Tom. 

A girl named Pat. See Mearson, Kit. 

The girl who looks like me. See 
Mitchell, Virginia. 

Hangman's noose. See Batson, George. 

The homebody. See Connover, Dorothy. 

Just passing by. See Williams, Pete. 

Mama's little helper. See Braun, Wil- 
bur. 

The moon makes three. See Harris, 
James Aurand. 

Remarkable baby. See Kirkpatrick, 
John. 

Slice it thin. See Moritz, Albert Osbourne. 

Slip ahoy. See O'Keeffe, Aidan Arthur. 

Starlight, star bright. See Moore, Nancy. 

Storm over Hollywood. See Reach, James. 

The strange house. See Astrid, Carl. 

Willie, the worrier. See Sullivan, Styles. 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) LTD. 
Heaven and Charing cross. See Danvers- 

Walker, Aubrey. 
Henry Clear speaking. See Stephenson, 

Ann. 
History for three. See Baker, Leo. 
Litchen fair. See Corrie, Joe. 
Man of two minds. See Watt, Peter. 
Miracle for Edward. See Dinner, William. 
Nothing ever happened to Millie. See 

Dinner, William. 
One white rose. See Parish, James. 
Romance in grey. See Johnson, Philip. 
Ticket to spring-time. See Dinner, 

William. 
The tribulations of Wing Lu. See Peach, 

Lawrence du Garde. 
Young Mrs. Barrington. See Chetham- 

Strode, Warren. 

THE FRENCH five hundred. See The Ohio 
story, Jan. 10, 1947. 

FRENCH long underwear maker. See 
Burns, George. 

FRERES d'armes. See Bloch, Andre". 

FREUND, HANS JOACHIM. 
Aridong, a play in three acts. © 
Hans Joachim Freund, New York; lc 
25Feb47; D unp. 7940. 

FREY, MIRIAM GOLDFINGER. 

The illusionists. A play in two acts. © 
Miriam Goldfinger Frey, Jersey City; 
lc 2May47; D unp. 9405. 

FRIEDA. See Millar, Ronald. 

FRIEDMAN, ESTHER. 
Farlazt zich oif mir. See Friedman, 
Isidor. 



FRIEDMAN, ISIDOR. 
Farlazt zich oif mir; comedie geschri- 
ben speziel far Menashe Skulnik. 
Yiddish text. Title transliterated. 
Esther Friedman, New York; lc 
10Jan47; D unp. 6864. 

FRIEDMAN, PETER. 
Shylock '47, by Peter Frye [pseud.] A 
new play woven around scenes from 
The merchant of Venice, by William 
Shakespeare. © Peter Friedman 
(Peter Frye) New York; lc 27May47; 
D unp. 10107. 

FRIENDLY Venus. See Riddell, Gilbert. 

FRIENDS and fellow citizens. See Basso, 
Hamilton. 

FRIENDS, SOCIETY OF. American Friends 
service committee. 
Heart-beat. See Wells, Virginia. 

THE FRIGHT of the shamrocks. See 
Mahood, Hazel S. 

FRIGHTED peace. Se£ Buckmaster, 
Henrietta. 

UNFRIPOUILLE. See Daix, Didier. 

FROM A-B-C's to college degrees. See 
Padwe, Frank. Dollars to donuts. 

FROM distant shores. See Engel, Samuel 
Sanford. 

FROM here in. See Lawton, Shailer 
Upton. 

FROM Indian trails to iron rails. See 
Smith, Stanley H. 

FROM outer space. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2180-1405. 

FROM the forest to the pole. See Hopkins, 
Kenneth B. 

FROMER, ANNE. 

Appointment with cupid. See Smith, 
Matt Bartley. 

Sneak preview. A radio show, by Anne 
Fromer and Matt Bartley Smith. © 
Matt Bartley Smith and Anne Fromer, 
Toronto; lc 13Feb47; D unp. 7614. 

FROMM, ELIZABETH SINCLAIR. 

Adventures of Bertram, the heroic goose, 
by Shelby Sinclair [pseud.] and Audrey 
Parker. (The good fairy tales) Radio 
program. © Elizabeth Sinclair Fromm 
and Audrey Parker, New York; lc 
20Mar47; D unp. 8213. 

Adventures of Robert with Salty, the 
sea sprite, by Shelby Sinclair and 
Audrey Parker. (The good fairy tales) 
Radio. script. © Elizabeth Sinclair 
Fromm and Audrey Parker, New York; 
lc 20Mai47; D unp. 8214. 

FROST, WALTER ARCHER. 
The witch doctor, a play in three acts. 
© Walter Archer Frost, Blue Ridge 
Summit, Pa.; lc 28May47; D unp. 
9485. 

THE FROZEN heart. See Brides, Ivory. 



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THE FRUITLESS fig tree. See The 
greatest story ever told, no. 19. 

FRUSTRATED silence. See_ Vratny, 
Frank. 

FRYE, PETER, pseud. See Friedman, 
Peter. 

FUCHS, MURRAY LOUIS. 
Caspar Hauser, a drama based upon the 
novel by Jacob Wasserman. In four 
acts. © Murray Louis Fuchs, San 
Francisco; lc 28Mar47; D unp. 8312. 

FUCHSMAN, MARVIN. 
Music for appreciation, by Marvin 
Foster [pseud.] Radio script no. 1. 
© Marvin Fuchsman (Foster, pseud.) 
Baltimore; lc lApr47; D unp. 8411. 

FUDAKOWSKI, THOMAS I. 
Fun time, a radio program. © Thomas 

I. Fudakowski, West Caldwell, N. J.; 

lc 28Jan47; C 1106. 
Heads you win. A radio program. © 

Thomas I. Fudakowski, West Caldwell, 

N. J.; lc 14Feb47; C 1170. 

FUE, CHARLES. 
In the firelight, a comedy in three acts. 
[Stamford, Conn., Brock and Wallston, 
194.7] 133 p. diagrs. 24cm. © Charles 
Fue, Brooklyn; 22May47; D pub. 10180. 

FUENTE, HORACIO RUIZ DE LA. 
No me esperes manana, source title. See 
Madden, Cecil Charles. No tomorrow. 

FUGITIVE Finnegan. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 50. 

FULDA, LUDWIG, 1862-1939. 
Das wundermittel, komodie in drei 
aufziigen. Stuttgart, Cotta'sche; [etc.] 
1920. Ill p. 20cm. © Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany; 
15Decl9; D pub. 6850. 

FULL house, queen's wild. See Buermann, 
Howard Rudolph. 

FULLER, CAROLINE. 
The little Boy of Nazareth, a one act play 
by Carol Fuller. © Caroline Fuller, 
Winter Park, Fla.; lc 15Jan47; D unp. 
6877. 

FUN and fortune. See Waters, James F. 
Finders keepers. 

FUN for you. See Allen, Wayne. 

FUN time. See Fudakowski, Thomas I. 

FUNNYTIME. See Schmertz, Charles 
Baye. 

FUNT, JULIAN. 
Bedside manner, a comedy by Julian 
Funt and Milton Lewis. © Julian Funt and 
Milton Lewis, New York; lc 22May47; 
D unp. 9363. 

FURIE, WILLIAM B. 
The eternal spirit. See Liberies, Joseph. 

FURLOUGH from Heaven. See Toller, 
Else. 



FURY of man. See Exploring the unknown, 
Apr. 6, 1947. 

DE FUST murder. See Payne, Margaret 
Christina. 

THE FUTURE of expense control. See 
Intriligator, Allan. 



G. I. gypsy. See Woulff, Sylvia. 

G-U. See Hennef eld, Edmund Bertram. 

GABRIEL, ENOCH H. 
How to win and retain a husband, a 
drama in three acts. (Drama of every 
day life, no. 1) © Enoch H. Gabriel, 
Montclair, N J.; lc 23Mar47; D unp. 
8251. 

GAG man. Se£ Wright, Elizabeth Mc 
Fadden. 

GAILEY, GRACE GLASSER. 
Lady-go-lucky, Apr. 8, 1947. A radio 
script. © The Home-makers' club, inc., 
Los Angeles; lc 19Apr47; D unp. 8847. 

GALBRAITH, KARL. 
On your way. See McCarthy, Mary. 

GALE. See Petrovich, Rastko. 

GALES, ANNA. 
Cornelia, a three -act play. © Anna 
Gales, Philadelphia; lc 7Jan47; D unp. 
6862. 

GALLAGHER, CHARLES WILSON. 
No quacks, doctor; a musical comedy 
in two acts. Based on L'elisir d'amore, 
by Donizetti. Text and music on sepa- 
rate leaves. © CharlesWilsonGallagher, 
Beaver Falls, Pa.; lc 12Jan47; D unp. 
1145. 

GALLAGHER, DANIEL J. 
Canterbury club pilgrimage. Radio script. 
© Daniel J. Gallagher, Washington; lc 
lApr47; D unp. 8563. 

THE GALLANT Gascon. See Perkins, 
David Fessenden. 

GALLENSTEIN, LEO JACOB. 
The beautiful ballad. See Galliard, 
Benjamin. 

GALLIARD, BENJAMIN. 
The beautiful ballad. A poetic fantasy in 
two acts. © Leo Jacob Gallenstein, jr., 
Washington; lc 2Mar47; D unp. 8042. 

GALLIEN, MARGUERITE. 
All kinds of people, a romantic comedy in 
three acts. © Marguerite Gallien, Tu- 
junga, Calif.; lc 17Feb47; D unp. 7647. 

THE GALLOPING hat. See Phillips, 
Irving Walter. 

A GAME of murder. See The Shadow, 
no. 282. 

GANG BUSTERS. (Radio program) 
Programs in this series are by Lord, inc. 
© Lord, inc., New York. 



466. Dec. 7, 1946. Case of William 
Eugene Slusser. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 
7111. 

467. Dec. 14, 1946. Case of Ted 
Murphy, part 1. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 
7112. 

468. Dec. 21, 1946. Special broadcast 
on Lewis J. Valentine. © lc 21Jan47; 
D unp. 7113. 

469. Dec. 28, 1946. Case of Lester 
Nelson. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7114. 

470. Jan. 4, 1947. Case of Ted Murphy, 
part 2. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7115. 

471. Jan. 11, 1947. Case of Phil Chad- 
wick, part 1. © lc 21Jan47; D unp. 
7116. 

472. Jan. 18, 1947. Case of Phil Chad- 
wick, part 2. © lc 30Jan47; D unp. 
7274. 

473. Jan. 25, 1947. Case of Phil Chad- 
wick, part 3. © lc 30Jan47; D unp. 
7272. 

474. Feb. 1, 1947. Case of Cronin- 
Frizzell. © lc 7Feb47; D unp. 7483. 

475. Feb. 8, 1947. Case of Noble- 
Cartwright. © lc 14Feb47; D unp. 
7564. 

476. Feb. 15, 1947. C a se of the four 
X's. © lc 22Feb47; D unp. 7685. 

477. Feb. 22, 1947. Case of Joseph 
Paul Cretzer, part 1. © lc 27Feb47; 
D unp. 7785. 

478. Mar. 1, 1947. Case of Joseph 
Paul Cretzer, part 2. © lc 8Mar47; 
D unp. 7986. 

479. Mar. 8, 1947. Case of Joseph Paul 
Cretzer, part 3. © lc 14Mar47; D unp. 
8117. 

480. Mar. 15, 1947. Case of Neff -Howell. 
© lc 29Mar47; D unp. 8401. 

481. Mar. 22, 1947. Case of Everhart- 
Neely, part 1. © lc 29Mar47; D unp. 
8402. 

482. Mar. 29, 1947. Case of Everhart- 
Neely, part 2. © lc 6Apr47; D unp. 
8537. 

483. Apr. 5, 1947. Case of Wilson- 
Schwartz. © lc 15Apr47; D unp. 8737. 

484. Apr. 12, 1947. Case of the million 
dollar robbery, part 1. © lc 23Apr47; 
D unp. 8896. 

485. Apr. 19, 1947. Case of the million 
dollar robbery, part 2. © lc 2May47; 
D unp. 9068. 

486. Apr. 26, 1947. Case of Drew-Ogle- 
vie. © lc 2May47; D unp. 9070. 

487. May 3, 1947. Case of the Russo 
gang. © lc 18May47; D unp. 9318. 

488. May 10, 1947. Case of Jack Robert 
Purdom, part 1. © lc 18May47; D unp. 
9319. 

489. May 17, 1947. Case of Jack Robert 
Purdom, part 2. © lc 27May47; D unp. 
9395. 

490. May 24, 1947. Case of Slim Usrey. 
© lc 14Jun47; D unp. 10336. 

GANTZ, JOSEPH M. 
Retirement investment. Sales talk. © 
Joseph M. Gantz agency, Cincinnati; 
lc HJun47; C 1493. 

GANTZ (JOSEPH M.) AGENCY. See Gantz, 
Joseph M. 

GARCIA LORCA, FEDERICO. 
La maison de Bernarda; pilce en trois 
actes de Federico Garcia Lorca. Tra- 
duction de Jean-Marie Creach [pseud.] 
© Jean-Marie Creach (pseudo. de Andre' 



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Monconduit), Paris; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 
7062. 

GARDNER, ED. 

Deems, dem and dose; parts I and II. A 
dramatic composition by Ed Gardner 
and Vinny Bogart. cl947. [6] p. 21cm. 
© Ed Gardner, Bel Air, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10226. 

Flatbush on the Thames; parts I and II. 
A dramatic composition by Ed Gardner 
and Vinny Bogart. cl947. [6J p. 21cm. 
Ed Gardner, Bel Air, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10205. 

The sympathetic part; parts I and II. A 
dramatic composition by Ed Gardner 
and Vinny Bogart. cl947. [5] p. 21cm. 
© Ed Gardner, Bel Air, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10196. 

Two Top Gruskin; parts I and II. A dra- 
matic composition by Ed Gardner and 
Vinny Bogart. cl947. [5] p. 21cm. © 
Ed Gardner, Bel Air, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10227. 

GARDNER, HAL. See Gardner, Rufus 
Hallette. 

GARDNER, RUFUS HALLETTE. 
Slot machine, a comedy in three acts, 
by Hal Gardner. © Rufus Hallette 
Gardner, jr., Baltimore; lc 21Apr47; 
D unp. 8845. 

GARESCHE, VIRGINIA MCBLAIR. 
The coping stone. See Greensf elder, 
June F . 

GARLAND, MAC M. 
My love is like a red, red rose. A 
play in numerous scenes. © Mac M. 
Garland, New York; lc 8Jun47; D unp. 
10159. 

GARLICK, AUDREY LOU. 
Sinister reunion, a murder mystery. Flay 
in three scenes. © Audrey Lou Garlick, 
Little Falls, N. J.; lc 22Mar47; D unp. 
8233. 

GARY, HOLLAND M. 
Across the bridge, a musical play. In 
two acts. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Holland M. Gary, Zanesville, 
O.; lc UApr47; D unp. 1200. 

GASTON, HAZEL GLADDING. 
Music lives forever. See Whitworth, 

Walter. 
Musical pages. See Whitworth, Walter. 
Stories that live. See Cox, Spencer 

GASTONE, MICHAEL. 
Cindy, a comedy in three acts by Michael 
Gastone and Everett Glass. © Michael 
Gastone and Everett Glass, Berkeley, 
Calif.; lc 25Jan47; D unp. 7171. 

GATES, JULIUS. See Gates, Robert Julius. 

gates, Robert julius. 

Her former sweetheart, drama by Julius 
Gates. In eight scenes. © lc 26Mar47; 
Robert J. Gates, New York; D unp. 8509. 

THE GATTERUNK of Putchykuss. See 
Lichty, Justin. 

GAY, JOHN. 
Showfolk. See Mortenson, William M. 



THE GAY occupation. See Dolbier, 
Maurice. 

GAYN, MARK. 
Under the chestnut trees of Prague. 
See Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailo- 
vich. 

GEIER, WALTER. 
Wall of lies. See Pack, Harvey. 

GEISZ, FRANZ. 
Spitz and Fitz; comedy show in three 
acts. © Franz Geisz, Detroit; lc 
27Jan47; D unp. 7211. 

GELB, PHILLIP STANLEY. 
A turn to the left, an original social 
comedy-romance in three acts. © 
Phillip Stanley Gelb, Rockville Cen- 
tre, N. Y.; lc 27Mar47; D unp. 8309. 

GELLENDRE', HERBERT VICTOR. 
Ceiling unlimited, a romantic comedy 
in three acts. © Herbert Victor Gel- 
lendre, New York; lc HApr47; 
D unp. 8669. 

GENERAL BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES, 
THE METHODIST CHURCH. See 
Methodist church. General board of 
lay activities. 

GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 

CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION. 

Chevrolet merchandising and training 
service. See Handy (Jam) organiza- 
tion. 

The little things. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

Make the shoes fit. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

Thirty-five years of progress. See 
Handy (Jam) organization. 

The new Frigidaire electric range. 
See Handy (Jam) organization. 

THE GENERAL'S wife. See Bodell, 
William Edward. Men behind history. 

GENESIS. See Moase, George Hewitt. 

A GENIUS in the house. See Martin, 
Dorothy Winthrop. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. 

She forgot to remember, a farce- 
comedy in three acts. 1st ed. New 
York, Longmans, Green [1947]. 
106 p. diagr. 18cm. © Longmans, 
Green and co., inc., New York; 
15Jan47; D pub. 7076. 

Sleepy head, a juvenile operetta in one 
act ... Book, lyrics and music. Min- 
neapolis, Denison; [etc., 1947] 51 p. 
diagr. 26cm. © T. S. Denison 6t co., 
Minneapolis; 20Jan47; D pub. 1194. 

Streamlined Cinderella, an operetta in 
one act. Libretto, lyrics and music. 
Chicago; [etc.] Denison [1947J 56 p. 
diagr. 26cm. © T. S. Denison c* co., 
Minneapolis; 27Feb47; D pub. 1173. 

GEORGE Olsen's record digest. See 
Olsen, George. 

GEORGE Washington. See That's Finne- 
gan, no. 48. 

THE GEORGIE Price show. See Harvey, 
Ray. 



GERECHT1GKEIT. See Bertuch, 
Max. 

GER1CHTSTAG. See Hay, Julius. 

GERMAN, EDWARD L. 
King Bliss. See Swan, Thomas 
F. 



GERMAN, TED. See German, Edward 
L. 

GERSHE, LEONARD. 
Horse opera, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Text only. © Leonard Gershe, 
New York; lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7090. 

GERSON, NOEL B. 
The life and times of Harriet Holt, 
an original screen play. © Noel B. 
Gerson, New York; lc 10Jun47; 
D unp. 10285. 

GET there first. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

GETO, ALFRED DAVID. 
Destination peace, a radio play. © 

Alfred D. Geto, New York; lc 18Jan47; 

D unp. 7035. 
For better or worse, a sketch. © Al- 
fred David Geto, New York; lc 17Jan47; 

D unp. 6996. 
Play ball, a sketch. © Alfred David 

Geto, New York; lc 17Jan47; D unp. 

6995. 
Whatever goes up, a sketch. © Alfred 

David Geto, New York; lc 17Jan47; 

D unp. 6997. 

GETTING a haircut. See Benny, Jack. 

GETTING a shave. See Benny, Jack. 

GETTING the doctor on the team. See 
Handy (Jam) organization. 

THE GHANDJEES. See Lewis, Leonard. 

GHILAIN, EDDY, pseud. See Texereau, 
Elie. 

A GHOST goes to college. See The ad- 
ventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 6. 

THE GHOST house. See St. Clair, 
Robert. 

GHOST in A-flat. See Benault, Al. 

THE GHOST of Waterbury. See Estop- 
pey, Georges. 

THE GHOST writes. See Lichty, Justin. 

THE GHOST-RIDDEN doctor. See Dr. 
Christian, no. 434. 

GIACOSA, GIUSEPPE. 
La Tosca, source title. See Dace, 
Edwin Wallace. Death of a fascist. 

GIANNINI, NANCY THAYER. 
Katydid, a play in three acts. © Nancy 
Thayer Giannini, Delaware, O.; lc 
14Feb47; D unp. 7733. 

A GIANT'S strength. See Sinclair, Upton 
Beall. 



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GIBBS, ARCHIE ROBERT. 
Decision of destiny, a drama in three 
acts. © Archie R. Gibbs, Philadel- 
phia; lc 4Jun47; D unp. 9532. 

GIBNEY, MORGAN W. 
A miracle for Mrs. Smith. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

GIBSON, GLORIA HELEN. 
The silken thread. Episode no. 1. The 
story of Marie -Francine. A series of 
dramatic radio scripts. © Gloria Helen 
Gibson, Washington; lc 19Jun47; D unp. 
9617. 

GIBSON, THOMAS VICTOR. 
Fireball, a three act comedy-drama of 
today in the amusement industry, by 
Tom Gibson. © Thomas Victor Gib- 
son, Hollywood; lc 14Jan47; D unp. 6889. 

GIBSON, WILLIAM. 
The madhouse, a cartoon in one scene. 

© William Gibson, Topeka, Kan.; lc 

13jun47; D unp. 9592. 
Seal upon the heart, a fantasy in five 

scenes. © William Gibson, New York; 

lc 10Jun47; D unp. 10237. 

GIDEON, ROGER. 
You can have it I See Shelton, Edgar 
Greer. 

GIEYSZTOR-DEMBOWSKA, DANUTA. 
In desert and wilderness, a screen play 
in 105 scenes, from the novel by Henryk 
Sienkiewicz. © Mrs. Danuta Gieysztor- 
Dembowska, London; lc 9Dec46; D unp. 
6927. 

THE GIFT of the little shepherd. See 
Richards, Walter Auldon. 

THE GIFT of the Magi. See Reader's 
digest — radio edition, no. 55. 

GILBERT, WILLIE. 
Operation "Operation". See Weinstock, 
Jack Laurence. 

GILCHRIST, J. N. See Gilchrist, James 
Nelson. 

GILCHRIST, JAMES NELSON. 
He stood on his head, by J. N. and Vir- 
ginia Gilchrist. A play in three acts. 
© James Nelson and Virginia Gilchrist, 
New York; lc 28Mar47; D unp. 8366. 

GILCHRIST, VIRGINIA. 
He stood on his head. See Gilchrist, 
James Nelson. 

GILL, DONALD. 
Ambition unknown. See Denault, Clifton 
Alfred. 

G1LMORE, EDWARD JOSEPH. 
Star bright, a musical satire in three acts; 
music by Bart Howard [pseud.] book by 
Edward Gilmore, lyrics by Hart Howard 
[pseud.] and Edward Gilmore. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Edward 
Joseph Gilmore, jr., and Bart Howard, 
New York; lc 16May47; D unp. 1205. 

GILMORE, IRIS PAVEY. 
Chautauqua, a motion picture idea. Orig- 
inal screen idea by Iris Pavey Gilmore 
and Marian Huxoll Talmadge. cl946. 



34 leaves. 30cm. © Iris Pavey 
Gilmore and Marian Huxoll Tal- 
madge, Denver; lApr46; D pub. 
6956. 
Chautauqua, a saga of America. An 
original screen story and idea by 
Iris Pavey Gilmore and Marian 
Huxoll Talmadge. cl946. 155 leaves. 
29cm. © Iris Pavey Gilmore and 
Marion Huxoll Talmadgs, Denver; 
lMay46; D pub. 7527. 

GILPATRICK, THOMAS WESTON. 
Without price, a drama in three acts. 
© Thomas Weston Gilpatrick, Holly- 
wood; lc 16Mar47; D unp. 8335. 



GILSDORF, PAULINE, 
real life stories. 



See Aunt Jenny's 



THE GIMMICK series. See Sharpe, 
Pauline. The case of the short distance 
phone call. 

GINGRICH, HAROLD. 
All in favor, audition scripts. © Harold 
Gingrich, Chicago. 

No. 2. © lc 15Mar47; C 1333. 
No. 3. © lc 23May47; C 1436. 

GINNIS, A. S. See 
Exploring the unknown. 
Murder at midnight. 

GINNY. See Price, Isabel Mae. 

GINSBURY, NORMAN. 
Peer Gynt. See Ibsen, Henrik. 

GIRAN, ALBERT. 
L'Evangile d'un libre croyant; ou, Notre 
eVangile. En trois actes et 12 tableaux. 
© Albert Giran, Nimes, France; lc 
27Feb47; D unp. 9178. 

THE GIRL friend. See Malle, Clyde E . 

GIRL gets boy. See Pierce, Carl Webster. 

THE GIRL in the gully. See Wedd, Ruby 
Annette . 

A GIRL named Pat. See Mearson, Kit. 

THE GIRL who looks like me. See 
Mitchell, Virginia. 

THE GIRL without a name . See The 
eternal light, no. 112. 

THE GIRLS in Cantor's life. See Cantor, 
Eddie. 

GIVE-A-WAY merry-go-round. See De- 
laney, Alice Rogers. 

GIVE us this day. See Popa, Eli. 

GLASER, VERA R. 
Party time. Radio script. © Vera R. 
Glaser, Arlington, Va.; lc 12Jan47; 
Dunp. 6880. 

GLASS, EVERETT. 

Cindy. See Gastone, Michael. 

Moonlight emperor, a play in three acts 
about John Keats. © Everett Glass, 
Berkeley, Calif.; lc 25Jan47; D unp. 
7172. 



GLASS blowing. See Bergen, Edgar. 

THE GLASS slipper. See Farjeon, 
Eleanor. 

GLAUSER, ALFRED. 
La viUe qui parle, pieces courtes pour 
groupes de 10 a 25 acteurs. Toronto, 
Clarke, Irwin, cl946. 2 v. diagrs. 
19cm. © Clarke, Irwin and co., ltd.; 
5Dec46; D pub. 7397. 

GLECKLER, ADELAIDE. 
Dividend from heaven. See Cady, Wat- 



THE GLITTERING hope. See Poister, 
John J. 

GLORY halleliahl The sons of John Brown. 
See Sharpe, Pauline. 

GOD. See Walker, Lillie L. Daniels. 

GOD is my saddlemate. See CoUins, 
William J. 

GODDARD, JOHN, pseud. See Hare, 
Amory. 

GODIVA'S morning after. See Williams, 
Robert Franklin. 

GOD'S country. See Kaufman, S. Jay. Of 
human events. 

GOFF, NORRIS. 
Lum and Abner. See Lauck, Chester. 

GOFORTH, FRANCES. 
Whom the angels name. See Andersen, 
Warren Edward. 

GOGGINS, JUIL R. 
The story of the military casket. Lecture. 
© Juil R. Goggins, Minneapolis; lc 
28Mar47; C 1296. 

GOGOL, FRANK. 
Mad about surrealism, a comedy drama 
in three acts by Frank Gogol and Robert 
Feoli. © Frank Gogol, New York; lc 
HMar47; Dunp. 8000. 

GOING to Hollywood. See Benault, Al. 

GOLD, IRVING. 
Welcome home, a comedy in three acts. 
© Irving Gold, Brooklyn; lc 17Jan47; 
D unp. 6990. 

GOLD bars and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid, no. 136A. 

THE GOLD fang. See Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 468. 

GOLDEN, ALFRED. 
Collector's item. See Day, Lillian. 
A young man's fancy. See Thurschwell, 
Harry. 

GOLDEN, LOUIS. 
Two young. See Leopold, Teddy. 

THE GOLDEN calf. See Levine, Harry. 

THE GOLDEN dower. See Lord, Daniel 
A. 






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THE GOLDEN hill. See Ephron, Phoebe. 

THE GOLDEN key. See Holeton, Eliza- 
beth Suzanne. 

THE GOLDEN rule. See The greatest 
story ever told, no. 14. 

GOLDEN waters. See ' Fletcher, Vida 
Lorraine. 

GOLDING, BEN A. 
None but a stranger, a play in three 
acts. © Ben A. Golding, Brooklyn; 
lc 20ct46; D unp. 6957. 

GOLDING, MAX. 
I love them truly, a comedy in three 
acts. © Max Golding, New York; 
lc 15Jan47; D unp. 7450. 

GOLDMAN, AARON. 
An end to hiding, a play in three acts. 
© Aaron Goldman, Washington; lc 
17Jan47; D unp. 6979. 

GOLDMAN, ROBERT P. 
The golden calf. See Levine, Harry. 

GOLDSCHLAG, EUGENE. 
Comrade Diamond, a time-play. Titles 
in Yiddish and English; text in Yiddish. 
© Eugene Goldschlag, Brooklyn; lc 
21Feb47; D unp. 7693. 

GOLDSMITH, CLIFFORD. See Aldrich 
family. 

GOLDSMITH, GLORIA. 
End of a season, a play in five scenes. 
© Gloria Goldsmith, New York; lc 
21Jun47; D unp. 9626. 

GOLDSMITH, LEE. 
The neon wagon, a musical comedy in two 
acts; music by Paul Klein, book and lyrics 
by Lee Goldsmith and Bernie Weston. Text 
and music on separate leaves. © Lee 
Goldsmith, Paul Klein, Bernard Weston, 
New York; lc 15Dec46; D unp. 1147. 

GOLDSTEIN, EUGENE H. 
Double trouble, a dramatic comedy in 
two acts, by Gene Cringlle [pseud.] © 
Eugene H. Goldstein, Long Island City, 
N. Y.; lc 6Feb47; D unp. 7449. 

GOLENPAUL, DAN. See Information 
please. 

GOLL, RALPH. See Trendle-Goll. 

GONDELL, HARRY. 
Mission for Henry, a comedy. In three 

acts. © Harry Gondell, Los Angeles; 

lc 20Jun47; D unp. 10383. 
Women never learn, a comedy in three 

acts. © Harry Gondell, Los Angeles; 

lc 21Mar47; D unp. 8645. 
Women never learn, a comedy. In three 

acts. © Harry Gondell, Los Angeles; 

lc 5May47; D unp. 9151. 

GONZALEZ GONZALEZ, JOSE ANTONIO. 
El medico fingido. Comedia en tres 
actos. © Jose Antonio Gonzalez Gon- 
zalez, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; lc 
lApr47; D unp. 8566. 

GOOD girl. See Green, Eric Mawby. 



A GOOD neighbor. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

THE GOOD Samaritan. See The greatest 
story ever told, no. 1. 

THE GOOD wife. See Koerner, Sylvia. 

GOODBYE, Miss Lizzie Borden. See 
McCue, Lillian Bueno. 

GOODENOW, EARLE A. 
Precision cost system, a compendium 
of costs for the apparel industry; a 
lecture to be delivered by author to 
the National federation of apparel 
associations and to the members 
thereof. © Earle A. Goodenow, Dallas; 
lc 17Jan47; C 1090. 

GOODMAN, ABBY. 

Before I die, the story of Eugene Debs. 
A play in three acts, by Abby Mann 
[pseud.] © Abby Goodman, New York; 
lc 12Apr47; D unp. 8703. 

Drown my glory, a play in three acts, by 
Abby Mann [pseud.] and Bernard Drew. 
© Bernard Drew and Abby Mann, New 
York; lc 12Mar47; D unp. 8337. 

It's always three o'clock, a play in three 
acts by Abby Mann [pseud.] and Manny 
Carter. © Abby Mann and Manny 
Carter, New York; lc HMar47; D unp. 
8026. 

Mister inside out, something about life 
and death in play form, by Abby Mann 
[pseud.] and Mike Caidon [pseud.] In 
two sections. © Abby Goodman, 
New York; lc 6Jun47; D unp. 9553. 

GOODMAN, DEAN. 
The motive and the cue, a psychological 
melodrama in three acts. © Dean Good- 
man, New York; lc 10Feb47; D unp. 
7455. 

GOODMAN, FRANK. 
Use your voice and take your choice. 
Audition script. © Frank Goodman, 
Chicago; lc 22Apr47; D unp. 8918. 

GOODMAN, VERA LORRY. 
I hate horses; radio show in three acts. 
© Vera L Goodman, Brooklyn; lc 
4Mar47; D unp. 7860. 

GOODPASTURE, ERNEST W. 
Agents of infectious disease. New York 
Philharmonic -symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Mar. 2, 1947. © 
United States rubber co., New York; 
lc 26Mar47; C 1302. 

GOODRICH, ARTHUR F. 
Star trouble, a musical comedy in six 
scenes, by Arthur F. Goodrich and 
Daniel F. Bonacci. Text only. © 
Arthur F. Goodrich and Daniel F. 
Bonacci, Ithaca, N. Y.; lc 15Feb47; 
D unp. 7604. 

GOODYEAR, ELIZABETH. 
Painted wagon. See Huston, Philip. 

THE GOOSEHERD and the goblin. See 
Royle, Josephone Fetter. 

GORDON, DAVID K., pseud. Se£ Gross, 
David K. 



GORDON, GRANT. 
Now is the time, a play in three acts. 
© Grant Gordon, New York; lc lFeb47; 
D unp. 7448. 

GORDON, HOMER. 
Remember. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

GORDON, KURTZ, pseud. See Kurtz, C. 
Gordon. 

GORDON, RUTH. 
Years ago, a play in three acts. © Ruth 
Gordon and Garson Kanin, New York; 
lc 26Dec46; D unp. 7398. New matter: 
additions and revisions. Prev. reg. 
Journey to a star; 26Jul44, D unp. 89809. 
Years ago, a play [in three acts] New 
York, Viking press, 1947. 173 p. front. 
20cm. © Ruth Gordon (Kanin) and 
Garson Kanin, New York; 25Apr47; 
D pub. 9057. 

GORDUN, JACK HARRIS. See Gordun, 
Jacob Harris. 

GORDUN, JACOB HARRIS. 
Once in Vienna, a musical comedy in 
two acts, by Jack H. Gordun and Robert 
E. Weil. Text only. © Jacob Harris 
Gordun, New York; lc HFeb47; D unp. 
7540. 

GORE, CARROLL. See Gore, Mary 
Carroll. 

GORE, MARY CARROLL. 
A daughter's a daughter, by Carroll Gore. 
A play in three acts. © Mary Carroll 
Gore, Baltimore; lc 13Jun47; D unp. 
9584. 

GORE UK, MORDECAI. 
Paul Thompson forever, a play in one act. 
© Mordecai Gorelik, Hollywood; lc 
16Mar47; D unp. 8125. 

GORMAN, RICHARD JOSEPH. 
Everything happens at Hiram's; radio 
serial comedy drama. In seven episodes. 
© Richard Joseph Gorman, Los Angeles; 
lc 24Mar47; D unp. 8573. 

GOSDEN, FREEMAN F. 

The Amos 'n' Andy show. See The Amos 
'n' Andy show. (Radio program) 

Eyeglasses; parts I and II. A dramatic 
composition by Freeman Gosden and 
Charles Correll. cl947. 9 p. 21cm. 
© Freeman Gosden and Charles Cor- 
rell, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; 
D pub. 10219. 

Insurance; parts I, II and III. A dramatic 
composition by Freeman Gosden and 
Charles Correll. cl947. lip. 21cm. 
© Freeman Gosden and Charles CorreU, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 
10220. 

The Lord's prayer, a dramatic composition 
by Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll. 
cl947. 2 p. 21cm. © Freeman Gosden 
and Charles Correll, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 24May47; C pub. 10213. 

Parking the car, a dramatic composition 
by Freeman Gosden and Charles CorreU. 
C1947. 4 p. 21cm. © Freeman Gosden 
and Charles Correll, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 10212. 

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Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll. 
cl947. 4 p. 21cm. © Freeman Gos- 
den and Charles Correll, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 24May47; D pub. 10218. 

GOTTESMAN, MEYER HAROLD. 
The Almighty also fights, a three -act 
play of Jewish heroism. © Meyer 
Harold Gottesman, Brooklyn; lc 
13Mar47; D unp. 8107. 

GOTTSHALL, DOROTHY JANE. 
Never again. A play in three scenes. © 
Dorothy Jane Gottshall, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 10Apr47; D unp. 8672. 

GOULD, MARGUERITE GOODMAN. 
Bamboula; or, Dance Bamboula. A 
play with music. In two acts. Text 
only. © Marguerite Goodman Gould, 
New York; lc 13May47; D unp. 9235. 

GOULD, VELMA H. 
Once an Englishman, always an English- 
man. Play in six scenes. © Velma 
H. Gould, Allentown, Pa.; lc 7May47; 
D unp. 9114. 

GOVANS PLAYERS. 
The dawn cometh, written and presented 
by the Govans players under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Harry E. Latcham. A 
play in one act. © Govans players, 
Baltimore; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 8590. 
Greetings, Agatha. A play in one act, 
written and presented by the Govans 
players under the direction of Mrs. 
Harry E. Latcham. © Govans play- 
ers, Baltimore; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 
8591. 

GOVERNMENT by three. See Kaufman, 
Martin. 

GOVERNMENT informers. See Brand- 
fon, A. George. 

GOW, RONALD. 
Henry; or, The house on the moor. 
Melodrama in one act. Boston, 
Baker's plays [1947] 15 p. 18cm. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Ronald 
Gow, Beaconsfield, Bucks., Eng.; 
13Feb47; D pub. 7666. New matter: 
rewritten text. Prev. reg. 25Nov31; 
D pub. 13945. 

GRACIE discovers a movie star. See 
Burns, George. 

GRACIOUS, VIRGINIA. 
Beyond the clouds. Radio script. © 
Virginia Gracious, Chicago; Icl7jan47; 
D unp. 6989. 

GRADY, RICHARD F. 

Bikini— Bikini, a comedy for music by 
Richard Conlin [pseud.] In two acts. 
Text only. © Richard F. Grady, S. J., 
New York; lc 10May47; D unp. 9408. 

GRAHAM, DENI. 
These things we live by. See Graham, 
Jo. 

GRAHAM, GEORGENE ADELIA. 
Mary's fault. A play in three scenes. 
© Georgene Adelia Graham, Bethle- 
hem, Pa.; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 8480. 



GRAHAM, JO. 
These things we live by, a play in 
three acts. © Jo Graham and Deni 
Graham, North Hollywood, Calif.; 
lc 7May47; D unp. 9497. 

GRAHAM story. See The adventurers' 
club, Feb. 1, 1947. 

GRAIN, CLAIRE. 
Big sap; or, An ace in the hole. Comedy- 
drama in two parts. © Claire Grain, 
Newark, N. J.; lc 20Mar47; D unp. 
8348. 

A GRAMMAR lesson. See Bergen, Edgar. 

GRAND finale. See Julin, Carl Frederic. 

GRAND Hotel. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2246-1471. 

GRAND PRINT PUBLISHERS. 
Peace cell. See_ Savell, Richardson. 

GRANDEUR type of a man. See Wede- 
man, Erna. 

GRANDFATHERS' holiday. See Mere- 
dith, Charles Alexander. 

GRANDMOTHER Slyboots. Se£ Chorpen- 
ning, Charlotte (Barrows). Little Red 
Riding Hood. 

GRANDPA hangs the holly. See Elser, 
Donald. 

GRANICK, HARRY. See The march of 
science. 

GRANT, LEE. 
The safety patrol. Radio script. © 
Lee Grant, Brooklyn; lc 18Mar47; 
D unp. 8559. 

GRANT, WILL C. 
Dr. I. Q. See Dr. I. Q. (Radio program) 
The open road; audition script for The 

B. F. Goodrich company. © Grant 

advertising, inc., Chicago; lc 

4Apr47; D unp. 8484. 
Popsicle prize parade; audition script 

prepared for Joe Lowe corporation. 

Broadcast Mar. 2, 1947. © Grant 

advertising, inc., Chicago; lc 8Mar47; 

C 1236. 

GRANT ADVERTISING, INC. 
Dr. I. Q. See Dr. I. Q. (Radio program) 
The open road. See Grant, Will C. 
Popsicle prize parade. See Grant, Will 
C. 

GRAPHIC EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTIONS, 

INC. 

What are stars? A radio script. © 
Graphic educational productions, inc., 
Los Angeles; lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8962. 

Where do boats go? Radio script. © 
Graphic educational productions, 
inc., Los Angeles; lc 14Apr47; D unp. 
8720. 

GRAUSMEYER'S academy. See Stamm, 
Max. 

GRAVE in the water. See Kincel, Stephen 
George. 



GRAVES, RUSSELL BRIGGS. 

The coming of the giant. Play in 
three acts. © RusseU Briggs Graves, 
jr., Hartsville, Pa.; lc 30Apr47; 
D unp. 9055. 

The juggler. Play in two acts. © 
Russell Briggs Graves, jr., Harts- 
ville, Pa.; lc 30Apr47; D unp. 9056. 

GRAY, FRED WALTER. 
Western cavalcade. Narration with 
pantomime in six episodes. © Fred 
Walter Gray, San Francisco; lc 
31Mar47; D unp. 8415. 

GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, 
INC. 
From the forest to the pole. See 

Hopkins, Kenneth B. 
Making Hubbard hardware. See 

Hopkins, Kenneth B. 
The ; ecret of Crapo quality. See 

MacNaughton, H. 

GREASLEY, MARJORIE ANN. 
Behind the curtain, a day from the 
rehearsal of "As you like it." 
In one scene. © Marjorie Ann 
Greasley, Verona, N. J.; lc 23Mar47; 
D unp. 8957. 

THE GREAT commission. See Line- 
back, Mary Maxine. 

THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE . (Radio 

program) 

Scripts in this series are by John Whe- 
don and Sam Moore, unless otherwise 
indicated. © Kraft foods co., Chica- 
go- 

231-235. Nov. 27, Dec. 4, 11, 18, 
25, 1946. © lc each 5Jan47; D unp. 
6803-6807. 

236-240. Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1947. 
© lc each 17Feb47; D unp. 7591-7595. 

241. Feb. 5, 1947. By Bill Kelsay and 
Frank Moore. © lc 17Feb47; D unp. 
7596. 

242. Feb. 12, 1947. By Paul West. 
© lc 17Feb47; D unp. 7597. 

243. Feb. 19, 1947. By Bill Kelsay 
and Frank Moore. © lc 25Mar47; 
D unp. 8272. 

244. Feb. 26, 1947. © lc 25Mar47; 
D unp. 8273. 

245. Mar. 6, 1947. By Phil Leslie. 
© lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8274. 

246. Mar. 12, 1947. © lc 25Mar47; 

D unp. 8275. Revised from script no. 

207, 29Mar46; D unp. 2291. 
247-251. Mar. 19, 26, Apr. 2, 9, 16, 

1947. © lc each 27Apr47; D unp. 

9015-9019. 
252-256. Apr. 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21, 

1947. © lc each 27May47; D unp. 

9644-9648. 

GREAT lady. See Hogan, Frank. 

THE GREAT white way to death. See 
The Shadow, no. 293. 

GREATER love hath no man. See Rapp, 
Martha F . 

THE GREATEST man in the world. See 
Itzkowitz, Bernard. 



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THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD. 
(R.idio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Henry 

Denker, unless otherwise indicated. 

W Rayshow, inc., New York. 

1. Jan. 26, 1947. The good Samaritan. 
© lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8621. 

2. Feb. 2, 1947. The unmerciful 
steward. © lc 15Mar47; D unp. 
6622. 

3. Feb. 9, 1947. The prodigal son. 
© lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8628. 

4. Feb. 16, 1947. Turn the other 
cheek, by Priscilla Kent. © lc 
15Mar47; D unp. 8624. 

5. Feb. 23, 1947. The ten talents. 
© lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8625. 

6. Mar. 2, 1947. Faith is as a 
mustard seed. © lc 15Mar47; 
D unp. 8626. 

7. Mar. 9, 1947. The second mile. 
© lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8627. 

8. Mar. 16, 1947. The story of 
Lazarus. © lc 15Mar47; D unp. 
8628. 

9. Mar. 23, 1947. Lenten trilogy, 

pt. 1. The betrayal. © lc 21Mar47; 
D unp. 8640. 

10. Mar. 30, 1947. Lenten trilogy, 
pt. 2. The crucifixion. © lc 
28Mar47; D unp. 8937. 

11. Apr. 6, 1947. Lenten trilogy, 
pt. 3. The resurrection. © lc 
8Apr47; D unp. 8534. 

12. Apr. 13, 1947. Nicodemus— the 
man who came by night. © lc 
12Apr47; D unp. 8705. 

13. Apr. 20, 1947. John the Baptist. © 
lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8803. 

14. Apr. 27, 1947. The golden rule. 
© lc lMay47; D unp. 9046. 

15. May 4, 1947. Cast the first stone. 
© lc HMay47; D unp. 9236. 

16. May 11, 1947. They who see not 
shall see. © lc 17May47; D unp. 
9310. 

17. May 18, 1947. The soldier's 
servant. © lc 22May47; D unp. 
9360. 

18. May 25, 1947. Unto the least of 
these. © lc 29May47; D unp. 10085. 

19. June 1, 1947. The fruitless fig 
tree. © lc 10Jun47; D unp. 10283. 

20. June 8, 1947. The chief seat at 
the wedding. © lc 17Jun47; D unp. 
10359. 

21. June 15, 1947. The mote in thy 
brother's eye. © lc 20Jun47; Dunp. 
10380. 

22. June 22, 1947. Ask and ye shall 
receive. © lc 27Jun47; Dunp. 10403. 

GREEN, CARL P. 
Benjamin Bunny, the industrious rabbit. 

A story. © Carl P. Green, Washington; 

lc 26Apr47; D unp. 8983. 
Lochinvar, the last little leaf. Recording 

script. © Carl P. Green, Washington; 

lc 5Feb47; D unp. 7453. 
Sinbad, the one room cat. Radio script. 

© Carl P. Green, Washington; lc 

26Feb47; D imp. 7746. 

GREEN, ERIC MAWBY. 
Good girl, by E. Mawby Green, Edward 
Feilbert and Al Rosen. A play in three 
acts. © Al Rosen, Hollywood; lc 
19Jun47; D unp. 9623. 



GREEN, GEORGE. 
The morning reminder and pep up — 
a good morning laugh is an all day 
tonic. Script for a radio program. 
© George Green, Sheepshead Bay, 
N. Y.; lc 5Apr47; C 1425. 

GREEN, LILI. 
Flowers' fairy-tale. A play in prologue 
and four acts. © Lili Green, Wash- 
ington; lc 14Apr47; D unp. 8698. 

GREEN, ROBERT ARCH. 
Somewhere in the West. Chapter no. 1, 
The Pie -eyed Piper of Hamlin, by 
Robert Arch Green and Geoffrey Bryant. 
© Robert Arch Green and Geoffrey 
Bryant, New York; lc 20Apr47; D unp. 
9153. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Green Hornet, inc., 
Detroit. 

787. Dec. 22, 1946. Return of the 
missing witness, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6729. 

788. Jan. 5, 1947. Death comes to 
dinner, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 
8Jan47; D unp. 6829. 

788. Jan. 5, 1947. The Rodin statue, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 29Dec46; 
D unp. 6748. 

789. Jan. 12, 1947. The woman and 
Oliver Perry, by Trendle-Beattie. © 
lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6747. 

791. Jan. 26, 1947. The Top Hat Gang, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 23jan47; 

D unp. 7164. 

792. Feb. 2, 1947. The Rajah, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © lc 23jan47; 
D unp. 7165. 

793. Feb. 9, 1947. A shot in the arm, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 31Jan47; 
D unp. 7343. 

794. Feb. 16, 1947. The state's witness, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 31Jan47; 

D unp 7344. 

795. Feb. 23, 1947. Britt Reid teUs 
a story, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 7508. 

796. Feb. 30, 1947. The Findley case, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 9Feb47; 

D unp. 7480. 

797. Mar. 2, 1947. The big deal, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © lc 23Feb47; 

D unp. 7789. 

798. Mar. 16, 1947. Political strings, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 27Feb47; 
D unp. 7795. 

799. Mar. 25, 1947. Chickens come 
home to roost, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 9Mar47; D unp. 8092. 

799. Mar. 25, 1947. Rent in advance, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 29Mar47; 
D unp. 8440. 

800. Apr. 1, 1947. Political strings, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 25Apr47; 
D unp. 8921. 

801. Apr. 8, 1947. Stolen identity, by 
Trendle -Striker. © lc 25Apr47; 

D unp. 8922. 

802. Apr. 15, 1947. Last of the Top 
HatGang, by Trendle-Beattie. © 
lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8926. 

803. Apr. 22, 1947. Packaged plunder, 
by Trendle-Lay. © lc 25Apr47; 

D unp. 8927. 



804. Apr. 29, 1947. Mugging goes 
modern, by Trendle -Randon. © 
lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8928. 

805. May 6, 1947. Cut rate crime, by 
Trendle -Striker. © lc 15May47; 

D unp. 9265. 

806. May 13, 1947. Camera obscure, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © lc 15May47; 
D unp. 9266. 

807. May 20, 1947. Merger, not pre- 
ferred, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
5Jun47; D unp. 10015. 

808. May 27, 1947. Highway murder, by 
Trendle-Lay. © lc 5Jun47; D unp. 
10016. 

809. June 3, 1947. Cornered steel, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 8Jun47; D unp. 
10246. 

810. June 10, 1947. Fodder for head- 
lines, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
8Jun47; D unp. 10247. 

811. June 17, 1947. The big mouthpiece, 
by Trendle-Striker. © lc 8Jun47; 

D unp. 10248. 



GREEN HORNET, 
Hornet. 



INC. See The Green 



THE GREEN isle. See Kim, Laurence 
HopiU. 

THE GREEN sofa. See Heinze, Doris 
Helen. 

THE GREEN years. See Lux radio 
theatre, Jan. 13, 1947. 

GREENAWALT, NANCY JOAN. 
That's my penny; a one act comedy, two 
scenes. © Nancy Joan Greenawalt, 
New Cumberland, Pa.; lc 16Apr47; 
D unp. 8756. 

GREENBAUM, EVERETT ROBERT. 
The high courage of Amos Throng, a 
one act play. © Everett Robert 
Greenbaum, New York; lc 15Apr47; 
D unp. 8728. 

GREENBERG, HAROLD J. 
The conflict divine. See Kolline, 
Theodore. 

GREENBERG, SOLOMON. 
Why it's safe to fly— airways, a script 
in one act for motion picture and 
television. © Solomon Greenberg, 
Brooklyn; lc 7Feb47; D unp. 7430. 

GREENBERGER, HOWARD. 
The cause and the effect. A play in a 
prologue, two acts and epilogue. © 
Howard Greenberger, New York; lc 
4Mar47; D unp. 7874. 

GREENBLATT, ISAAC. 
Spiritual atoms. See Wiernik, Bertha. 

GREENDALE, ALEXANDER. 
Boy wonder, a play in two acts. © 
Alexander Greendale, Brooklyn; lc 
14Feb47; D unp. 7568. 
Whirlpool, a play in three acts. © 
Alexander Greendale, Brooklyn; 
lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10053. 

GREENE, HAZEL. 
Ever since Eve. A play in three acts. 
© Mrs. Hazel Greene, V, abbaseka, 
Ark.; lc 24Mar47; D unp. 8988. 



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GREENE, JOHN MYNETTE. See The 
Christmas adventures of Cloudchaser, 
Betty and Bob. 

GREENE (JOHN MYNETTE) AND ASSO- 
CIATES. See The Christmas adven- 
tures of Cloudchaser, Betty and Bob. 

GREENE, NED. See Greene, Nelson. 

GREENE, NELSON. 
Marinus Willett of Old Fort Plain, by 
Ned Greene. © Nelson Greene, Fort 
Plain, N Y.; 18Apr47; D pub. 8539. 

GREENE, PATTERSON. 
Music in the distance. A play in three 
acts. © Patterson Greene, Los Ange- 
les; lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8266. 

GREENFIELD, FELIX. 
The case of the short distance phone 
call. See Sharpe, Pauline. 

GREENSFELDER, JUNE F. 
The coping stone, by June F. Greens- 
felder and Virginia McBlair Garesche. 
St. Louis, 1946. 63 leaves. Motion 
picture script. © Virginia McBlair 
Garesche, St. Louis; 18Jun46; D pub. 
7077. 

GREETINGS, Agatha. See Govans 
players. 

GREGG, PETER, pseud. See Crocco, J. 
Peter. 

GREGORY, ETHEL HARRIS. 
Love Tommy — hate Tommy. A radio 
program in two acts. © Ethel Harris 
Gregory, New York; lc 5Feb47; D unp. 
7500. 

GREGORY AND HOUSE, INC. See Arm 
chair planning. 

GRENZEBACK, JOE EDWARD. 
Madame is served, a play in two acts; 
from Guy de Maupassant's story, 
L'heritage. © Joe Edward Grenzeback, 
New York; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8436. 

GRIBBLE, HARRY WAGSTAFF. 
Almost faithful; play in three acts. © 
Harry Wagstaff Gribble, New York; 
lc 13Jun47; D unp. 10376. 

GRIFFIN, IRENE FRANCES. 
The shadowboxers, a play in three acts. 
© Irene Frances Griffin, Brooklyn; lc 
8Jan47; D unp. 6851. 

GRIFFIN, MARY MAC NEILL. 
The timid angel. Monologue. © Mary 
MacNeill Griffin, Philadelphia; lc 
25Mar47; D unp. 8691. 

GRILLPARZER, FRANZ. 
A dream is life; dramatic fantasy in 
four acts, by Franz Grillparzer, 
translated by Henry H. Stevens. Yar- 
mouth Port, Mass., Register press, 
1946. 128 p. 22cm. © Henry H. 
Stevens, Yarmouth Port, Mass., 
18Apr47; D pub. 8958. 

GRIM grow the lilacs, source title. See 
Preston, David. Lilacs for George. 



GROSS, DAVID K. 
The earth remains; or, Highview 
house. A play in three acts, by 
David K. Gordon [pseud.] © David 
K. Gross (Gordon), Philadelphia; 
lc 7Jan47; D unp. 7287. 

GROSS, FRANKLIN SEYMOUR. 
Bright is the land, a new play in three 
acts. © Franklin Seymour Gross, 
Hartford; lc 12Jun47; D unp. 9586. 

GROSS, MARIE. 
A modern Christmas carol, a novel 
entertainment. Franklin, O., El- 
dridge entertainment house, inc., 
1946. 9 p. 19cm. (Eldridge Christ- 
mas entertainments) © Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc.; Franklin, 
O.; 15Jul46; D pub. 7191. 

GROSS, SEYMOUR. 
Picket on the hearth, a farcical 
comedy. In three acts. © Seymour 
Gross, New York; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 
8577. 



GROSSMONT comedy no. 1. 
Ehlers, Willard Arthur. 



See 



GRUENEBERG, RICHARD. 
Night side, by Richard Grueneberg 
and Maury Falstein. A play in a 
prologue and three acts. © Richard 
Grueneberg and Maury Falstein, 
Chicago; lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10000. 

GRUSETZ, ESTHER. 
The magic box. See Herman, Milton 
A. 

GRUWER, MORRIS. 
The three worlds, a play in sixty-six 
acts. © Morris Gruwer, Brooklyn; 
lc 31Jan47; D unp. 7447. 

GUARDED secrets. See Rieck, Milton 
A. 

GUAY, LOUISE MARIE. See Paul-Emile, 
soeur. 

GUEST, ROBERT. 
Sunday afternoon in Boston. See_ Roberts, 
Marion Alice. 

GUEST from India. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 428. 

THE GUESTS wouldn't say goodbye. See 
Burgess, F. Andre. 

GUILD, HELENE HEATHCOTE. 
Out of the frame . A dramatic presenta- 
tion of children painted by famous 
artists. Ten tableaux. Contents.— 
Neapolitan boy. — Age of innocence. — 
La Danseus.— Girl with cat.— Santa 
Claus. — Dancing in a ring. — The song 
of the lark.— The dead bird.— The five 
senses.— Holy night. © Helene Heath- 
cote Guild, New York; lc 19Mar47; 
D unp. 9074. 

GUISE PPI, the barber. See Spateholts, 
Richard Walrath. 

GUITTON, JEAN. 
Boulevard du crime, piSce policiSre 
en 3 actes et 4 tableaux. © Jean Guitton, 



Paris; lc 10Mar47; D unp. 8198. 

GULIBLE and Gall. See Prouse, Peter. 

GUNKLE, OLGA EDITH. 
Song of the sage; or, Saga of the West. 
A musical play. In two acts. Text 
only. © Olga Edith Gunkle, Denver- 
lc 17Jun47; D unp. 9614. 

GUNPOWDER'S grave. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2194-1419. 

GURIAN, MANNING MAX. 
Bless them all, a comedy in three acts 
by Max Gurian. © Manning Max Gur- 
ian, Brooklyn; lc 6Mar47; D unp. 7944. 

GURIAN, MAX. See Gurian, Manning 
Max. 

GUSTAFSON, HOWARD JOSEPH. 
Star bright. See Gilmore, Edward 
Joseph. 

GUSTAFSON, ORRIN ALDEN. 
And tomorrow. Screenplay. © Orrin 
Alden Gustafson, Detroit; lc 7Feb47; 
D unp. 7470. 



THE GUY Chookoorian show. 
Chookoorian, Guy. 



See 



GYLDENDAL NORSK FORLAG. 
Hustruen. See Bojer, Johan. 

GYLDENDALSKE BOGHANDEL NORDISK 
FORLAG. 
Kilderejsen. See Andersen, Vilhelm. 

THE GYNEDD house. See Morrow, Alice 
Marion. 



HAAG, HARRIET MAE. 
The miracle ring. A play in three scenes. 
© Harriet Mae Haag, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
23Apr47; D unp. 8882. 

HAAS, IRWIN. 
Reasonable people. A play in three acts. 
© Irwin Haas, Sunnyside, N. Y.; lc 
15Apr47; D unp. 8729. 

HABE, HANS. See Bekessy, Hans Habe. 

HABENECK, CHARLES. 
Regner apr§s sa mort. See Monther- 
lant, Henry de . La reine morte . 

HADAMAR. See Brand, Otto. 

HADASSAH. PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER. 
A night in Palestine. See Segal, Ethel. 

HAFNER, LES. 
Take it away. See Nugent, Edward J. 

HAGEN, JOHN MILTON. 
Dinner at the Duke's, a one act musical 
play. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © John Milton Hagen, Mill 
Valley, Calif.; lc 21Feb47; D unp. 
1161. 

HAGGART, JOHN DANIEL. 
The raven's feather, a melodrama in 
three acts. © John Daniel Haggart, 
New York; lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8247. 



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HAIGH, VERONICA. 
To dream again, a romantic play in 
three acts. London, English theatre 
guild [1947] 104 p. front., diagr. 
19cm. (Guild library) © Veronica 
Haigh, London; lMay47; D pub. 
10314. 

HAIL Nicolo. See Hudson, Roy F. 

HALE, LEROY FRANKLIN. 
Three men and a myth. An operetta 
in two acts. Text and music on sepa- 
rate leaves. © LeRoy Franklin Hale, 
Tacoma, Wash.; lc 30Apr47; D unp. 
1197. 

HALF a century of progress. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 

HALF a house. See Brennan, Rosalia. 

HALF way to Reno. See Reader's digest — 
radio edition, no. 63~! 

HALL, DONOHO. 
Claytus and Cordelia, a folk play in three 
acts, portraying the folk lore of the 
southern Appalachian mountains, by 
Donoho Hall and Helen Hall. Music by 
Tom Scott with lyrics by Joy Scott. 
Text and music on separate leaves. © 
Donoho Hall and Helen Hall, Los Ange- 
les, Tom Scott and Joy Scott, New York; 
lc lFeb47; D unp. 1154. 



HALL, FRANK. 
Three tickets to heaven. 
Josephine. 



See Bentham, 



HALL, HELEN. 
Claytus and Cordelia. See Hall, Donoho. 

HALL, HERBERT DARLING. 
Inside industry. Lectures. © Herbert 
Darling Hall, Newark, N. J.; lc each 
13May47. 

1. Industrial history. C 1444. 

2. Employment. C 1445. 

3. Production. C 1446. 

4. Cost. C 1447. 

5. Profits. C 1448. 

6. Remuneration. C 1449. 

7. Progress. C 1450. 

HALL, JOHN DAVIDSON. 
Little Elmer's photo, a farce in one act. 
Franklin, O., Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., cl946. 16 p. 19cm. 
(Eldridge popular one act plays) © 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O.; 24May46; D pub. 7197. 

HALL of records. See Cantor, Eddie. 

HALLER, RAYMOND J. 
Take it from the angels, an orange 
juice comedy-farce in three acts, 
by Ray HaUer. © Raymond Joseph 
Haller, Altadena, Calif.; lc 10Mar47; 
D unp. 7989. 

HALLMARK Reader's digest. See 
Reader's digest — radio edition. 

HALLOWAY, VANCE, pseud. See 
Van Woeart, Alpheus. 

HALLOWEEN. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 32. 



HALLOWEEN ahoy. See Fisher, 
Aileen. Four for fun. 

HALPERN, BARBARA. 
Imps of laughter. A play in one scene. 

© Sara Halpern, New York; lc 

18May47; D unp. 9439. 
July 4th birthday party. A play in one 

scene. © Sara Halpern, New York; 

lc 18May47; D unp. 9440. 
Kiddy kabaret. A play in one scene. © 

Sara Halpern, New York; lc 18May47; 

D unp. 9437. 
Melody minstrels. In one scene. © 

Sara Halpern, New York; lc 18May47; 

D unp. 9441. 
Silly school. A play in one scene. © 

Sara Halpern, New York; lc 18May47; 

Dunp. 9438. 

HALPERN, SARA. 
Imps of laughter. See Halpern, Barbara. 
July 4th birthday party. See Halpern, 

Barbara. 
Kiddy kabaret. See Halpern, Barbara. 
Melody minstrels. See Halpern, Bar- 
bara. 
Silly school. See Halpern, Barbara. 

HAM with egg. See Hobbs, Bertram. 

HAMILTON, MARY ELIZABETH. 
Analyses of four fundamental points in 
capital-labor relations. Address. © 
Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, Brooklyn; 
lc 20May47; C 1418. 

HAMILTON, SEENA M. 
Scorn the lowly. See Sechter, Sylvia. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM A. 
Come hither I A comedy in three acts, by 
William A. Hamilton and Kenn Stuart 
[pseud.] © vVilliam A. Hamilton and 
Kenneth N. Stubbs, Berkeley, Calif.; 
lc 27Apr47; D unp. 8967. 

HAMMERMAN, DAN. 
Second vision, a drama in three acts. © 
Dan Hammerman, New York; lc 21Jan47; 
D unp. 7081. 

HAMMOND, EMILY CUYLER. 
Law for love, a comedy by Emily Cuyler. 
In three acts. © Emily Cuyler Hammond, 
Washington; lc 17Jun47; D unp. 9597. 

HAN slog et barn. See Kehler, Henning. 
UllabeHa. 

HAND pressing. See Yates, Peter An- 
drew. Instructions for manufacturing, 
tailoring alterations, etc., no. 6. 

HANDLEY, JAMES R. 
Bottle of magic. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
Quartz crystals. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
A symphony of precision — measurements. 

See Wilding picture productions, inc. 

HANDS across the sea. See Van Doren, 
Edward F. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 
Adventure sells. Recording script for 
W. A. Sheaffer pen company. © W. A. 
Sheaffer pen co., Fort Madison, la.; 
lc 6Mar47; C 1211. 



The brotherhood of rats. Recording 
script for the Ralston-purina com- 
pany. © Ralston purina company, 
St. Louis; lc 6Mar47; C 1215. 

Calling all dealers I Recording script 
for Swift and company. © Swift 
and company, Chicago; lc 6Mar47; 
C 1221. 

Ceiling unlimited. Recording script 
for the Coca-cola company. © Coca- 
cola co., Wilmington, Del.; lc 29Jan47, 
C 1112. 

Chevrolet merchandising and training 
service. Recording script for Chevro- 
let motor division, General motors 
corporation. © Chevrolet motor div- 
ision,' General motors corporation, 
Detroit; lc 6Mar47; C 1223. 

Erasing the question mark. Recording 
script for Century metalcraft corpor- 
ation. © Century metalcr.ift corpora- 
tion, Chicago; lc 6Mar47; C 1224. 

The first time in history. Recording 
script for the Ralston-purina com- 
pany. © Ralston purina company, 
St. Louis; lc 6Mar47; C 1214. 

Get there first I Recording script 
for the Ralston purina company. © 
Ralston purina company, St. Louis; 
lc 6Mar47; C 1218. 

Getting the doctor on the team. Record- 
ing script Swift and company. © Swift 
and co., Chicago; lc 6Mar47; C 1220. 

Hidden danger; recording script for the 
Coca-cola company. © The Coca-cola 
co., New York; lc 13Apr47; C 1350. 

It can happen. Recording script for 
the Coca-cola company. © Coca-cola 
co., Wilmington, Del.; lc 29Jan47; 
C 1111. 

The little things. Recording script for 
the Chevrolet motor division, General 
motors corporation. © Chevrolet 
motor division, General motors Corp., 
Detroit; lc 6Mar47; C 1225. 

Lucky little fellow I Recording script for 
Swift and company. © Swift and com- 
pany, Chicago; lc 6Mar47; C 1222. 

Make 'em your friends. Recording 
script for the Ralston-purina company. 
© Ralston purina company, St. Louis; 
lc 6Mar47; C 1217. 

Make the shoes fit. Recording script 
for Chevrolet motor division, General 
motors corporation. © Chevrolet 
motor division, General motors Corp., 
Detroit; lc 6Mar47; C 1230. 

The man who no's nobody. Recording 
script for the Ralston-purina com- 
pany. © Ralston purina company, St. 
Louis; lc 6Mar47; C 1216. 

Man's ancient enemy. Recording script 
for the Ralston-purina company. © 
Ralston purina co., St. Louis; lc 
6Mar47; C 1213. 

The new Frigidaire electric range. Re- 
cording script for Frigidaire division, 
General motors corporation. © Frig- 
idaire division, General motors Corp., 
Dayton, O.; lc 6Mar47; C 1228. 

Put and take. Recording script for 
Standard oil company (Incorporated 
in Kentucky) © Standard oil company 
(incorporated in Kentucky), Louisville, 
Ky.; lc 6Mar47; C 1226. 

Selling the home market; recording script 
for the Coca-cola company. © The 
Coca-cola co., New York; lc 13Apr47; 
C 1348. 

Take it home; recording script for the 



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Coca-cola company. © The Coca-cola 
co., New York; lc 13Apr47; C 1349. 

Thirty-five years of progress. Record- 
ing script for Chevrolet motor division, 
General motors corporation. © Chevro- 
let motor division, General motors 
corporation; lc 6Mar47; C 1229. 

Where rainbows begin. Recording script 
for National cash register company. © 
National cash register co., Dayton, O.; 
lc 6Mar47; C 1227. 

Your perfect customer. Recording script 
for Swift and company. © Swift and 
company, Chicago; lc 6Mar47; C 1219. 

Zippers ... for Rockett's pockets. Re- 
cording script for the Ralston-purina 
company. © Ralston purina company, 
St. Louis; lc 6Mar47; C 1212. 

THE HANDY man. See Carlisle, Helen 
Grace. 

HANEK, LORETTA ANNE. 
The shut-in club of the air. Radio pro- 
gram. © Loretta Anne Hanek, New 
York; lc 12Feb47; C 1156. 

HANGMAN'S noose. See Batson, George. 

HANNAH, DOROTHY. 
The marble orchard, a comedy in three 
acts. © Dorothy Hannah, Los Angeles; 
lc 17Dec46; D unp. 6812. 

HANNAH, maid of Israel. See Drayton, 
Allan Oscar. 

HANNAN, WALTER. 
The haunted house. Radio script. © 

Walter Hannan, Hollywood; lc 4Apr47; 

D unp. 8483. 
The snowflake. Radio script. © Walter 

Hannan, Hollywood; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 

8478. 
The sour apple tree. Radio script. © 

Walter Hannan, Hollywood; lc 4Apr47; 

D unp. 8498. 

HANSL, JEAN ARCHIBALD. 
The strange case of the Hamilton sisters. 
See Darling, Caroline. 

HANSON, CARROLL BENJAMIN. 
A lawyer in love, a comedy in three acts. 
© Carroll Benjamin Hanson, Fulton, Mo.; 
lc HMay47; D unp. 9199. 

HANSON, MARY KATHRYN. 
Sweet land of everything, an original 
comedy. In three acts. © Mary Kathryn 
Hanson, Aldan, Pa.; lc 24Apr47; D unp. 
8912. 

HANSON, MEYER. 
Solo flight for Joan, a comedy in one act. 
Franklin, O., Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., cl946. 19 p. 19cm. (Eld- 
ridge popular one act plays) © Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O.; 
24May46;D pub. 7201. 

HAPHAZARD honeymoon. See Rowley, 
Patricia K. 

HAPPY birthday. See 
Loos, Anita. 
That s Finnegan, no. 49. 

HAPPY-GO-LUCKY. See Boorum, Ralph 
Waldo. 



THE HAPPY home hour. See Wardwell, 
Kenneth C. 

HAPPY hunting. See Colby, Archie. 

HARBER, BETH. 

Four strings on a harp, a program for 
Jewish music week. © Beth Harber, 
Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 23Feb47; Dunp. 
7695. 

Music in the air. Freddy Flute goes to 
town. A radio program. © Beth Har- 
ber, Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc ljun47; 
D unp. 10028. 

HARBOR house . See Holtby, Grace . 

HARBURG, EDGAR Y. 
Finian's rainbow, a new musical. Book 
by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy; 
lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, music by 
Burton Lane. In two acts. Text only. 
© Edgar Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, 
New York; lc 13May47; D unp. 9239. 



HARD as steel, 
science. 



See The march of 



HARD wind blowing. See Viera, Lillian 
Jones. 

HARDEN, VIRGINIA. See Stewart, Virginia 
Harden. 

HARDY, PHILLIP ILIFFE. 
The little man who wasn't there. A story. 
© Phillip Iliffe Hardy, Algonquin, 111.; 
lc 21May47; C 1419. 

HARDY, THOMAS. 
The return of the native. See Daykarhan- 
ova, Tamara. 

HARE, AMORY. 

I knew a woman once, a play in three 
acts, by John Goddard [pseud.] © 
Amory Hare Hutchinson, Santa Ynez, 
Calif.; lc 29Jan47; D unp. 7383. 

In the king's name, a play in three acts, 
by John Goddard [pseud.] © Amory 
Hare Hutchinson, Santa Ynez, Calif.; 
lc 21Dec46; D unp. 6760. 

Lazear, a play in three acts, by John 
Goddard [pseud.] © Amory Hare 
Hutchinson, Santa Ynez, Calif.; lc 
29Jan47; D unp. 7382. 

Paying guests, a play in three acts, by 
John Goddard [pseua.] © Amory Hare 
Hutchinson, Santa Ynez, Calif.; lc 
21Dec46; D unp. 6761. 

The unconquered, a play in one act by 
John Goddard [pseud.] © Amory Hare 
Hutchinson, Santa Ynez, Calif.; lc 
21Dec46; D unp. 6759. 

HARK, MILDRED. 
Easter tidings, by Mildred Hark and Noel 

McQueen. New York, Play club [1947] 

19 p. 20cm. A play in two scenes. © 

Play club, inc., New York; lApr47; 

D pub. 9412. 
Jeff and Lucky, by Mildred Hark and Noel 

McQueen. A radio script. © Norma M. 

Soule and Olan E. Soule, Evanston, 111.; 

lc 12Mar47; D unp. 8091. 
Music hath charms, a comedy in one act, 

by Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen. 

New York, Play club, cl946. 18 p. 

20cm. © Play club, inc., New York; 

28Dec46; D pub. 6780. 



HARLAN, ETHEL ANDREWS. 
Among strangers; mystery comedy 
in three acts, by Ethel Andrews 
Harlan. Based on material by 
Margaret Mower. © Ethel Andrews 
Harlan, New York; lc 6Feb47; 
D unp. 7415. 



HARMON, DAVID. See Exploring the 
unknown. 



THE HARMONEERS. 
Paul. 



HARNETT, JOEL W. 
Score champ score. 
Samuel M. 



See Morris, 



See Chartock, 



HARPER, LOUISE. 
Noble David, a comedy in one act. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson 
[1946] 31 p. 21cm. © Row, Peter- 
son and co., Evanston, 111 • 10Dec46; 
D pub. 10183. 



HARRIS, AURAND. See Harris, James 
Aurand. 



HARRIS, JAMES AURAND. 
The moon makes three, a high school 
comedy in three acts. New York, 
French; [etc., 1947] 106 p. diagr. 
19cm. (French's standard library 
edition) © Samuel French, New 
York; 28Feb47; D pub. 8380. Prev. 
reg. 20May46; D unp. 3237. 
Who s who? A new high school 
comedy, by Aurand Harris. In three 
acts. © James Aurand Harris, New 
York; lc 21May47; D unp. 9347. 



HARRIS, JOEL CHANDLER. Brer 
Rabbit and the little girl. See Reise- 
witz, Ellen Anna. 



HARRIS, KATHERINE. 
The mystery of the misdiagnosis. 
Radio play. © Hallock E. Hoffman, 
Pasadena, Calif.; lFeb47; D pub. 
7973. 



HARRIS, LESTER ABRAHAM. 
Recognition of the Holy See. Address. 
© Lester Abraham Harris, Orlando, 
Fla.; lc 20Jan47; C 1072. 

HARRISON, GEORGE. 
The bells of St. Clemons, a seven 
page humorous story. © George 
Harrison, New York; lc 28Dec46; 
D unp. 6754. 

HARROW, ALAN GEORGE. 
Uncle Harvey's recipe, a comedy 
fantasy in three acts by Alan and 
Arthur Harrow. © Alan George 
Barrow and Arthur Lewis Harrow, 
New York; lc lMay47; D unp. 9047. 

HARROW, ARTHUR LEWIS. 
Uncle Harvey's recipe. See Harrow, 
Alan George. 



HART, ELIZABETH. 
Reasonable facsimile, a farce com- 
edy in three acts, with, four original 
song lyrics by Elizabeth and James 
Hart. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



© Elizabeth and James Hart, 
New York; lc 3Jun47; D unp. 
10017. 

HART, JAMES. 
Reasonable facsimile. See Hart, Eliza- 
beth. 

HART, MOSS. 
Christopher Blake. New York, Random 
house [1947] 115 p. 21cm. A play, 
in two acts. O Moss Hart, New York; 
31Mar47; 2c llMar47; D pub. 8448. 
Prev. reg. The world of Christopher 
Blake; 23Aug46; D unp. 4684. 

HARTE, BRET. 
A ward of the Golden Gate. See Bott, 
Wilma Carroll. 

HARTE N, PERRY. 
The fisherman and the jinni. See The 
Columbia workshop, May 26, 1946. 

HARTMAN, GRACE. 
Heaven help the angels. See Luce, Ted. 
The man who cried in Congress. See 
Hartman, Paul. 

HARTMAN, KENNETH. 
Out of chaos. A dramatic composition. 
53 leaves. © Kenneth Hartman, New 
York; lc 22Mar47; D unp. 8243. 

HARTMAN, PAUL. 
Heaven help the angels. See Luce, Ted. 
The man who cried in Congress, a play 
in two acts, by Paul Hartman, Grace 
Hartman and Jane Bishir. © Jane 
Bishir, Grace Hartman and Faul Hart- 
man, New York; lc 13Jan47; D unp. 6920. 

HARTMANN, FRITHJOF A. 
The 2r-triangle method for rectifying 
circle arcs. Lecture. © Frithjof A. 
Hartmann, Larchmont, N. Y.; lc 
8Sep46; C 1169. 

HARTOG, JANDE. 

The fourposter, the story of a marriage 
in six scenes. © Jan de Hartog, New 
York; lc lFeb47; D unp. 7353. 

Skipper next to God, a play of the sea. 
In three acts. © Jan de Hartog, New 
York; lc lApr47; D unp. 8417. 

HARVARD comes to Yale. See The 
adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 28. 

HARVEY, FRANK, 1885- 
The poltergeist, a play in three acts. 
London, H. F. W. Deane, Boston, Baker 
international play bureau [1947] 68 p. 
plate 22cm. © Frank Harvey, London; 
28May47; D pub. 10374. 

HARVEY, RAY. 
The Georgie Price show. Audition 

script. © Ray Harvey, Flushing, 

N. Y.; lc 15May47; D unp. 9289. 
Mr. Bobby Clark; proposed radio spot. 

© Ray Harvey, Flushing, N. Y.; lc 

29May47; D unp. 10087. 

HARWELL, RICHARD BARKSDALE. 
King Linkum the first. See Hewitt, 
John Hill. 

HASKELL, EDWARD F. 
Elements of systematic social science. 



Materials presented before the 
Society for the philosophy of Science, 
section L of the A.A.A.S., Boston, 
Dec. 31, 1946. Lecture. © Edward 
F. Haskell, New York; lc 10Feb47 
C 1148. 

HATCH, ERIC. 
Kelly, a play in three acts. © Eric 
Hatch, Smithtown Branch, N. Y.; lc 
5Feb47; D unp. 7428. 

HATS off. See Weir, Lyon Stanley. 

THE HAUNTED house. See 
Hannan, Walter. 
Houston, Gemma D'Auria. 

HAUSMAN, LEON. 
Emotions, a two act farce-comedy. © 
Leon Hausman, Atlantic City; lc 2Apr47; 
D unp. 8439. 

HAVE a heart. See Fisher, Aileen. Four 
for fun. 

HAVE you read it? See_ Car land, Helen. 

HAVE you seen the sun? See Daly, James. 

HAVEN, DOROTHY CARTER. 
Mary, Mother of Jesus. See Hughes, 
Annasue. 

HAWK'S nest. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2223-1448. 

HAWLEY, ESTHER M. 
Before the deed. A play in one act. © 

Esther M. Hawley, New York; 13jun47; 

D pub. 10353. 
No door is shut. A play in one scene. © 

Esther M. Hawley, New York; 28Feb47; 

D pub. 8791. 

HAWS, R. CALVERT. 
The first Noel, a story of the first 
Christmas. In three acts. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © R. 
Calvert Haws, Hollywood; lc 4Nov46; 
D unp. 1146. New matter: revisions 
and additions. Prev. reg. 23Dec35; 
D unp. 38881. 

HAWSE, ALBERTA. 
The builders. Biblical drama based on 
Nehemiahl-7. Boston, [etc.] Baker's 
plays [1947] 30 p. 19cm. © Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston; 7Apr47; D pub. 
8663. 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL, 1804-1864. 
The scarlet letter, source title. See 
Saddler, Donald Edward. 

HAY, JULIUS. 
Gerichstag, eine deutsche tragbdie. In 
three acts. © Theaterverlag Reiss, 
a.g., Basel, Switzerland; lc 19Feb47; 
D unp. 7737. 

HAYES, JOSEPH ARNOLD. 
Come over to our house. See Hayes, 

Marrijane. 
Leaf and bough, a play in three parts. 

© Marrijane and Joseph Hayes, 

Brookfield Centre, Conn.; lc 16Mar47; 

D unp. 8130. 

HAYES, MARRIJANE. 
Come over to our house, a comedy in 



three acts, by Marrijane and Joseph 
Hayes. New York, French; [etc. J 
cl946. 127 p. dlagr. 18 l/2cm. © 
Samuel French, New York- 230ct46- 
D pub. 8317. 
Leaf and bough. See Hayes, Joseph 
Arnold. 

HAYES, ROBERT AUSTIN. 
Too warm for mink, an original 30- 
minute drama by Robert Marlowe 
[pseud. J Radio script. © Robert 
Austin Hayes, Boston; lc 4Apr47; 
D unp. 8719. 

HAYNE, HELEN. 
Five short steps to the h-altar, a comedy 
in three acts. Caption title: Alcatraz 
passenger; or Seven diamonds and a 
ruby. By Tarquiny C. Pironti. © 
Helen Hayne, New York; lc 7Feb47; 
D unp. 7435. New matter: additions 
and revisions. Prev. reg. Alcatraz 
passenger; or, Seven diamonds and a 
ruby. By Tarquiny C. Pironti. 20Aug40; 
D unp. 71261. 

HAYNES, LYLA WATERBURY. 
Chaoming, the bright and clever one. A 
make-believe broadcast with music for 
middle and upper grades, by Lyla 
Waterbury Haynes and Jean Kaiser. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson [1946 J 
19 p. 26cm. © Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111.; HNov46; D pub. 1211. 

HAYS, JACK. 
Oh promise me; original screenplay. © 
Jack Hays, Beverly Hills, Calif.; lc 
4Apr47; D unp. 8460. 

HE is risen. See Kenney, Marie Ethel. 

HE stood on his head. See Gilchrist, James 
Nelson. 

HE who laughs last. See Eadie, Marian 
Raker. 

HEADLINE enigma. See Burford, Nor- 
man Lavern. 

HEADLINES. See Trieste, Leopoldo. 

HEADS you win. See Fudakowski, Thomas 
I. 

HEAGY, HAROLD JAMES. 
Dust, a play in three acts, by Harold 
James Heagy and Evelyn Mae Pae- 
per. © Harold James Heagy and Eve- 
lyn Mae Paeper, New York; lc 10ct46; 
D unp. 7742. 

HEALEY, ROBERT MATHIEU. 

The beeswax doll, a full-length melo- 
drama. In two acts. © Robert Mathieu 
Healey, New York; lc 20Mar47; D unp. 
8349. 

For want of a nail, a three-act play. © 
Robert M. Healey, New York; lc 
5Jun47; D unp. 10050. 

HEALTH play. See Koslow, Edith L. 

HEANEY, PAUL GERARD. 
By her own petard, alas! A play in 
three acts. © Paul Gerard Heaney, 
St. Joseph, Mo.; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 
7879. 



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The intolerable presence of God, a 
play in two acts. © Paul Gerard 
Heaney, St. Joseph, Mo.; lc 10Feb47; 
D unp. 7473. 

HEARKEN to the evidence. Se£ Akins, 
Zo'e. 

HEARST RADIO, INC. 
Harbor house. See Holtby, Grace. 

HEART trouble. Se£ Saeger, Marian. 

HEARTBEAT. See Caulk, Ruth Marie. 

HEART-BEAT. See Wells, Virginia. 

HEARTBREAK. See Koegel, Joseph. 

HEARTHSTONE. See Wilson, Eliza- 
beth Lora. 

HEAVEN and Charing cross. See 
Danvers-Walker, Aubrey. 

HEAVEN help the angels. See Luce, 
Ted. 

THE HEAVEN of each. See Maine, 
Virginia. 

HEAVEN regained. See Rosser, Dor- 
othy Jacqueline. 

THE HEAVENLY highway 66. See 
Lacy, Lela. Bible dramas. 

HEAVENLY music. See Let's pretend. 

HEBBEL, FRIEDRICH, 1813-1863. 
Judith. See Carrington, Ulrich S. 

A HECTIC night. See Toste, Frank 
Anthony. 

HEDRICK, LACY DEWEY. 
Camels have three humps. A play in 
three acts. © Lacy Dewey Hedrick, 
jr., New York; lc 29Mar47; D unp. 
8434. 

HEEG, ARTHUR M. 
Creatures of habit. Quiz type radio pro- 
gram. © Arthur M. Heeg, Floral Park, 
N. Y.; lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8648. 

HEGHINIAN, EDWARD N. 
Slice it thin. See Moritz, Albert Os- 
bourne . 

DAS HEILIGE experiment. See Hoch- 
waelder, Fritz. 

HEIMKEHR ins paradies. See Demetz, 
Peter. 

HEINZE, DORIS HELEN. 
The green sofa. A twenty-three minute 
play in three scenes. © Doris Helen 
Heinze, Allentown, Pa.; lc 21Mar47; 
D unp. 8218. 

HELLEBRANTH, ELENA DE. See De 
Hellebranth, Elena. 

HELLMAN, LILLIAN. 
Another part of the forest, a play in 
three acts. New York, Viking press, 
1947. 134 p. front. 19 l/2cm. © 
Lillian HeUman, New York; 4Apr47; 
D pub. 8662. Prev. reg. 180ct46; 



D unp. 5514. 

HELLO mothers. See Smith, Mrs. 
Mark Landis. 

HELPCALL. See Decker, Ammiel F. 

HENDERSON, HARRY. 
The life and good times of Joe Miller. 
See Sayers, Michael. 

HENDERSON, ISABEL F. 
Behold the dreamer. See Henderson, 
J. Graham. 

HENDERSON, J. GRAHAM. 
Behold the dreamer; founded on the 
story of Joseph. A romantic melo- 
drama in twenty-nine scenes, by 
J. Graham Henderson, rewritten 
and revised by Isabel F. Henderson. 
© Isabel F. Henderson, New York; 
lc 9Mar47; D unp. 8603. 

HENDERSON, JACK EVERETT. 
Man's greatest enemy; comedy in one 
act. © Jack Everett Henderson, 
New York; lc 13Feb47; D unp. 7563. 

HENDERSON, JOHN. 
Atomically yours, a mystery comedy 
in three acts. © John Henderson, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y.; lc 4Apr47; 
D unp. 8693. 

HENDERSON, MARY. 
The fated sky, a play in three acts. © 

Mary Henderson, Augusta, Ga.; lc 

19Feb47; D unp. 7653. 
The fated sky, a play. In three acts. 

© Mary Henderson, Augusta, Ga.; lc 

24Jun47; D unp. 9652. 

HENDERSON, R. R. 
Hot off the griddle, a farce in one act. 
Boston, Baker's plays [1947] 18 p. 
19cm. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© Walter H. Baker co., Boston; 
22Apr47; D pub. 8953. 

HENIS, HELEN. 
Cafeteria society. See Brandfon, A. 

George. 
Government informers. See Brandfon, 

A. George. 

HENNEFELD, EDMUND BERTRAM. 
G-II. A play in two acts, and an epi- 
logue. © Edmund Bertram Hennefeld, 
New York; lc 30Mar47; D unp. 8746. 

HENNELL, PAMELA (HARRIS) 
Spittin' image. A play in three acts. 
© Pamela M. Hennell (nee Harris) 
New York; lc 18May47; D unp. 9311. 

HENNESSY, EDWARD. 
Poor Richard, a musical biography of 
Ben Franklin. Text and lyrics by Ed- 
ward Hennessy, music by Ralph Matesky. 
In three acts. Text and music in separ- 
ate volumes. © Edward Hennessy and 
Ralph Matesky, Compton, Calif.; lc 
23Jun47; D unp. 1213. 

HENNING, PAUL. 
French long underwear maker. See 

Burns, George. 
Gracie discovers a movie star. See 
Burns, George. 



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Sugar throat sings again.- See Burns, 

George. 
What every old husband should know. 

See Burns, George. D pub. 10221. 
What every young bride should know. 

See Burns, George. 

HENNINGER, CATHERINE G. 
Many motives mystify, the story of a 
stingy farmer. A play in four scenes. 
© Catherine G. Henninger, Allentown, 
Pa.; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 8652. 

HENNY Penny. See Adam, Joseph. 

HENRIETTA soil tanzen. See Ander- 
mann, Karl. 

HENRIETTA the eighth. See Kurtz, C. 
Gordon. 

HENRY, BRUCE. 
Progress report. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

HENRY, JOSEPH. 
Behind closed doors. A play in three 
acts. © Joseph Henry, Columbia, 
S. C; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8457. 
Marriage through mail. A play in three 
acts. © Joseph Henry, Columbia, S.C.; 
lc 17Apr47; D unp. 8757. 

HENRY. See Gow, Ronald. 

HENRY Clear speaking. See Stephenson, 
Ann. 

HENTON, J. A., pseud, of Henry A. Kozlow- 

ski and Anthony Ostroff, jr. 

Murder by morning, a modern melodrama 
in one act. Boston, Baker's plays [1947] 
21 p. diagr. 19cm. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston; 21Jun47; D pub. 10399. 

HER former sweetheart. See Gates, 
Robert Julius. 

HER heart held me. See Miley, Vincent 
Arthur. 

HER Mr. Baxter. See Lima, Charles 
A. de. 

HER three selves. See Albyn, Genevieve 
Nicetas. 

HERBERT D. HALL FOUNDATION. See 
Hall, Herbert Darling. 

HERBIE makes the team. See Williams, 
Marjorie M. 

HERBIE 'S Christmas present. See Wil- 
liams, Marjorie M. 

HERBLIN, EDNA BUCKLER. See Buckler, 
EdnaE. 

HERBLIN-WILSON, EDNA. See Buckler, 
EdnaE. 

HERE comes spring again for it's April 
o'clock. See Orr, Gertrude. 

HERENDEEN, CHARLES FREDERICK. 
His highness the humbug, inspired by 
unrelated incidents in the life of P. 
T. Barnum. A story by Fred Herendeen, 



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set to a musical score by Josef 
Cherniavsky. Text only. © Charles 
Frederick Herendeen, Chicago; lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 7463. 

HERENDEEN, FRED. See Herendeen, 
Charles Frederick. 

L'HERITAGE, source title. See Grenze- 
back, Joe Edward. Madame is served. 

HERMAN, MILTON A. 
The magic box, a radio play. © Milton 
A. Herman and Esther Grusetz, co- 
partners, d. b. a. Herman &. Grusetz, 
Brooklyn; lc 26Dec46; D unp. 6715. 

HERMAN AND GRUSETZ. See Herman, 
Milton A. 

THE HERMIT of Nugget Hill. See Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 472. 

HERNANDEZ, PETER. 
Unfinished business, a light comedy in 
three acts, by Peter Hernandez and 
Christi Kruger. © Peter Hernandez 
and Christi Kruger, Los Angeles; lc 
7Jan47; D unp. 6824. 

HERNANDEZ, SILVIO. 
Screen movie stars night. How well do 
you know your movie stars? An enter- 
tainment program description. © 
Silvio Hernandez, Tampa, Fla.; lc 
6May47; C 1397. 



HERO for an hour. 
B. Dream stuff. 



See Cerrone, Jean 



HERO hill. See Falk, Lee Harrison. 

HERSHEY, BURNET. 
Class reunion, a play in three acts, 
by Burnet Hershey, based on the novel 
of same name, by Franz Werfel. © 
Burnet Hershey and Alma M. Werfel, 
New York; lc 20Mar47; D unp. 8183. 

HERST, GLADYS H. 
The birthday ball of the wooden doll. 

Radio play no. 2. © Gladys H. Herst, 

San Francisco; lc 14Feb47; D unp. 

7584. 
The dumb egg I Radio play no. 1. © 

Gladys H. Herst, San Francisco; lc 

14Feb47; D unp. 7583. 
Inside the magic book I Radio play no. 5. 

© Gladys H. Herst, San Francisco; lc 

14Feb47; D unp. 7587. 
The land of play. Radio play no. 4. © 

Gladys H. Herst, San Francisco; lc 

14Feb47; D unp. 7586. 
The magic blue plate. Radio play no. 6. 

© Gladys H. Herst, San Francisco; lc 

14Feb47; D unp. 7588. 
Nosey! Radio play no. 3. © Gladys H. 

Herst, San Francisco; lc 14Feb47; D 

unp. 7585. 

HESS, FRANCES LEEDOM. 
Scenes in solo; monologues for a woman. 
Philadelphia, Penn play co. [1946] 89 p. 
18cm. © Fenn play co., Philadelphia; 
2Jan46; D pub. 659. 

HESS, ISAAC MAXWELL. 
The I. M. Hess treatment. An address. 
© Isaac Maxwell Hess, Lumberpost, 
W. Va.; lc 28May47; C 1453. 



HESS, VIRGINIA A. 
The truant sun, a drama in three acts. 
© Virginia A. Hess, Fresno, Calif.; 
lc lFeb47; D unp. 7625. 

HESSE, JANET PERRIGO. 
Always greener grass. A play in four 
scenes. © Janet Perrigo Hesse, Allen- 
town, Pa.; lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8616. 

HESTIA. See Mitchell, Theodore G. 

HETRICH, MARY ELLEN. 
Better late than never, a fifteen minute 
play in three scenes. © Mary Ellen 
Hetrich, Birdsboro, Pa.; lc 23Mar47; 
D unp. 8231. 

HEUER, EDWARD I. 
The ghost house. See St. Clair, Robert. 
If this be bliss. See Johnson, Albert. 

HEWITT, JOHN HILL, 1801-1890. 
King Linkum the first, a musical burletta 
as performed at the Concert Hall, Au- 
gusta, Georgia, February 23, 1863. 
Edited by Richard Barksdale Harwell. 
Atlanta, 1947. 32 p. front. 24cm. 
(Emory University publications. 
Sources & reprints. Ser. IV) Text 
only. © Emory University Library, 
Emory University, Ga.; 19Feb47; Dpub. 
10315. 

HEWSON, ISABEL MANNING. 

The land of the lost. Episode no. 35 A, 
April 7, 1947. Radio script. © Isabel 
Manning Hewson, New York; lc 12Apr47; 
D unp. 8734. 

Petticoat varieties. A radio script. © 
Isabel Manning Hewson, New York; lc 
3May47; D unp. 9081. 

Ring the belli A 15-minute radio pro- 
gram. Episode 1. © Isabel Manning 
Hewson, New York; lc 20May47; D unp. 
9325. 

HEYDEN, VICTOR. 
Phoenix aground, a ballet libretto. © 
Victor Heyden, Monterey Park, Calif.; 
lc 21Mar47; C 1426. 

HEYNE, KURD E. 
Ferien im Tessin. See Volker, Willy. 

HIDDEN danger. See Handy (Jam) organ- 
ization. 

HIGGINS, MARY. 
Billy saves his peace. A play in one 

act. © Mary Higgins, New York; lc 

13Jun47; D unp. 9591. 
The Princess and the pie. A play in 

one act. © Mary Higgins, New York; 

lc 13May47;D unp. 9413. 

THE HIGGINS touch. See Richardson, 
Virgil J. 

THE HIGH courage of Amos Throng. See 
Greenbaum, Everett Robert. 

HIGH low. See Vratny, Frank. 

A HIGH wind in Jamaica, source title. 
See Osborn, Paul. The innocent voyage. 

HIGH window. See Powers, Verne. 

HIGHLIGHTS and sidelights. See 



Van Alstyne, Anson. 

HIGIIVIEW house. See Gross, David K. 
The earth remains. 

HIGHWAY murder. See The Green Hor- 
net, no. 808. 

HIGHWAY of melody. See Cummings, 
Donald McCloy. 

HIGHWAY patrol. See Ducovny, Allen. 

H1GLEY, PHILO. 
The man who stepped aside. The caval- 
cade of America, broadcast Mar. 24, 
1947. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours and 
co., Wilmington, Del.; lc 28May47; 
D unp. 9491. 

HIKEN, NAT. See The Milton Berle 
show. 

HILL; ALBERT MARVIN. 
About John Gallian, a weekly half-hour 
mystery-adventure series for radio. 
Episode 1, In at the kill. © Albert 
Marvin Hill, jr., Hollywood; lc 
2Mar47; D unp. 8576. 

HILL, FRANK ERNEST. See The march 
of science. 

HILL, JAMES HENRY. 
Hotel Heartbreak. See Wead, Frank 
Wilber. 

HILL, MARGARET. See_ Ritter, Mar- 
garet Louise Hill. 

HILL, ROBERT DRAPER. 
The three geese on a pig farm, a short 
comedy. In two scenes. © Robert Draper 
Hill, New York; lc 15Jun47; D unp. 9593. 

HILL station number 6. See Whitman, 
James Russell. 

HILLHOUSE, ADRIENNE. See Conroy, 
Adrienne Hillhouse. 

HINRICHS, PAUL. 
Stairs of sand. A play in two acts. © 
Paul Hinrichs, Baltimore; lc 
23Mar47; D unp. 8226. 

HINSDELL, AMALIA KING. 
Ten dollars, by Molly King [pseud.] A 
sophisticated fantasy in three acts. © 
Amalia King Hinsdell, Los Angeles; 
lc 23Jun47; D unp. 9631. 

HINTON, JANE. 
Meet a body, a mystery play by Jane 
Hinton; prepared after the manner of 
the original New York production by 
Nathaniel Edward Reeid. New York, 
Longmans, Green and co. [etc., 1947] 
137 p. front. 19cm. © Longmans, 
Green and Co., inc., New York; 
12Mar47; 2c 6Mar47; D pub. 8121. 
Prev. reg. Crime without error, 
2Mar44; D unp. 87111. 

HIRSCH, ELLA DOLLY. 
Breakfast in Storyland with Aunt Dolly, 
a fifteen minute radio program to be 
presented to preschool children. © 
Ella Dolly Hirsch, New York; lc 
21May47; C 1500. 



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fflRSCH, JERRY BRUCE . 
The daring young man on the ceiling. 

A radio script. © Jerry B. Hirsch, 

Baltimore; lc 23May47; D unp.9455. 
Manhattan malady. A radio play. © 

Jerry B. Hirsch, Baltimore; lc 

14May47; D unp. 9431. 

HIRST, MYNETT. 
That kiss, a comedy drama in five 
scenes. © Mynett Hirst, New York; 
lc 23Apr47; D unp. 8888. 

HIS excellency, the governor. See 
Carroll, Paul Vincent. 

HIS highness the humbug. See Heren- 
deen, Charles Frederick. 

HIS own rope. See Hubbard, Thelma. 

HIS people. See Kelly, Helen M. T. 

HISTORY for three. See Baker, Leo. 

HISTORY of hymns. See Veitch, 
Samuel Lewis. 

HISTORY of the Bible. See Cox, Spencer. 
Stories that live, no. 1. 

HITCHCOCK PUBLISHING COMPANY. 
No room in the inn. See Lessel, 
William M. 

HIX, JOHN DANIEL. 
The accidental effendi. A play in three 
acts. © John Daniel Hix, New York; 
lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8268. 

HOATHER, WINIFRED G. 
Jerry and Judy's musical journey. See 
Lightner, Alice. 

HOBBS, BERTRAM. 

Ham with egg, a serio-comic fantasy for 
radio. © Bertram Hobbs, Scarsdale, 
N. Y.; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7070. 

The men, a comedy in three acts by 
Bertram Hobbs and Tom Taggart. © 
Bertram Hobbs and Tom Taggart, 
Scarsdale, N. Y.; lc 28Feb47; D unp. 
7831. 

HOCHMAN, DAVID. 
The laughing journey. See Lennon, 
Thomas. 

HOCHWAELDER, FRITZ. 

Esther, ein altes marchen, neu in drama- 
tische form gebracht. In fiinf akten. © 
Kurt Reiss theaterverlag, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland; lc 15Nov46; D unp. 7017. 

Das heilige experiment; schauspiel in 
ftinf aufzllgen. © Kurt Reiss theater- 
verlag a. g., Basel, Switzerland; lc 
15Nov46; D unp. 7018. 

Hotel du Commerce; kom'odie in fiinf 
akten nach Maupassants novelle Boule 
de suif . © Theaterverlag Kurt Reiss, 
a. g., Basel, Switzerland; lc 13Nov46; 
D unp. 6926. 

HODAPP, WILLIAM. 
The making of an ambassador. (Tales 
of the foreign service, 17) Radio 
script broadcast Sept. 27, 1946. © 
National broadcasting co., inc., New 
York; lc 20Feb47; D unp. 7652. 



HOEL, SIGURD. 
Don Juan, komedie [i tredje akter 
av Sigurd Hoel og Helge Krog] 
Oslo, Gyldendal Norsk forlag, 
1930. 230 p. 20cm. © Sigurd 
Hoel and Helge Krog, Oslo, Nor- 
way; 14Nov30; D pub. 7573. 

HOFFMAN, ENID MILLER. 
The balck twin. Se_e Hoffman, 
Wendell Lester. 

HOFFMAN, HALLOCKE. 
Blood donor. See Freedman, Hyman. 
The creative impulse. See Powers, 

Winona L. 
Encyclopedia ferrantica. See Powers, 

Winona L. 
Interlude. See Powers, Winona L. 
Low down murder. See Freedman, 

Hyman. 
The mystery of the misdiagnosis. 

See Harris, Katherine. 
Partners in death. See Freedman, 

Hyman. 
Rope to hang. See Freedman, Hyman. 

HOFFMAN, WENDELL LESTER. 
The black twin, a mystery in three acts, 
by Wend'l and Enid Miller Hoffman. 
© Wendell Lester Hoffman and Enid 
Miller Hoffman, Lincoln, Neb.; lc 
6Dec46; D unp. 7008. 

HOFGAARD, KIRSTEN. 
Nothing ever happens here, a one act play. 
© Kirsten Hofgaard, Honolulu; lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 8630. 

HOFLER, THEODORE. 
No scar to show, a play in three acts. 
© Theodore Hofler, Washington; lc 
7Feb47; D unp. 7429. 

HOGAN, FRANK. 

Great lady, by Frank Hogan and Sumner 
Moulton. (Joe Powers of Oakville) Radio 
script. © Frank Hogan and Sumner 
Moulton, New York; lc 15Jan47; D unp. 
6902. 

Portrait of mother, by Frank Hogan and 
Sumner Moulton. (Joe Powers of Oak- 
ville) Radio script. © Frank Hogan 
and Sumner Moulton, New York; lc 
18Jan47; D unp. 7034. 

HOGAN, JAMES ALOYSIUS. 
Mrs. "Stonewall" Doe, a play in three 
acts. © James Aloysius Hogan, 
Baltimore; lc 24Apr47; D unp. 8913. 

HOKE, JOSEPH O. 
Fiddler's witch, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Joseph O. Hoke, San Pedro, 
Calif.; lc 6Jun47; D unp. 1214. 

HOLBOE, MANITA LOUISE. 
A same. See Schwartz, Clara. 

HOLCOMB, H. LAWRENCE. 
The Keye man. See Reynolds, Edward. 

HOLD that genius. See Lauren, Fredda. 

HOLD the phone I See The march of 
science. 

HOLE TON, ELIZABETH SUZANNE. 
The golden key, a radio play by Suzanne 



Holeton. © Elizabeth Suzanne Hole- 
ton, Niles, O.; lc 27Jan47; D unp. 
7214. 

HOLETON, SUZANNE. See Holeton, 
Elizabeth Suzanne. 

HOLGATE, HELEN. See Carland, 
Helen. 

HOLIDAY time is travel time. See 
Sherman, Alexander. 

HOLLAND, WILLIAM F. 
Firefighters. Story 1, script 2. Radio 
program. © William F. Holland 
agency, Cincinnati; lc 22May47; 
C 1439. 

HOLLAND (WILLIAM F.) AGENCY. 
Firefighters. See Holland, William F. 

HOLLOWAY, PEARL. 
One clear, bright star, a Christmas 
play. Franklin, O., Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., cl946. lip. 
19cm. (Eldridge Christmas enter- 
tainments) © Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O.; 15Jul46; 
D pub. 7190. 

HOLLYWOOD feels your pulse. See 
Exploring the unknown, Feb. 2, 1947. 

HOLLYWOOD JACKPOT. (Radio pro- 
gram) 
Scripts in this series are by Gordon 

Auchincloss, U. © Show productions, 

inc., New York. 

33-35. Dec. 16, 18, 20, 1946. © lc 

each 2Jan47; D unp. 6775-6777. 
36-38. Dec. 23, 27, 30, 1946. © lc 

each 2Jan47; D unp. 6769-6771. 
— Jan. 1, 1947. © lc 8Jan47; D unp. 

6844. 
39. Jan. 3, 1947. © lc 8Jan47; D unp. 

6845. 
40-42. Jan. 6, 8, 10, 1947. © lc each 

21Jan47; D unp. 7095-7097. 
43-45. Jan. 13, 15, 17, 1947. © lc 

each 22Jan47; D unp. 7073-7075. 
46-48. Jan. 20, 22, 24, 1947. © lc 

each 31Jan47; D unp. 7292-7294. 
49-51. Jan. 27, 29, 31, 1947. © lc 

each HFeb47; D unp. 7474-7476. 
52-54. Feb. 3, 5, 7, 1947. © lc each 

18Feb47; D unp. 7657-7659. 
55-57. Feb. 10, 12, 14, 1947. © lc 

each 25Feb47; D unp. 7712-7714. 
58-60. Feb. 17, 19, 21, 1947. © lc 

each lMar47; D unp. 7852-7854. 
61-63. Feb. 24, 26, 28, 1947. © lc 

each 6Mar47; D unp. 7948-7950. 
64-66. [i. e. 65-67] Mar. 3, 5, 7, 

1947. © lc each 13Mar47; D unp. 

8113-8115. 
66-68. Mar. 10, 12, 14, 1947. © lc 

each 19Mar47; D unp. 8189-8191 . 
70-72. Broadcast Mar. 17, 19, 21, 

1947. © lc each 26Mar47; D unp. 

8313-8315 
73-75. Mar. 24, 26, 28, 1947. © lc 

each 9Apr47; D unp. 8592-8594. 

THE HOLLYWOOD mixer. See Burke, 
James Christopher. 

HOLMES, BERTRAM ALVIN. 
Nightmare, a play in three acts. © 



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Bertram Alvin Holmes, New York; 
lc HJan47; D unp. 6879. 

HOLMES, TERRY. 
The pavilion. See Bein, Albert. 

HOLMES, WILLIAM AUREN. 
The daydreams of Filbert Finn. 
Comedy-drama, radio series, pro- 
gram no. 1. G William Auren 
Holmes, Hollywood; lc l3Mar47; 
D unp. 8602. 

HOLTBY, GRACE. 
Harbor house. Radio script. © 
Hearst radio, inc., Baltimore; lc 
lFeb47; D unp. 7376. 

THE HOLY week pageant. See Wise, 
Donald Eugene. 

HOME correspondent. See Linn, 
Martha Boyd. Your home corres- 
pondent. 

HOME is the son. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 430. 

HOME-MAKERS' CLUB, INC. 
Lady-go-lucky, Apr. 8, 1947. See 
Gailey, Grace Glasser. 

A HOME of your own. See Robitschek, 
Kurt. 

THE HOMEBODY. See Connover, 
Dorothy. 

HOME MAKER serenade. See Brady, 
Betty. 

HOMEWARD journey. See Trimmer, 
Edwin Wilson. 

L'HONORABLE Monsieur Pepys. See 
Couturier, Georges. 

THE HOODED quartet. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2238-1463. 

HOOGASIAN, HAROLD BARKIF. 
There must be 1 Original story and 
screen play. © Harold Barkif 
Hoogasian, San Francisco; lc 
22May47; D unp. 9454. 

HOORAY, a holiday. See Caswell, 
George A. 

HOPE, GEORGE. See The Eddie 
Bracken show. 

HOPKINS, KENNETH B. 
From the forest to the pole. Presented 
by American crossarm and conduit 
company, in cooperation with Graybar 
electric company, inc. A film script. 
© Graybar electric co., inc., New 
York; lc 28May47; C 1464. 
Making Hubbard hardware; presented 
by Hubbard and company, in coopera- 
tion with Graybar electric company, 
inc. A film script. © Graybar elec- 
tric co., inc., New York; lc 28May47; 
C 1465. 

HOPPER, VIRGINIA SHEARER. 
Along came a blackbird, a play for seven 
children [in two scenes]. Franklin, O., 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
C1946. 16 p. 19cm. (Children's 



plays) © Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O.; 25Jun46; 
D pub. 7194. 



HORN AND HARDART CHILDREN'S 
HOUR. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Alice V. 

Clements. © Clements co., inc., 

Philadelphia. 

Dec. 22, 29, 1946. © lc each 

3Jan47; C 1040, 1041. 
Jan. 5, 1947. © lc 8Jan47; C 1054. 
Jan. 12, 19, 1947. © lc each 

23Jan47; C 1086, 1087. 
Jan. 26, 1947. © lc 30Jan47; C 1116. 
Feb. 2, 1947. © lc 5Feb47; C 1147. 
Feb. 9, 1947. © lc 12Feb47; C1167. 
Feb. 16, 1947. © lc 19Feb47; 

C 1180. 
Feb. 23, 1947. © lc 26Feb47; 

C 1188. 
Mar. 2, 9, 1947. © lc each 14Mar47; 

C 1251, 1252. 
Mar. 16, 1947. © lc 19Mar47; 

C 1261. 
Mar. 23, 1947. © lc 26Mar47; 

C 1291 
Mar. 30,' 1947. © lc lApr47; C 1307. 
Apr. 13, 20, 1947. © lc each 

24Apr47; C 1371-1372. 
May 4, 18, 1947. © lc each 

20May47; C 1431-1432. 
June 1, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1499. 
June 8, 1947. © lc 20Jun47; C 1492. 
June 15, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1498. 
June 22, 1947. © lc 26Jun47; C 1504. 



HORNAFIUS, DANIEL LINUS. 
The unmarried hat, a romantic 
comedy in three acts. © Daniel 
Linus Hornafius, Los Angeles; lc 
9Jun47; D unp. 9561. 



HORNE, KENNETH, 1900- 
Wasn't it odd? A comedy in three 
acts. London, English theatre 
guild [1947, C1946] 99 p. front., 
diagr. 18cm. (Guild library) © 
Kenneth Home, Croydon, Eng.; 
18Jan47; D pub. 7575. 



HORSE opera. See Gershe, Leonard. 



HORSE -SHOE over my door. See 
Von Hesse, Maxeda Ferguson. 



HOSMER, LILLIAN AUDREY. 
Across the line, a play in three acts. 
© Lillian Audrey Hosmer, New 
York; lc 24May47; D unp. 9376. 

HOT off the griddle. See Henderson, 
R. R. 

HOTEL du Commerce. See Hoch- 
waelder, Fritz. 

HOTEL Heartbreak. See Wead, Frank 
Wilber. 

HOTEL Palatial. See Lovelace, John 
Haywood. 

HOUK, ROBERT VAN AKEN. 
The revolt of the angel, a comedy in 
three acts. © Robert Van Aken 
Houk, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; lc 
22Jun47; D unp. 9638. 



THE HOUR of St. Francis. See 
Houston, Gemma d'Auria. 



HOURIGAN, EDITH LYLE. 
Dawn of truth; four act play. © 
Edith Lyle Hourigan and Lucille 
Dimmick, Santa Monica, Calif.; 
lc 7Apr47; D unp. 8461. 

HOUSE for sale haunted. See Tobias, 
Jay. 

THE HOUSE of cards. See Korybut- 
Kovahlsky, Kasimir. 

THE HOUSE of Potts. See Lovelace, 
John Haywood. Hotel Palatial. 

THE HOUSE of the West Indies. See 
Kilander, Karl Ingemar. 

HOUSE on a rock. See Fox, Etta Belle. 

THE HOUSE on the moor. See Gow, 
Ronald. Henry. 

THE HOUSE where goodness dwells. 
See Conroy, Adrienne Hillhouse. 

HOUSTON, GEMMA D'AURIA. 
The haunted house, a radio play, by 

Gemma d'Auria. © Gemma d'Auria 

Houston, Hollywood; lc 13Apr47; 

D unp. 8712. 
The joyous romance, by Gemma d'Auria. 

(The hour of St. Francis) Radio play. 

© Gemma d'Auria Houston, Hollywood; 

lc 2Mar47; D unp. 7863. 
The practical man, by Gemma d'Auria. 
(The hour of St. Francis) Radio 

play. © Gemma d'Auria Houston, 

HoUywood; lc 5May47; D unp. 9101. 
Song of the atom, by Gemma d'Auria. 

Radio script. © Gemma d'Auria 

Houston, Hollywood; lc 7Feb47; Dunp. 

7467. 
The treasure, by Gemma d'Auria. (The 

hour of St. Francis) Radio play. © 

Gemma d'Auria Houston, Hollywood; 

lc 2Mar47; D unp. 7862. 
World mother, a radio play by Gemma 

d'Auria. © Gemma d'Auria Houston, 

Hollywood; lc 13Apr47; Dunp. 8713. 

HOUSTON, KENNETH. 
The human comedy, a new 30 -minute 
radio program, audition script no. 1, 
by Kenneth Houston and Alan Fish- 
burn. © Kenneth Houston and Alan 
Fishburn, Chicago; lc 12Jan47; D unp. 
6882. 

HOW Elephant Gay eats. See Benton, 
Pauline . 

HOW green was my valley. See Lux 
radio theatre, Mar. 31, 194T - 

HOW old is Cantor? See Cantor, Eddie. 

HOW six traveled through the world. 
See Let's pretend, May 3, 1947. 

HOW the fairies came to Ireland. See 
Lord, Daniel A. 

HOW they knocked the devil out of Uncle 
Ezra. See The eternal light, no. 107. 

HOW to acquire selling skill. See 
Morrison, Samuel N. 

HOW to be perfectly happy. See Lewis, 
Philip. 



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HOW to drive an automobile . See 
Zern, Gordon K. Address before 
a literary group ... 

HOW to sell retail newspaper advertis- 
ing. See Morrison, Samuel N. 

HOW to win and retain a husband. See 
Gabriel, Enoch H. 

HOWARD, BART, pseud. See Gustafson, 
Howard Joseph. 

HOWARD, FRED. See Deadline mystery. 

THE HOWARD method. See Burkett 
Brice B. 

HOWE, DONALD H. 
The tragic road to safety, a sound slide - 
film script. © Donald H. Howe, Cleve- 
land; lc 23Mar47; C 1270. 

HUBBARD, HAVEN. 
The old Adam, a tragedy in three acts. 
© Haven Hubbard, New York; lc 
27Dec46; D unp. 6743. 
Visit from oblivion, a tragic drama in 
three acts. © Haven Hubbard, New 
York; lc 15May47; D unp. 9278. 

HUBBARD, THELMA. 
His own rope, a play. In three acts. 
© Thelma Hubbard, Los Angeles; lc 
21Apr47; D unp. 8889. 

HUBER, HAROLD. 
I cover Times square. Radio script. © 
Harold Huber, New York; lc 20Mar47; 
D unp. 8210. 

HUCKS, WILLIAM RICHARD. 
Brothers of earth. A dramatic musical 
composition in three acts. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © William 
Richard Hucks, jr., Beaumont, Calif.; 
lc 17Feb47; D unp. 1167. 

HUDSON, ROY F. 

Hail Nicolo, a play in three acts. © 
RoyF. Hudson, Fresno, Calif.; lc 
20Jun47; D unp. 10382. 

HUESTON BILLY. 

Bab-bo, the baboon; an original kiddie 
story with sound and music. By Billy 
Hueston and Clarence Maher. (In 
Unique kiddie stories) Text only. © 
Billy Hueston and Clarence Maher, 
New York; lc 24Nov46; C 1039. 

Low-Key, the whist'ling locomotive; an 
original story with sound and music. 
By Billy Hueston and Clarence Maher. 
(In Unique kiddie stories) Text only. 
© Billy Hueston and Clarence Maher, 
New York; lc 24Nov46; C 1038. 

Rosco, the horse on the merry-go- 
round; an original kiddie story with 
sound and music. By Billy Hueston 
and Clarence Maher. (In Unique kiddie 
stories) Text only. © Billy Hueston 
and Clarence Maher, New York; lc 
24Nov46; C 1037. 

Wally, the waltzing mouse; an original 
kiddie story with sound and music. 
By Billy Hueston and Clarence Maher. 
(In Unique kiddie stories) Text only. 
©"Billy Hueston and Clarence Maher, 
New York; lc 24Nov46; C 1036. 



The Zuggie with a tuggie for a tail, 
an original kiddie story with sound 
and music. By Billy Hueston and 
Clarence Maher. (In Unique kiddie 
stories) Text only. © Billy Hues- 
ton and Clarence Maher, New York; 
lc 24Nov46; C 1035. 

HUFFMAN, CLEVELAND. See Huff- 
man, Grover Cleveland. 

HUFFMAN, GROVER CLEVELAND. 

An actor's dilemma, by Cleveland 

Huffman. Recording script. © 

Grover C. Huffman, New York; 

lc 23Jan47; D unp. 7091. 

HUGHES, ANNASUE. 
Mary, Mother of Jesus, a monodrama 
in five episodes by Annasue Hughes 
and Dorothy Carter Haven. © Anna- 
sue Hughes, Wenatchee, Wash, and 
Dorothy Carter Haven, La JoUa, 
Calif.; lc 5May47; D unp. 9112. 

HUGHES, DAVID COLSON. 
Modern conveniences, a sketch. © 

David Colson Hughes, New York; 

lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8308. 
Stage-struck, a play in one act. © 

David Colson Hughes, New York; 

lc 29Mar47; D unp. 8397. 

HUGHES, MARY FLORENCE . 
Story time. Radio script, May 26, 
1947. © Mary Florence Hughes, 
Hollywood; lc 30May47; D unp. 9515. 

HUGHES, RICHARD. 
A high wind in Jamaica, source title. 
See Osborn, Paul. The innocent 
voyage . 

HUGHES, RUSSELL S. 

The man with green fingers. The 
cavalcade of America, broadcast Mar. 
17, 1947. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and co., Wilmington, Del.; lc 28May47; 
D unp. 9490. 

The Pinkerton man. The Cavalcade of 
America, broadcast Nov. 18, 1946. © 
E.I. du Pont de Nemours and co., Wil- 
mington, Del.; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 7883. 

HUGHES, WILLIAM J. 
The Western union biographical show. 
A radio program. © WiUiam J. Hughes, 
Hollywood; lc 22May47; D unp. 9362. 

HULL, JAMES MILFRED. 
Bruce Bradford show, by Milfred Hull 
and Bruce Bradford. A radio script. 
© James Mildfred Hull and Bruce 
Bradford, New York; lc 21Jun47; 
D unp. 9625. 

HULL, MILFRED. See Hull, James 
Milfred. 

HULT, MARION CATHERINE. 
The nursery school of the air. See 
Pither, Jane Stockdale. 

HUMAN being. See Cook, Whitfield. 

THE HUMAN comedy. See Houston, 
Kenneth. 

HUMMERT, ANNE. 
Katie's daughter. See Hum me rt, Frank. 



HUMMERT, FRANK. 
Katie's daughter, by Frank and Anne 
Hummert. Dialogue script by Helga 
Lund, employee for hire of Frank 
and Anne Hummert. Radio script 
no. 1. © Frank Hummert and Anne 
Hummert, New York; lc 22Mar47; 
D unp. 8240. 

HUMPHREY, WILLIAM J. 
For the throne; or, Until I find her. 
A semi -historical romance. Motion 
picture script. © Mary Humphrey 
Michaels, Los Angeles; lc 17Mar47; 
D unp. 8304. 

HUNGARIAN love song. See Bellamy, 
Francis Rufus. 

HUNT, EDWARD EVERETT. 
A woman's place, a comedy in three 
acts. © Edward Everett Hunt, 
New York; lc 10Jan47; D unp. 6856. 

HURLEY, EILEEN EPSOM. 
Cousin Cassie's capers. A play in 
many scenes. © Eileen Epsom 
Hurley, Waltham, Mass.; lc 14Mar47; 
D unp. 8637. 

THE HURON Dolphin. See Barnett, 
Richard. 

HUSBANDS to burn. See Cosneck, 
Barney. 

HUSON, WILLIS ORA. 
The Tonto Basin war. Address. © 
Willis O. Huson, San Francisco; lc 
28Feb47; C 1196. 

HUSSEY, EDWARD. 
Spanish moss. See Hussey, Paula. 

HUSSEY, PAULA. 
Spanish moss. A play in three acts 
by Paula and Edward Hussey. © 
Paula and Edward Hussey, New York; 
lc 4Apr47; D unp. 8808. 

HUSTON, PHILIP. 
Painted wagon, by Philip Huston and 
Elizabeth Goodyear. A play in two 
acts. © Elizabeth Goodyear and 
Philip Huston, New York; lc 10Jun47; 
D unp. 10238. 

HUSTRUEN. See Bojer, Johan. 

HUTCHINSON, AMORY HARE. See 
Hare, Amory. 

HVEM vet? See Krog, Helge. Treklang. 

HYMEN, IRAE. 
Six sparks of genius. Radio script. 
© Ira E. Hymen, Chicago; lc 17Mar47; 
D unp. 8L40. 

HYMNS we love. See Braun, Ruth. 

HYMSON, SHIRLEY. 
Midnight. A play in three acts. © 
Shirley Hymson, Paterson, N. J.; lc 
15Apr47; D unp. 8855. 

HYPNOTICALLY yours. See Adler, 
Milton L. 

HY-SPEED typewriting technique. See 
Eisner, Beatriz Henrietta. 



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I am a woman. See Bobbe, Dorothie. 

I believe, I believe. See The etern.il 
light, no. 94. 

I cover Times Square. See Huber, 
Harold. 

I ding him in the gizzard with a hoot 
wot wot. See Lichty, Justin. The 
Gatterunk oi Putchykuss. 

I hate horses. See Goodman, Vera 
Lorry. 

I have five daughters. See Mac- 
namara, Margaret. 

I knew a woman once. See Hare, 
Amory. 

I like it here. See Sniff rin, Abraham 
B. 

I love them truly. See Golding, Max. 

THE I. M. Hess treatment. See 
Hess, Isaac Maxwell. 

I married a killer. See The Sheriff, 
no. 136. 



I sold my birthright. See Sherbowsky, 
David. 



I wish. See Zarin, Rita. 



IBSEN, HENRIK. 

The lady from the sea, by Ibsen; an 
original translation and adaptation 
by Walter E. vB. Teschan. In four 
acts. © Walter E. vB. Teschan, 
Pasadena, Calif.; lc 17Mar47; 
D unp. 8129. 

Peer Gynt, by Henrik Ibsen; English 
version by Norman Ginsbury. A 
play in five acts. © Norman Gins- 
bury, London; lc 28Jun47; D unp. 
10405. 

THE IBSEN club. See Castlen, Lura 
G. 

IDEAS have legs. See Austin, Henry 
W. 

IDEAS unlimited. See Ives, Elizabeth 
V. 

IDENTIFICATION: unknown. See 
Lechner, Michael. 

THE IDIODYSSEY. See Corcoran, 
Robert John. 

THE IDIOT. See Ben-Ami, Jacob. 

THE IDIOT boy. See Corcoran, Rob- 
ert John. 

IF I go blind. See Bookstein, Hinda. 

IF I knew. See Lattes, Jean. 



IF Shakespeare lived today. See 
Bain, Kathleen Marjorie. 

IF this be bliss. See Johnson, Albert. 



IGLESIA, ALVARO DE LA. 
El caso de la mujer asesinadita, 
source title. See Madden, Cecil 
Charles. Slightly murdered. 

IGNATOV, V., pseud. See Brenner, 



Vladimir. 

I'LL build you a palace. See Smith, 
Stanley, Heber. 

I'LL buy that dream. See Miller, John 
Wesley. 

I'LL grant you that. See Woodward, 
Everett H. 

I'LL wait for you. See Emerson, John 
L. 

ILLICA, LUIGI. 
La Tosca, source title. See Dace, 
Edwin Wallace. Death of a fascist. 

ILLUSION. See Apstein, Theodore. 

THE ILLUSIONISTS. See Frey, Miriam 
Goldfinger. 

L'lLOTE ivre. See Duvernois, Henri. 
Come - dies. 

IM Bunde der dritte. See Volker, Willy. 

I'M scared. See Speer, John Rawson. 

THE IMAGINARY line. See Mahon, Wil- 
liam James. 

IMBRIE, MCCREA. 
The emperor's mime. See Simetti, Otto. 
Sellin' any heaven today? See Simetti, 
Otto. 

IMMOBILIZED. See Charwat, Marvin J. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE takes longer. See 
Victor, Victor. 

IMPS of laughter. See Halpern, Barbara. 

IN a picture frame. See Montgomery, 
Agnes Howell. 

IN at the kill. See Hill, Albert Marvin. 
About John Gallian. 

IN desert and wilderness. See Gieysztor- 
Dembowska, Danuta. 

IN memory of Sam White. See Speer, 
John Rawson. 

IN our time. See Kaufman, S. Jay. Of 
human events. 

IN shining armor. See Davis, Owen. 

IN the air with Roger Gale. See Comer, 
Russell Clayton. 

IN the blood. See Tracy, Royal Dana. 

IN the firelight. See Fue, Charles. 

IN the king's name. See Hare, Amory. 

IN the money. See White, Eugenia. 

LESINCENDIARES. See Clavel, Maurice. 

INCIDENT in Connecticut. See Robinson, 
Charles. 

INCIDENT in Monmouth. See Mayhew, 
Lilian. 



INCONSTANT lady. See Mahler, Paul 
I. 

INDECISION. See King, Janet Marie. 

INDIA. See Van Doren, Edward F. 
Hands across the sea. 

INDIAN chief. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2243-1468. 

INDIAN Rose. See The Sheriff, no. 124. 

THE INDIAN sign. See Case, William 
Richard. 

INDIAN summer. See Long, William J. 

INDUSTRIAL history. See Hall, Herbert 
Darling. Inside industry, no. 1. 

THE INDUSTRIALIST. See Kissell, 
Carter Coslet. 

INFERNO U. S. A. See Exploring the 
unknown, Mar. 2, 1947. 

EL INFIERNO en la tierra. See Montalvo, 
Amanda. 

INFORMATION PLEASE. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Dan Golen- 
paul. © Dan Golenpaul, New York. 

12. Dec. 18, 1946. © lc 31Dec46; 
C 1028. 

13. Dec. 25, 1946. © lc 3lDec46; 
C 1027. 

14. Jan. 1, 1947. © lc 5Jan47; C 1032. 

15. Jan. 8, 1947. © lc 12Jan47; C1052. 
16-17. Jan. 15, 22, 1947. © lc each 

26Jan47; C 1091, 1092. 

18. Jan. 29, 1947. © lc lFeb47; C1113. 

19. Feb. 5, 1947. © lc 7Feb47; C 1136. 

20. Feb. 12, 1947. © lc 16Feb47; C 
1172. 

21. Feb. 19, 1947. © lc 23Feb47; C1183. 

22. Feb. 26, 1947. © lc 28Feb47; C 1199. 
23-24. Mar. 12, 19, 1947. © lc each 

21Mar47; C 1264, 1265. 
25. Mar. 26, 1947. © lc 28Mar47; 

C 1300. 
26-27. Apr. 2, 9, 1947. © lc each 

HApr47; C 1337, 1338. 

28. Apr. 16, 1947. © lc 19Apr47; 
C 1369. 

29. Apr. 23, 1947. © lc 27Apr47; C 1377. 
30 . Apr. 30, 1947. © lc 4May47; C 1393. 

31. May 7, 1947. © lc 14May47; C 1428. 

32. May 14, 1947. © lc 16May47; 
C 1427. 

33. May 21, 1947. © lc 23May47; C 1437. 

34. May 28, 1947. © lc 31May47; C 1467. 

35. June 4, 1947. © lc 9Jun47; C 1471. 

36. June 11, 1947. © lc 14Jun47; 
C 1489. 

38. June 25, 1947. © lc 27Jun47; C1507. 

INGE, BENSON. 
Sweet mystery, a comedy of young domesti- 
city in three acts. © Benson Inge, New 
York; lc 28May47; D unp. 9482. 

INGRAM, JOHNNIE J. 
Agitated judge. (This is the law) 1 leaf. 

Skit. Melody attached. © Johnnie J. 

Ingram, San Francisco; lc 25Apr47; 

C 1490. 
The death of Richard. 1 leaf. Skit. 

Melody attached. © Johnnie J. Ingram, 



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San Francisco; lc 25Apr47; D unp. 
1491. 

INNER SANCTUM. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Emile C. 
Tepperman. © Emile C. Tepper- 
man, Long Island City, N. Y. 

Jan. 13, 1947. Payable at death. © 

lc 17Jan47; D unp. 6983. 
Moonlight is for murder. 

© lc 30Jan47; D unp. 7297. 
May 5, 1947. Don't dance on my 

grave. © lc 4May47; D unp. 9089. 
May 26, 1947. Never to die again. 

© lc 15May47; D unp. 9284. 

THE INNER world. See Coles,. Stedman. 

AN INNOCENT in time. See Caulfield, 
Edward. 

THE INNOCENT voyage. See Osborn, 
Paul. 

THE INSEPARABLE twain. See Romano, 
Armando. 

INSIDE industry. See Hall, Herbert 
Darling. 

INSIDE the camera. See The march of 
science. 

INSIDE the magic book I See Herst, 
Gladys H. 

THE INSPECTOR general. See Carleton, 
Linnie Benoit. 

INSTRUCTIONS for manufacturing, tailor- 
ing alterations, etc. See Yates, Peter 
Andrew. 

INSURANCE. See Gosden, Freeman. 

INTELLIGENCE. See Walker, Lillie 
L. Daniels. 

INTERFERENCE. See McDowell, Wini- 
fred Appley. 

INTERIM. See Easterlin, Malcolm. 

INTERLUDE. See 
Powers, Winona L. 
Routsky, Ellen. 

INTERNATIONAL brigade. See Wein- 
garten, Aaron. 

INTO my parlor. See Arms, Anthony 
Thomas. 

THE INTOLERABLE presence of God. 
See Heaney, Paul Gerard. 

INTRILIGATOR, ALAN. 
The future of expense control; presented 
to Metropolitan controllers association 
of New York, January 22, 1947. © 
Allan Intrilligator, Freeport, N. Y.; lc 
3jun47; C 1485. 

INTRODUCTION to The three brothers. 
See Jacobs, Charles Huntington. 

THE INTRUDER. See Robinson, 
David. 

THE INVENTOR. See Lengyel, Melchior. 



L'INVITATION au Chateau. See 
Anouilh, Jean. 

INVITATION to fame. See Fishburn, 
Alan M. 

INVITATION to life. See Sarett, Mor- 
ton R. 

INVITATION to murder. See The 
Sheriff, no. 127. 

INVITE your ancestors. See Wilkin- 
son, Harry Townsend. 

INZA bakes a cake. See The adventures 
of Frank Merriwell, no. 32. 

THE IRA Stadlen show. See Stadlen, 
Ira. 

IRELAND, DON. 
The desert. A play in one scene. © 
Don Ireland, South Charleston, W. Va.; 
lc 7May47; D unp. 9132. 

IRISH sweepstakes. See King, Mary M. 

IRON curtain. See Shreiber, David. 

THE IRON room. See Jaffe, Eli. 

IRONS, WARREN B. 
Peace — pleasure and profit, a play in 
three acts. © Warren B. Irons, Kansas 
City, Mo.; lc"26Jan47; D unp. 7159. 

IS cancer being made in all of us? See 
Patricoff, Henry. 

IS your child normal? See Exploring the 
unknown, Jan. 12, 19477" 

IS your honeymoon really necessary? See 
Tidmarsh, E. Vivian. 

ISAAC an' Rebecca. See Payne, Margaret 
Christina. 

ISAIAH and the United Nations. See The 
eternal light, no. 102. 

ISLAND in the wilderness. See Mowery, 
Dinnie. 

ISPEZIONE. See Betti, Ugo. 

1ST das schon zu viel verlangt? See 
Bertuch, Max. Gerechtigkeit. 

IT can happen. See Handy (Jam) or- 
ganization. 

IT happened in Anscord mills. See 
Whalen, Geoffrey L. 

IT happened on Fifth avenue. See Lux 
radio theatre, May 19, 1947. 

IT happens each spring. See Coombs," 
Minott L. 

IT just so happened. See Scheurer, 
Elizabeth Jane. On attributes. 

IT takes imagination. See Lewis, Philip. 

IT'S a bet. See DiMambro, Michael 
Joseph. 

IT'S a deal. See Muheim, Harry Miles. 



IT'S a fact. See Lamb, John Thomas. 

IT'S a wonderful life. See_ Lux radio 
theatre, Mar. 10, 1947. 

IT'S all Greek. See Jordan, James. 

IT'S always three o'clock. See 
Goodman, Abby. 

IT'S an angle. See Champlain, Robert 
Hallock. 

IT'S done with mirrors. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

IT'S good for you. See The march of 
science. 

IT'S in the bag. See LeVesconte, 
Harold J. 

IT'S never been done before. See Rubin, 
Hyman. 

IT'S time to sell again. See Powell, 
Alton Maurice. 

ITZKOWITZ, BERNARD. 
The greatest man in the worl, a play 
in two scenes. © Bernard Itzkowitz, 
Brooklyn; lc 8Jan47; D unp. 6831. 

IVAN, the terrible jerk. See Jaspersen, 
Elon, pseud. 

IVEN, GEORGE. 
Too many tootses, a farcical comedy 
in three acts, by George Iven and 
Suzette Farmer. © Georges Cauuet, 
Chicago; lc 14May47; D unp. 9282. 

IVES, ELIZABETH V. 
Ideas unlimited. Radio program no. 1. 

© Elizabeth V. Ives, Norwalk, Conn.; 

lc 26Feb47; D unp. 7797. 
Ideas unlimited, program 2. Radio 

script. © Elizabeth V. Ives, Norwalk, 

Conn.; lc 22Mar47; D unp. 8241. 

IVES, HERBERT E. 
Physics and art. New York Philharmonic- 
symphony intermission feature. Broad- 
cast Dec. 22, 1946. © United States 
rubber co., New York; lc 8Jan47; C1067. 



J 



J. J. opens the door. See Morrison, 
Samuel N. 

J. Wellington Browne. See McNamee, 
Edward. 

JACCARD, JACQUES. 
Three miles out. See Chapin, Margaret. 

JACK and Jill series for primary grades. 
See Petitclerc, Grace S. 

JACK wins a bet. See Boorum, Ralph 
Waldo. 

JACK'S horse, Blacky. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2201-1426. 

JACKSON, CLARENCE S. 
Pick and choose. Radio program. © 
Clarence S. Jackson, Brooklyn; lc 
12Jan47; C 1055. 



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JACKSON, HORACE ATHERTON. 
Before the angel. A play in three acts. 
© Horace Atherton Jackson, Los 
Angeles; lc HFeb47; D unp. 7611. 

JACKSON, MARTIN HENRY. 
The new room. A radio script. © 
Martin H. Jackson, Peekskill, N.Y.; 
lc 18Jun47; D unp. 9612. 

JACOB, CHARLES RICHARD. 
Leapfrog, a musical comedy in three 
acts. Text only. © Charles Richard 
Jacob, Wyomissing, Pa.; lc 28Nov46; 
D unp. 6925. New matter: second 
version. Prev. reg. 8Jun44; D unp. 
89206. 

JACOBS, CHARLES HUNTINGTON. 
Introduction to The three brothers, 
lor a radio, concert, theatrical pro- 
gram or moving picture production. 
© Charles Huntington Jacobs, San 
Francisco; lc 2May47; C 1392. 

JACOBS, JACK. 
Doris, a one-act play in two scenes. © 
Jack Jacobs, Washington; lc HMar47; 
D unp. 7998. 



JACOB'S ladder. 
no. 108. 



See The eternal light, 



JACOBSON, SOLOMON JOSEPH. 
Original tales in rhyme. Radio script. 
© Solomon Joseph Jacobson, Waukegan, 
111.; lc each 6Feb47. 

No. 1. For whom the key turns. Dunp. 

7418. 
No. 2. A matter of taste. Dunp. 7419. 

JACQUE de Baviere. See Fenton, FranL. 

THE JADE elephants. See Donnelly, 
Thomas Lennon. 

JAFFE, ELI. 
The iron room, a play in three acts. © 
Eli Jaffe, Los Angeles; lc 5Jan47; D 
unp. 6814. 

JAFFEY, DONALD HARLAN. 
Khaki goes to kollege. See Kublitz, 
Daniel. 

JAIL break. See Seiler, Conrad. 

JAIL for sale. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2235-1460. 

JAKE and Marmaduke. See Lichtenberg, 
Leo. 

JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 

JAMERSON, PAULINE. 
Japhet sought a mistress. See Telfer, 
Ronald. 

JAMES, EUGENE NELSON. 
The twelve dancing princesses, a play in 
three acts, by Nelson James. © Eugene 
Nelson James, Cicero, 111., lc 7Mar47; 
D unp. 8006. 

JAMES, HENRY, 1843-1916. 
The American. See Nevue, Lorraine 
Audrey. D unp. 9116. 



JAMES, NELSON. See James, Eugene 
Nelson. 

JAMES Black, case history of. See 
Out of the Dark. 

JAMESON, JOHN. 
Xingabru, a comic opera in two acts. 
Book by John Jameson, jr.; music by 
Ramsay Duff. 122 p. 27cm. © John 
Jameson, jr. and Ramsay Duff, Winnet- 
ka, 111.; 3Feb47; D pub. 1149. 

JANSON, RALPH OLAF. 
Studies in preforming. See Frantz, 
Charles Howard. 

JAPHET sought a mistress. See Teller, 
Ronald. 

JARVIS, AL S. 
Squeaky the cat. A sketch. © Al S. 
Jarvis, Los Angeles; lc 23Feb47- 
C 1185. 

JASON, RALPH A., pseud. See Boas, 
Maurits Ignatius. 

JASON, called "Joe". See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2219-1444. 

THE JASPER stone. See Robins, Sam. 

JASPERSEN, ELON, pseud, of Charlotte 

Smith and Ellen Dalton. 

Ivan, the terrible jerk. A play in three 
acts. © Charlotte Smith, Washington 
and Ellen Dalton, Takoma Park, Md.; 
lc 3Nov44; D unp. 10267. 

Mustapha must. A play in three acts. 
© Charlotte Smith, Washington and 
Ellen Dalton, Takoma Park, Md.; lc 
23jun47; D unp. 9633. 

JAY, VERNE. 
Mrs. Casey's boarding house, by Verne 
Jay and Alan Stern. Audition script. 
© Crosley broadcasting Corp., Cincin- 
nati; 4Jun47; D unp. 10117. 

JAZZ from J to Z. See Sherak, Marvin 
Bernard. D unp. 9123. 

JE suis comme je suis. See Caubet, 
Suzanne. 

JEALOUSY. See Brown, Claire Elin. 

THE JEAN Adore show. See Pratt, Vir- 
ginia Ethel. 

JEAN and Memphis Willie. See Capelle, 
Oliver B. 

JEFF and Lucky. See Hark, Mildred. 

JEFF Clayton — foreign correspondent. 
See Wartell, Michael. 

JEFF Scott. See Serino, James Vincent. 

JEFFRIES, ZAY. 
Lightweight metals. New York Phil- 
harmonic-symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Jan. 26, 1947. 
© United States rubber Co., New York; 
lc 8Feb47; C 1154. 

JEHANGIR. See Benner, Joseph H. 



JENKINS, FRANK G. 
Complications. A monologue. © 
Frank G. Jenkins, Long Beach, 
Calif.; lc 17Mar47; C 1255. 

JENNIE June Croly —1868. See Williams, 
Carola Bell. 

JERRY and Judy's musical journey. See 
Lightner, Alice. 

JESSICA. See Pritcher, Evelyn. 

JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 
OF AMERICA. See The eternal light. 

JEZ a-saying'. See Morrow, TimothyT. 

JIGGS job. See That's Finnegan, no. 42. 

JIGGS' pal. See That's Finnegan, no. 51. 

JIGGS' tuxedo. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 41. 

JIGSAW. See Adkins, Robert F. 

JIM Clark —American. See Boyd, 
James M. 

JINX. See Madden, Cecil Charles. 
Slightly murdered. 

JINXED. See Mosel, George Ault. 

JIPP and Jesse. Se£ Bolger, Helene 
Ann. 

JIRAS, ROBERT EUGENE. 
For this was I born. See Lange, 
Mine Ida. 

JOAN of Arc. See Nicholson, Anne. 

JOB, THOMAS. 
Therese, a tragedy in two acts; from 
Therlse Raquin, by Emile Zola. 
New York, French; [etc., 1947] 102 p. 
front., plates. 20cm. © Thomas Job, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 8Feb47; D pub. 
8545. Prev. reg. Cousin Theresa, 
27Dec45; D unp. 91735. 

JOB —part I. See The eternal light, 
no. 89. 

JOE Powers of Oakville. See Hogan, Frank. 

JOEY the jeep. See Marvin, Julie. 

JOHN Craig story. See The Adventurers' 
club, Mar. 15, 1947. 

JOHN Martin and son. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

JOHN the Baptist. See The greatest story 
ever told, no. 13. 

JOHNNY O'clock. See Lux radio theatre, 
May 12, 1947. 

JOHNNY Storyteller. See Johnson, Charles 
W. 

JOHNSON, ALBERT. 
If this be bliss, a comedy in three acts. 
Cedar Rapids, Heuer, 1947. 80 p. 
diagr. 20cm. © Edward I. Heuer, 
Cedar Rapids; 4Jan47; D pub. 7332. 



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JOHNSON, ARNOLD. 
Tic toe time! A comedy quiz radio 
program. © Arnold Johnson, 
New York; lc 23May47; D unp.9369. 

JOHNSON, CHARLES W. 
Johnny Storyteller, a radio play by Bud 
Johnson. © Radio package features, 
New Orleans; lc 21Dec46; D unp. 
7182. 

JOHNSON, FRANK WILLIAM. 
The flame. A play in three acts. © 
Frank William Johnson, La Mesa, 
Calif.: lc 9Apr47; D unp. 8589. 

JOHNSON, GEORGIA DOUGLAS. 

Frederick Douglas, a play in two acts. 
© Georgia Douglas Johnson, Wash- 
ington; lc 20Jun47; D unp. 10365. 

Red shoes, a one act play. © Georgia 
Douglas Johnson, Washington; lc 
20Jun47; D unp. 10364. 

Sue Bailey, a three act play. © 
Georgia Douglas Johnson, Washington; 
lc 20Jun47; D unp. 10363. 

JOHNSON, GREER. 
The member df the wedding. See 
McCuller, Carson (Smith) 

JOHNSON, LOIS MARIE . 
My husband, a story of an alcoholic. 
Play in four scenes. © Lois Marie 
Johnson, New York; lc 20Mar47; 
D unp. 8185. 

JOHNSON, NUNNALLY. 
Song of the Chattahoochee, by Nunnally 
Johnson and Cecil Ellingburgh. A 
play in two acts. © Christian fellow- 
ship assn., Columbus, Ga.; lc 5May47; 
Dunp. 9090. 

JOHNSON, PHILIP. 
Black wine. A play in three acts. © 

Philip Johnson, Ottery Saint Mary, 

Devonshire, Eng.; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 

8442. 
Romance in grey, a comedy in one act. 

London, French ltd. [1947] 29 p. 

diagr. 22cm. (French's acting edition) 

© Samuel French ltd., London; 3Feb47; 

D pub. 8443. 

JOHNSON (S. C.) AND SON, INC. See 
Fibber McGee and Molly. 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL. 
The fireman, source title. See Miller, 

Jill. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM. 
Maid to order, a musical comedy in two 
acts, eight scenes. By William Johnson, 
Robert Williams and Harry Schmeck. 
Text only. © Cornell octagon club, 
Ithaca, N. Y.; lc 6Apr47; D unp. 10084. 

JOHNSTON, MERCER GREEN. 
The first among the unafraid, a dramatic 
presentation of scenes in the life of 
Jesus Christ. Washington, Longwood 
co 11947] 210 p. 23cm. © Mercer 
Green Johnston, Washington; lMay47; 
D pub. 8738. 

JOHNSTON, ROD. 
The fighting Phillies, a basketball operetta 
in three acts. Libretto by Rod Johnston, 



music by Bill Schall and Rod John- 
ston. Text only. © Rod Johnston, 
Des Moines; 15Feb47; D pub. 7961. 



JOIN Major Eddie. See Arne, Florence. 
Skyriders. 



THE JOKER. See 
Finch, Marjone. 
Taubes, Frank. 



THE JONAH. See Riesenberg, Felix. 
Stories of the seven seas. 

JONAH an' de whale. See Payne, Mar- 
garet Christina. 

JONAS, ANN HUBERT. 

The Emperor's new clothes, a radio 
adaptation. © Ann Hubert Jonas, 
Louisville, Ky.; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 
8588. 

Mrs. Binnaby's angel, an original 
story. Radio script. © Ann Hubert 
Jonas, Louisville, Ky.; lc 9Apr47; 
D unp. 8586. 

The raindrop girl, an original story. 
Radio script. © Ann Hubert Jonas, 
Louisville, Ky.; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 
8587. 



JONES, BARBARA E. 

Parents, please I Television script. © 
Video associates, inc., New York; 
lc 8Mar47; D unp. 8540. 

Parents, please 1 Television script. 
© Video associates, inc., New York; 
lc lMay47; D unp. 9043. 

Personality previews, no. 3. Tele- 
vision script. © Video associates, 
inc., New York; lc 2Jan47; D unp. 
6787. 

Personality previews, no. 4. Tele- 
vision script. © Video associates, 
inc., New York; lc 16Jan47; D unp. 
6991. 

JONES, ERNEST T. 
Phono. Continuity script. © Broad- 
casters service bureau, Ernest T. 
Jones, owner, Austin, Tex.; lc 
7Feb47; D unp. 7487. 



JO:iES, RUTH GORDON. See Gordon, 

Ruth. 

JONES, THOMAS HENRY. 
Stepping backward, a half-hour weekly 
series radio show. © Thomas 
Henry Jones, Bridgeport, Conn.; lc 
6Feb47; D unp. 7434. 

JONES. See Madden, Cecil Charles. 

JORDAN, DONALD IVAN. 
Behold my soul. See Shepard, Dur- 
ward Archie. 



JORDAN, JAMES. 
A fascinatin' hunk of natural history, 
a dramatic composition by James 
and Marian Jordan and Don Quinn . 
cl947. [4] P- 21cm. © James and 
Marian Jordan and Don Quinn, 
Hollywood; 24May47; D pub. 10194. 
A few notes on piano tuning, part 1, 
part 2. A dramatic composition by 



James and Marian Jordan and Don 
Quinn. cl947. [8] p. 21cm. © 
James and Marian Jordan and Don 
Quinn, Hollywood; 24May47; D pub. 
10367. 

It's aU Greek. A dramatic composi- 
tion by James and Marian Jordan 
and Don Quinn. cl947. [4] p. 21cm. 
© James and Marian Jordan and 
Don Quinn, Hollywood; 24May47; 
D pub. 10204. 

Strictly off the record. A dramatic 
composition by James and Marian 
Jordan and Don Quinn, cl947. [4] p. 
21cm. © James and Marian Jordan 
and Don Quinn, Hollywood, Calif.; 
24May47; D pub. 10197. 

A visit to the dairy, part 1, part 2. 
A dramatic composition by James 
and Marian Jordan and Don Quinn. 
C1947. [8] p. 21cm. ©James 
and Marian Jordan and Don Quinn, 
Hollywood; 24May47; D pub. 10366. 

Wallace Wimpole drops in, a dra- 
matic composition by James and 
Marian Jordan and Don Quinn, 
cl947. [4] p. 21cm. © James 
and Marian Jordan and Don Quinn, 
HoUywood; 24May47; D pub. 10206. 

JORDAN, MARIAN. 

A fascinatin' hunk of natural history. 
See Jordan, James. 

A few notes on piano tuning. See 
Jordan, James. 

It's all Greek. See Jordan, James. 

Strictly off the record. See Jordan, 
James. 

A visit to the dairy. See Jordan, 
James. 

Wallace Wimpole drops in. See Jor- 
dan, James. 

JOSEPH an' he's brotha's. See Payne, 
Margaret Christina. 

JOSEPH in Egypt. See Payne, Margaret 
Christina. 

JOSSESSBERG, MILTON. 
America's foremost violinist. See 

Benny, Jack. 
Getting a haircut. See Benny, Jack. 
Getting a shave. See Benny, Jack. 
A letter from Mary's mother. See 

Benny, Jack. 
Schizophrenia. See Benny, Jack. 
The violin lesson. See Benny, Jack. 

JOSSET, ANDRE. 
Cavalcade. See Coward, Noel. 
Le maftre du harem; piece en deux 

parties, 6 tableaux. © Andre Josset, 

Paris; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7061. 
Les oiseaux s'envolent, piece en trois 

actes. © Andre Josset, Paris; lc 

22Jan47; D unp. 7064. 

JOUBERTET CIE. 
Sarpedon. See Melon, Pierre. 

JOURNEY to Calais. See Bentley, 
Frank. 

JOYCE JORDAN, M. D. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Margaret 
Sangster. © Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 

450. Dec. 20, 1946. © lc 9Jan47; Dunp. 
6839. 



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474. Jan. 23, 1947. lc 29Jan47; 

D imp. 7408. 
495. Feb. 21, 1947. lc 9M.ir47; 

D unp. 6014. 
506. Mar. 1U, 1947. lc 7Apr47; 

D unp. 8492. 
535. Apr. 18, 1947. lc 12May47; 

D unp. 9165. 
552. May 13, 1947. 9 lc 5Jun47; 

D unp. 1U065. 

THE JOYOUS romance. See Houston, 
Gemma d'Auria. 

THE JUDGMENT. See Bell, Augustus 

\v. 

JUDITH. See Carrington, Ulrich S. 

JUDITH of Bethulia. See Cohen, Mor- 
timer J. 

JUDSON, LESTER E. 

Black, white or plaid; a new play. In 
three acts. 9 Lester Judson, New 
York; lc 24Jun4 7; D unp. 10402. 

The box. A play in two parts. © Les- 
ter E. Judson, New York; lc 5Mar47; 
D unp. 7856. 

O' happy laughter. A play in one scene. 
3 Lester E. Judson, New York; lc 
25Feb47; D unp. 7750. 

We offer for this month ... A play in one 
scene. © Lester E. Judson, New York; 
lc 25Feb47; D unp. 7749. 

THE JUGGLEK. See Graves, Russell 
Briggs. 

LE JUIF errant. See Alexandre, Maxime. 

JUKE box. See Kotz, Kathleen Murphy. 

JUKE box jury. See Obrist, E. C. 

JULIN, CARL FREDERIC. 

Grand finale; or, Lady on the ledge. 
A play in three acts. © Carl Frederic 
Julin, New Rochelle, N. Y.; lc 27Jan4 7; 
D unp. 7173. 

Limbo Lou; or, Some girls do. A play 
with incidental songs. In three acts. 
Text only. © Carl Frederic Julin, 
New York; lc 2May47;D unp. 9063. 

JULY 4th birthday party. See Halpern, 
Barbara. 

JUNGLE death. See Exploring the un- 
known, Mar. 9, 194 7. 

JUNGLE journey. See Walker, E. Jerry. 

JUPITER. See Boissy, Robert. 

JUST in time. See Mrvos, Mildred. 

JUST like a woman. See Bushnell, 
Adelyn. Eight radio plays. 

JUST passing by. See Williams, Pete. 

JUST plain Alma. See Cunningham, 
Janice Berthene. 



K 



KAGAN, BEN. See The eternal light. 



KAGAN, BENJAMIN. 
Crossroads, a play in three acts. l 
Anne Kahan Segal, New Rochelle, 
N. Y.; lc 14Jan47; D unp. 7022. 

KAHN, FLORENCE R. 

The cry of laughter, a play in three 
acts. © Florence R. Kahn, Balti- 
more; lc 18Apr4 7; D unp. 8839. 

The lost day, a play with music, in 
two acts. Book by Florence R. 
Kahn, music by Katherine E. Lucke. 
Text only. © Florence R. Kahn, 
Baltimore; lc 18Apr47; D unp. 
8838. 

KAHN, MORTON L. 
Easy money, a radio script. 3 Fannie 
Kahn Price and Morton L. Kahn 
trading as Kahn and Rosenau, Phila- 
delphia; lc 5Apr47; C 1310. 

KAHN AND ROSENAU. 
Easy money. See Kahn, Morton L. 

KAISER, JEAN. 
Chaoming, the bright and clever one. 
See Haynes, Lyla Waterbury. 

KALAKAUA, rex. See Morris, Raymond 
Llewllyn. 

KALCHEIM, BEATRICE. 
The heaven of each. See Maine, 

Virginia S. 
Some of my best friends. See Maine, 

Virginia S. 

KAMINSKI, ABRAHAM. See Kamm, 
Abraham R. 

KAMM, ABRAHAM R. 
You are welcome to happiness. An 
inspirational talk in prose and verse. 
© Abraham R. Kamm, a.k.a. Abra- 
ham Kaminski, Pennsanken, N. J.; 
lc 10Jun47; C 1473. 

KAMM, SEYMOUR JAMES. 
Dad was, a comedy in three acts, by 
Sey James Kamm. © Seymour James 
Kamm, Newark, N. J.; lc 2Feb47; 
D unp. 7529. 

KANDEL, JUDITH. 
The blue horse, a comedy. In three 

acts. 3 Judith Kandel, New York; 

lc 29Mar47; D unp. 8385. 
The children's world. A play in three 

acts. © Judith Kandel, New York; lc 

29Mar47;D unp. 8386. 

KANE, FRANK. The Shadow. See 
The Shadow. (Radio program) 
Special assignment. A radio script. 
© Bermingham, Castleman and 
Pierce, inc., New York; lc l3May47; 
D unp. 9252. 

KANE, JACK. See Kane, John Thomas. 

KANE, JOHN THOMAS. 

We may argue. See Brown, Kathryn 
Mary. 



KANE, WHTTFORD. 
Fell the angels. Sec 



Lomask, Milton. 



KANLN, GARSON. 
Years ago. See Gordon, Ruth. 



KAN1N, RUTH GORDON. See Gordon, 
Ruth. 

KAPLAN, HAROLD G. 
Musical shoe box; announcements 
nos. 1-3. Radio commercials. 
Harold G. Kaplan, Chicago; lc 
5Feb47;D unp. 7810. 



KAPLAN, JESSE. 
The love merry-go-round. 
Sands, Alan. 



See 



KAPNER, IRVING. 
Billy Neal's brother, a three act 
play. © Irving Kapner, New York; lc 
9Feb47;D unp. 753 7. 

KARLEN, BERNARD EUGENE. 

Be it ever so humble, a television 
script. © Bernard E. Karlen, 
New York; lc 29Mar47; D unp. 
9261. 

Paddlefoot Haven, a comedy -farce in 
three acts. © Bernard E. Karlen, 
New York; lc 17Mar47;D unp. 8638. 



KAROLINE von Giinderrode. 
Steffen, Albert. 



See 



KARREN, BETTY. 
Moonface. See Karren, Henny. 
Red angels. See Karren, Henny. 

KARREN, HENNY. 

Moonface, a play in three acts by Henny, 
Vieda, Martin and Betty Karren. & 
Henny, Vieda, Martin and Betty Karren, 
Kew Gardens, N. Y.; lc 26Mar4 7; 
D unp. 8270. 

Red angels, by Henny, Martin, Vieda 
and Betty Karren. A play in two 
acts. © Henny, Martin, Vieda and 
Betty Karren, Kew Gardens, N. Y.; 
lc 6Jun47;D unp. 10004. 

KARREN, MARTIN. 
Moonface. See Karren, Henny. 
Red angels. See Karren, Henny. 

KARREN, VIEDA. 
Moonface. See Karren, Henny. 
Red angels. See Karren, Henny. 

KASER, ARTHUR LE ROY. 
Town Hall revue, an entertainment 
for women. Chicago, Dramatic pub. 
co. [1947J 14 p. 18cm. © Dramatic 
publishing co., Chicago; 14Apr4 7; 
D pub. 9329. 

KASSEL, ART. 
The needle. Monologue. © Art Kassel, 
Chicago; lc 15Jun47; C 1478. 

KASTEN, ELIHU. 
The modern Macabees. A play in one 
scene. © Elihu Kasten, New York; 
lc 27Feb47; D unp. 7829. 

THE KAT of Kandy-doo. See Tennent, 
William. 

KATHERYN Howard. See Kurlander, 
Regine J. 

KATHLEEN. See Sayers, Michael. 

KATIE'S daughter. See Hummert, 
Frank. 



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KATY. See Cavanaugh, Jane Frances. 

KATYDID. See Giannini, Nancy Thayer. 

KATZ, RALPH. 
Condition murder, a radio play. © 
Ralph Katz, New York; lc 7Jan47; 
D unp. 6836. 

KAUFMAN, MARTIN. 
Government by three, a play in three 
acts. © Martin Kaufman, New York; 
lc 9May47; D unp. 9205. 

KAUFMAN, RALPH GATO. 
Residence club. A play in eight scenes. 
© Ralph G. Kaufman, New York; lc 
4Feb47;D unp. 745 7. 

KAUFMAN, S. JAY. 
Of human events; or, In our time; or, 
Of our time; or, Chronicle; or, God's 
country. A play in eighteen scenes. 
© S. Jay Kaufman, New York; lc 
13Jan47;D unp. 6919. 

KAVANAU, ALEXANDER. 
Curves and angels, a comedy in three 
acts. © Alexander Kavanau, Brook- 
lyn; lc 27Nov46; D unp. 6809. New 
matter: revisions and additions. 
Prev. reg. 13Nov46; D unp. 5923. 

KAYE, BILLY. 
Myrna the mermaid, a modern musical 
playlet with original songs for young- 
sters of all ages. Lyrics by Billy Kaye, 
music by Fred Kramer. Based on the 
fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson. 
New York, Edwards music co. [1947] 
cover-title, 32 p. illus. 30cm. © 
Edwards music co., New York; 
20Apr47; D pub. 1203. 

KAYE, PAUL. 
Search no more, a play in three acts, by 
Paul Kaye and Lawrence Nadell. © 
Paul Kaye, and Lawrence Nadell, New 
York; lc 24May47; D unp. 8224. 

KAZANJIAN, NUBER. 
East and West. A play in three acts. © 
Nuber Kazanjian, New York; lc 
15Apr47;D unp. 8771. 

KE kula nui. See Wilson, Willard. 

KEANE, ETHEL N. 
The battle of the bees. Radio script, 
Mar. 29, 1947. © Raymond Keane, 
Los Angeles; lc 5Apr47; C 1309. 

KEANE, RAYMOND. 
The battle of the bees. See Keane, 
Ethel N. 

KEARNEY, JAMES ROSS. 
The new school for scandal, a new come- 
dy in three acts by Ross Kearney; from 
the comic masterpiece of Richard Brins- 
ley Sheridan. In two volumes. © James 
Ross Kearney, Los Angeles; lc 17Feb47; 
D unp. 7741. 

KEARNEY, ROSS. See Kearney, James 
Ross. 

KEBBE, CHARLES M. 
Cluny the clown. Recording script. 
© Charles M. Kebbe, New York; lc 



26Feb4 7;D unp. 7748. 

KEDAS, PETER. 
Lonely, I r;o. A play in three acts. 
Based on a short story, Sapper, by 
H. C. McNeile. © Peter Kedas, 
New. York; lc HMar47; D unp. 8280. 

KEEGAN, HOWARD THOMAS. 
Radio night court. Radio script. © 

Howard Thomas Keegan, Chicago; 

lc 16Apr47; D unp. 8758. 
Who's guilty? Radio script. © Howard 

Thomas Keegan, Chicago; lc 15Apr47; 

D unp. 8761. 

KEELER story. See The Adventurers' 
club, Jan. 25, 1947. 

KEEN, EDWARD ELLSWORTH. 
Masters and minors; audition Jan. 18, 
1947. © Edward Ellsworth Keen, 
Cincinnati; lc 24Feb47;D unp. 7692. 

THE KEEN teens. See Spencer, Norman. 

KEENEY, CLAIRE HANDSAKER. 
Super service, by C. H. Keeney. A 
play in three acts. © Claire Hand- 
saker Keeney, Whittier, Calif.; lc 
13Mar47;D unp. 8111. 

KEEP punching. See Wells, Billy K. 

KEHLER, HENNING. 
Ullabella; eller, Han slog et barn. 
Komedie i fern akter. K/Sbenhavn, 
Gyldendalske Boghandel-Nordisk 
forlag, 1941. 113 p. 17cm. © 
Henning Kehler, c/o Gyldendalske 
Boghandel-Nordisk forlag, Copen- 
hagen; 4Apr41; D pub. 7612. 

KEHOE, VINCENT JEFFRE-ROUX, 
1921- 
The doctor in spite of himself (Le 

medecin malgre lui) See Moliere, 

Jean Baptiste Poquelin. 
L-o-w-e-1-1, a revue in two acts; book, 

music and lyrics by Vin Kehoe. Text 

only. © Vincent R. Kehoe, New York; 

lc 28Apr47; D unp. 9025. 

KEITH, DONALD CAIN. 

The owl bus murder; half hour mystery 
show written by Don Keith. The McCoy 
series. © Donald C. Keith, Washing- 
ton; lc 2Jan47; D unp. 6737. 

Whipsaw; half hour mystery show. Radio 
script. © Donald Cain Keith, Washington; 
lc 21Mar47;D unp. 8209. 

KELEN-D'OXYLION, Mrs. STEPHEN. 
See Waring, Dorothy. 

KELLER, LOIS PETERSON. 
Truly your friend Sarah Hale. A radio 
play. © Lois Peterson Keller, Fort 
Wayne; lc 5May47; D unp. 9102. 

KELLEY, BETTY. 
An almost lonely Christmas, a three- 
act toy fantasy with music and dances 
for elementary schools and children's 
theatres. Evanston, 111., Row, Peter- 
son [1946] © Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111.; 150ct46; D pub. 10186. 

KELLEY, HAZEL A. 
DepQsed. A play in one scene. © Hazel 



A. Kelley, New York; lc 6Jun47; 
D unp. 9615. 

KELLEY, JOHN THOMAS. 
Crime on the waterfront. A series 
of two -act plays for radio. © John 
T. Kelley, Bayside, N. Y. 
Inaugural script. © lc 30Jan47; 

D unp. 7270. 
Second script. © lc 4Feb47; Dunp. 

7438. 
Third script. © lc 26Feb47; D unp. 

7802. 

KELLEY, WINNIFORD DAVID. 
The road beyond, a drama in three 
acts for an all-male cast, by Win 
D. Kelley. © Winniford David 
Kelley, South Gate, Calif.; lc 
3Mar47,D unp. 8024. 



KELLOGG, 

Kellogg. 



GRACE. See Smith, Grace 



KELLOGG, WALTER GUEST. 
Foreign fancy woman. See Colton, 
John. 

KELLY, HELEN M. T. 
His people, a play in three acts. Bos- 
ton, Baker's plays [etc., 1947] 55 p. 
diagr. 19cm. © Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston; 10Apr47;D pub. 8687. 

KELLY, RICHARD ANDREW. 
Before the sun's up. A play in one 
scene. © Richard Andrew Kelly, 
New York; lc 28Mar47; D unp. 8363. 

KELLY. See Hatch, Eric. 

KELM, KARLTON. 

Brother, a comedy drama by Karlton 
Kelm and William Kelm. In three acts. 
© Karlton Kelm and William E. Kelm, 
New York; lc 23Apr47; D unp. 8884. 

The love blow, a comedy by Karlton 
Kelm and William Kelm. In three acts. 
© Karlton Kelm and William E. Kelm, 
New York; lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8802. 

Winter wheat, a drama in three acts, by 
Karlton Kelm and William Kelm. © 
Karlton Kelm and William E. Kelm, 
New York; lc 7Feb47;D unp. 7471. 

KELM, WILLIAM E. 
Brother. See Kelm, Karlton. 
The love blow. See Kelm, Karlton. 
Winter wheat. See Kelm, Karlton. 

KELSAY, BILL. See The great Gildei - 
sleeve. 

KELSO, EDMOND ERWIN. 
Blow the man down, a musical play 
of the sea, in two acts. Text only. 
© Edmond Erwin Kelso, St. Albans, 
N. Y.; lc 17Jan47;D unp. 6993. 

KEMPE, MARY LOUISE. See Cheat- 
ham, Mary Louise Kempe. 



KENNEDY, M. K. 
The Scuddievaigs. 
Marcel. 



See Wallenstein, 



KENNEY, MARIE ETHEL. 
He is risen; dramatic Easter program. 
34 leaves. © Marie Ethel Kenney, 
New York; lc 21Jan47; D unp. 7011. 



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KENNY, MARTIN JOHN. 
This is our heritage. A dramatic 
composition. 21 leaves. Martin 
John Kenny, Toronto; lc 3Jan47; 
D unp. 6924. 

KENT, PRISCILLA. 

Abigail opens the White House. The 
cavalcade of America, broadcast 
Feb. 24, 1947. E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del.; 
lc 16May47;D unp. 9292. 

The greatest story ever told. See 
The greatest story ever told. 
(Radio program) 

Parade. The cavalcade of America, 
broadcast Nov. 25, 1946. S E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and co., Wil- 
mington, Del.; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 
7884. 

The woman on Lime Rock. See 
Woodman, Ruth. 

KERMAN, BUNNY. 
Bunny and David show party; radio 
format. By Bunny and David Kerman. 

Bunny and David Kerman. New 
York; lc 6May47; C 1398. 

KERMAN, DAVID. 
Bunny and David show party. See 
Kerman, Bunny. 

KERNAN, PHILIP ALOYSIUS. 
Musical cruise. A radio script. © 
Philip Aloysius Kernan, Oklahoma 
City; lc 2Feb47; C 1191. 

KERR, BERRILLA. 
The line is fine. See Frank, Betty. 

KERRICK, ROBERT. 
The broomstick saga, a comedy in three 
acts. © Raymond William Almquist, 
Oak Park, 111.; lc 17Mar47; D unp. 
8128. 

KESSELRING, CHARLOTTE. 
Solomon's mother. See Kesselring, 
Joseph. 

KESSELRING, JOSEPH. 
Solomon's mother, an historical play 
in two acts. 6 Joseph Kesselring 
and Charlotte Kesselring, New York; 
lc 13Feb47;D unp. 7739. 

KESTLE, JAMES ALLEN. 

Only the valiant, a pageant-drama of 
Christian stewardship. [Long form] 
Chicago, General board of lay ac-_ 
tivities, the Methodist church, cl947. 
36 p. 22cm. © General board of 
lay activities, the Methodist church, 
Chicago; 6Feb47; D pub. 7561. 

Only the valiant, a pageant -drama of 
Christian stewardship. (Short form ] 
Chicago, General board of lay ac- 
tivities, the Methodist church, cl947. 
18 p. 22cm. 3 General board of 
lay activities, the Methodist church, 
Chicago; 6Feb47;D pub. 7562. 

THE KEY. See 
Looney, Robert Everett Lafayette. 
Miller, Ashley. 

KEY man. See Kunkel, Edward Jones. 

THE KEYE man. gee Reynolds, Edward. 



KEYES, PAUL WILLIAM. 
Listen to the lyrics; or, Words and 

musing. A radio program. P.iul 

William Keyes, Boston; lc 23May47- 

D unp. 9389. 
Lucky lyrics. A radio program. © 

Paul William Keyes, Boston; lc 

26May4 7;D unp. 9380. 

KEYSER, BUNTY FABIAN. 
What d'ya say? Radio script, w Bunty 
Fabian Keyser, Salt Lake City; lc 
24Dec46; D unp. 6717. 

KHAKI goes to kollege. See Kublitz, Dan- 
iel. 

KID sister. See Paquette, John C. 

KIDDE, ROBERT. 
The emperor's mime. See Simetti, 

Otto. 
Sellin' any heaven today ? See Simetti, 
Otto. 

KIDDY kabaret. See Halpern, Barbara. 

KIDS are funny. See Montefalco, Albert. 

KILANDER, KARL INGEMAR. 
The House of the West Indies, a comedy 
in four acts. Washington, 1946. 48 
leaves. 29cm. 3 Karl Ingemar Kilan- 
der, Washington; 9Dec46; D pub. 6857. 

KILBOURN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS. 
The shopping bag; or, Shop at home. An 
advertising feature radio broadcast. 
© William Douglas Kilbourn, Pueblo, 
Col.; lc 6Feb47; C 1150. 

KILDEREJSEN. See Andersen, Vilhelm. 

KILLER Cates. See Lux radio theatre, 
Dec. 16, 1946. 

KILLIKELLY, BRYAN DESMOND. 
Not to the swift, a play by Desmond 
O'Brien [pseud. ] In three acts. © 
Bryan Desmond Killikelly, Columbus, 
O.; lc 16Jun4 7; D unp. 10339. 

KIM, LAURENCE HOPILL. 
The green isle, a play in three acts. 
© Laurence Hopill Kim, New York; lc 
23Feb47; D unp. 7710. 

KIMBALL (ABBOTT) COMPANY, INC. 
Reflections in your wine glass. See 
McCarthy, Fred S. 

KIMERALAND. See Marfan, Magdalena 
Petit. 

KINCEL, STEPHEN GEORGE. 
Grave in the water, a radio mystery 
drama. 3 Stephen G. Kincel, Los 
Angeles; lc 2 7Feb47; D unp. 7800. 

DER K1NDER-FELDZUG. See Carlberg, 
Erika. 

KING, JANET MARIE. 
Indecision. A play in two scenes, t 
Janet Marie King, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
26Mar47; D unp. 8615. 

KING, MARYM. 
Irish sweepstakes, a play in three acts. 
© Mary M. King, Arlington, Va.; lc 



18Mar4 7;D unp. 8138. 
A ready made family, a play in three 
acts. > Mary M. King, Arlington, 
Va.; lc 7May47; D unp. 9409. 

KING, MOLLY, pseud. See Hlnsdell, 
Amalia King. 

KING, NORMAN VARONA. 
She who gets slapped; or, Like father, 
like son. A play in three acts. 
Norman Varona King, New York; lc 
3Feb47;D unp. 7377. 

KING, PHILIP. 
Crystal clear. See Cary, Falkland L. 
The telephone never rings. See Cary, 
Falkland L. 

KING Bliss. See Swan, Thomas F. 

KING David. See Carter, Burnham. 

KING Linkum the first. See Hewitt, 
John Hill. 

KING of Ak-sar-ben. See Otway, How- 
ard. 

THE KING who could not laugh. See 
Carroll, Paul Vincent. 



THE KINGDOM of folly. 
Richard G. 



See Taylor, 



KINGDOM of jazz. See Zeifman, Jerry. 

KINGDOWN. See Wells, Douglas Em- 
mett. 

KINGS may kiss. See Cowen, Lenore 
Coffee. 

KINNOY, ERNEST. 
Exploring the unknown. See Exploring 

the unknown. (Radio program) 
Dead to rights. See Costikyan, Edward. 

KIRK, MABEL L. 
Bethlehem's Babe. A play in three acts. 
© Mabel L. Kirk, Willowbrook, Calif.; 
310ct45; 2c 31Mar47; D pub. 8570. 
The Messiah. A play in nine scenes. 8 
Mabel L. Kirk, Willowbrook, Calif.; 
16Dec44; 2c 31Mar47; D pub. 8569. 

KIRKLAND, ALEXANDER. 
Summer scene, a comedy in three acts. 
New York, French; [etc. ] cl947. 101 p. 
diagr. 19cm. © Alexander Kirkland, 
New York; 10Jan47; D pub. 8381. 

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN. 
Remarkable baby, a farce in one act. 
New York, French; [etc.] C1945. 42 p. 
diagr. 19cm. 9 Samuel French, New 
York; 14Dec45; D pub. 8322. 

K1RSHBAUM, LOUIS. 
The sewing circle, a dramatic composi- 
tion by Leonard K. Baum [pseud.] 105 
leaves. © Louis Kirshbaum, Los 
Angeles; lc 9Jan47; D unp. 6870. 

K3SER, FANNY BURR. 
Adventures in Music land; stories about 
the music used in the Tennessee sesqui- 
centennial celebration at Dudley Field, 
Nashville, on June 1 and 3, 1946. The 
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Tennessee through the years. In 
three parts. Text only. © Davidson 
county Board of education, Nashville; 
lc 10Feb47; C 1149. 

KISKADDON, J. FULTON. 
The cotter s Saturday night, a drama- 
tization of Robert Burns' poem depict- 
ing Christian home life in Scotland. 
8 leaves. © J. Fulton Kiskaddon, 
Mineral Ridge, O.; lc 15Jan47; D unp. 
6905. 

KISS me, Kate. See Paskman, Dailey. 

KISSELL, CARTER COSLET. 
The industrialist, a play in three acts. 
© Carter Coslet Kissell, Gates Mills, 
O.; lc 2May47; D unp. 9059. 

KLEE, LAWRENCE M. 
The Roosevelt story; for a motion pic- 
ture. © Tola productions, inc., New 
York; lc 9Jan47; D unp. 6833. 

KLEIN, PAUL. 
The neon wagon. See Goldsmith, Lee. 

DER KLEINE star. See Lichtenberg, 
William. 

KLEINER walzer in A moll. See Muller, 
Hans. 

KLEINSINGER, GEORGE. 
Pan the piper. See Wing, Paul. 

KLINE, ERMA IRENE. 
Denise; or, Violet dawn. A dramatico- 
musical composition in three acts. Text 
and music on separate leaves. © Erma 
Irene Kline, San Leandro, Calif.; lc 
21Apr47;D unp. 1204. New matter: 
revision. Prev. reg. 15Jul46, D unp. 
1069. 

KLONDIKE Lou. See Wright, Eugene 
Forest. 

KNIGHT, THOMAS F. 
The Huron Dolphin. See Barnett, Richard. 

KNIPE, ROBERT CHARLES. 
Lift up your gates, a play in three acts. 
© Robert Charles Knipe, New York; 
lc 19Feb47; D unp. 7645. 

1 

KNOUSE, LOIS MARIE. 
Proudly they'll stand; the plight of young 
America. A play in three scenes. © 
Lois M. Knouse, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
13Mar47; D unp. 8085. 

KNOW your composers. See Whitworth, 
Walter. Music lives forever. 

KNOWEST thou the land. See The Ohio 
story, Jan. 6, 1947. 

KNOWLEDGE. See Walker, Lillie L. 
Daniels. 

KNOWLTON, LUCIA K. 
Ackley Acres, a musical play in three 
acts; music and lyrics by Vera Lee 
Pettibone, book by Lucia K. Knowlton. 
Text only. © Lucia K. Knowlton (Mrs.) 
Lakewood, O.; lc 9Dec46; D unp. 7007. 



KNOX COMPANY. See 
Deadline mystery. 
Deadline mystery adventures. 

KOBER, ARTHUR. 
Friends and fellow citizens. See 
Basso, Hamilton. 

KOCH, HOPE CARLINE. 
This faith, a play in three scenes. © 
Hope Carline Koch, Northampton, Pa.; 
lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8307. 

KOCHER, RUTH LAYMON. 
The Magdalene, an Easter play in one 
act. Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 1947] 
31 p. diagrs. 19cm. © Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston; 4Apr47; D pub. 8514. 

KOEGEL, JOSEPH. 
Heartbreak. A play in three acts. © 
Joseph Koegel, Asbury Park, N. J.; lc 
24Apr47;D unp. 8911. 

KOERNER, SYLVIA. 
The good wife, a play. In three acts. 
© Sylvia Koerner, Los Angeles; lc 
9Feb47;D unp. 7521. 

KOESTER, WILLIAM S. 
As you were; variety show -amateur 
"hour" for World war II veterans. 
Adaptable for stage, screen and radio. 
© William S. Koester, Los Angeles; 
lc 2Feb47; D unp. 7380. 

KOFFLER, SOPHIE. See Rosenfeld, Sophie 
Koffler. 

KOHN, ROSE SIMON. 
The empty years. See Rotter, Fritz. 

KOLLINE, THEODORE. 
The conflict divine, a musical drama in 
three acts , based upon The romantic 
life of Franz Liszt, by Theodore Kol- 
line and Harold J. Greenberg. Text 
only. © Theodore Kolline and Harold 
J. Greenberg, Brooklyn; lc 2Dec46; 
D unp. 7006. 

KOM inn! See Krog, Helge. Levende og 
djide. 

KONKYLIEN. See Krog, Helge. 

THE KOPEC'S dilemma. See Neher, 
Jack. 

KOPPLE, KENNETH. 
Two young. See Leopold, Teddy. 

KORTNER, FRITZ. 

Nacht und Nebel; drama in drei akten. 
© Fritz Kortner, Los Angeles; lc 
27Sep46;D unp. 6757. New matter: 
additions and revisions. Prev. reg. 
The stigma, acts 1 and 2, 2May44, 
act 3, 28Aug44, D unp. 90369. 

World unseen. English translation of 
Kortner's Nacht und Nebel, by Edgar 
Barrier. In three acts. © Fritz 
Kortner, Los Angeles; lc 27Sep46; 
D unp. 6967. 

KORYBUT-KOVAHLSKY, KASIMIR. 
The house of cards; or, The leaves 
of life. A play in four acts and 
eight scenes. © Kasimir Korybut- 
Kovahlsky, Los Angeles; lc llApr47; 



D unp. 8686. 

KOSLOW, EDITH L. 
Health play. 7 leaves. © Edith L. 
Koslow, Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 
14May47; D unp. 9247. 

KOTEN, BERNARD L. 
The Russian question. See Simonov, 
Konstantin Mikhailovich. 

KOTZ, KATHLEEN MURPHY. 
Juke box, a comedy in three acts. 
Franklin, O., Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc. [1946] 60 p. 19cm. 
(Eldridge hi-test non-royalty plays) 
© Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O.; 25Jul46; D pub. 7198. 



KOVAHLSKY, KASIMIR KORYBUT- 
Korybut-Kovahlsky, Kasimir. 



See 



KOZLOWSKI, HENRY A. 
Works by Henry A. Kozlowski in colla- 
boration with Anthony Ostroff, jr., are 
entered in this catalog under Henton, 
J. A., pseud. 

KRAFT FOODS COMPANY, INC. See 
The great Gildersleeve. 
Kraft music hall. 

KRAFT MUSIC HALL. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by J. Walter 
Thompson co. © Kraft foods co., inc., 
Chicago. 

Dec. 5, 12, 1946. © lc each 2Jan47; 

D unp. 7122, 7123. 
Dec. 19, 1946. © lc 2Jan47; D unp. 

7150. 
Dec. 26, 1946, Jan. 2, 1947. © lc 

each 13Jan47; D unp. 7124, 7125. 
Jan. 9, 1947. © lc 14Jan47;D unp. 

7403. 
Jan. 16, 1947. © lc 22Jan47; D unp. 

7308. 
Jan. 23, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 1947. © lc 

each 18Feb47;D unp. 7726-7729. 
Feb. 20, 1947. © lc 7Mar47; D unp. 

8060. 
Feb. 27, 1947. © lc 7Mar47;D unp. 

8059. 
Mar. 6, 13, 1947. © lc each 19Mar47; 

D unp. 8547, 8548. 
Mar. 20, 27, Apr. 3, 10, 1947. © lc 

each 18Apr47;D unp. 8814-8817. 
Apr. 17, 24, 1947. © lc each 

2May47;D unp. 9196, 9197. 
May 1, 1947. © lc 9May47; D unp. 

9351. 
May 8, 15, 22, 1947. © lc each 

29May47; D unp. 10099-10101. 
May 29, 1947. © lc 5Jun47; D unp. 

10256. 

KRAMER, FRED. 
Myrna the mermaid. See Kaye, Billy. 

KRAMER, HILDA H. 
Stranger in the land, a drama in three 
acts. © Hilda H. Kramer, Canton, O.; 
lc 7Jan47;D unp. 6966. 

KRAMER, MILT. See Nick Carter, master 
detective. 

KRAMER, SIDNEY. 
Yes sir, that's my baby. A- radio script. 



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© Sidney Kramer, Arverne, N. Y.; 
lc 9May47;D unp. 9157. 

KRAMM, JOSEPH. 
The cry of the watchman. A play in three 
acts. © Joseph Kramm, New York; lc 
5Mar4 7; D unp. 7953. 

KRANNHALS, ALEXANDER. 
Ferien im Tessin. See Volker, Willy. 

KREMLICK, KURT J. 

Daizie's music shop. Episode 1. A 
radio program. © Kurt J. Kremlick, 
Detroit; lc 14May47; D unp. 9357. 

The prisoner speaks, a half -hour radio 
program. © Kurt J. Kremlick, De- 
troit; lc 16Feb47; D unp. 7613. 

KRINN, GEORGE KARLE. 

Angels inc., a farce by G. Karle Krinn. 
In three acts. © George Krinn, New 
York; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 8453. 

Big Chief Talebearer, a new radio ser- 
ies. Episode 1. © George Krinn, 
New York; lc 6Jun47;D unp. 10005. 

KROG, HELGE, 1889- 
Blapapiret, en liten komedie. Oslo, 

Gyldendal Norsk forlag, 1928. 92 p. 

20cm. © Helge Krog, Oslo, Norway; 

15May28;D pub. 7572. 
Det store vi, komedie [i fyra akter] 

Annen utgave. Oslo, Gyldendal Norsk 

forlag, 1939. 193 p. front. 20cm. 

© Helge Krog, Oslo, Norway; 9Feb39; 

D pub. 7569. 
Don Juan. See Hoel, Sigurd. 
Konkylien [i fern akter] Oslo, Gyldendal 

Norsk forlag, 1929. 112 p. 20cm. © 

Helge Krog, Oslo, Norway; 16Jan29; 

D pub. 7570. 
Levende og d/Sde, to sma skuespill. Oslo, 

H. Aschehoug & co. (W. Nygaard), 1945. 

152 p. 20cm. Contents.— Kom inn!— 

Levende og dj6de. © H. Aschehoug & 

co., (W. Nygaard), Oslo, Norway; 

5Nov45; D pub. 7574. 
Treklang, sma komedier om erotikk. 

Oslo, Gyldendal Norsk forlag, 1933. 

152 p. 20cm. Contents.— Cirkelen.— 

Hvem vet? Skal for Agnete. © Helge 

Krog, Oslo, Norway; 24Sep33; D pub. 

7571 

KROUNGOLD, JOY. 
Once a thief. A twenty minute play in 
three scenes. © Joy Kroungold, Allen - 
town, Pa.; lc 21Mar47; D unp. 8217. 

KRUGER, CHRISTI. 
Unfinished business. See Hernandez, 
Peter. 

KSHATRIYA, LEROI DE NA'PIER. See 
Napier, LeRoy. 

KUBLITZ, DANIEL. 
Khaki goes to kollege.' Words by Dan 
Kublitz, music by Donald Jaffey. 
A play with music in a prologue and 
two acts. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Donald Harlan Jaffey, Buffa- 
lo; lc 28Mar47;D unp. 1175. 

KUHLMAN, KARL. 

The storm is raging high. See Mabry, 
Irene B. The bursting grave at the 
bottom of Hell. 



KUNKEL, EDWARD JONES. 
Key man, a play in four acts. © Ed- 
ward Jones Kunkel, Warren, O.; lc 
7Jan47;D unp. 6950. 

KUPFERSMITH, JEROME ROBERT. 
Manner of the word, by Jerome R. 
Kupfersmith and Harvey Pack. 
Audition script, no. 1. © Jerome 
Robert Kupfersmith and Harvey Pack, 
New York; lc 14Feb4 7; D unp. 7890. 

KURLANDER, REGINE J. 
Katheryn Howard, a play in three acts, 
a prologue, and an epilogue, by Re- 
gine J. Kurlander and Stephen N. 
Linek. © Regine J. Kurlander and 
Stephen N. Linek, Cleveland; lc 
25Feb47; D unp. 7767. 

KURTZ, BETTE M. 
The lamb gets Chachie, a comedy in 
one act. © Bette M. Kurtz, Shamo- 
kin, Pa.; lc 12Apr47; D unp. 8 740. 

KURTZ, C. GORDON. 

Henrietta the eighth, a comedy in three 
acts, by Kurtz Gordon [pseud.] © 
C. Gordon Kurtz, New York; lc lApr47; 
D unp. 8413. 

Ladies lounge, a comedy for the ladies 
in three acts, by Kurtz Gordon [pseud. ] 
© C. Gordon Kurtz, New York; lc 5Jun47; 
D unp. 10054. 



LABOR news review, Jan. 26, 1947. See 
Dennis, Albert N. 

LABOR pains. See Price, John Lemar. 

LABRID, COLETTE BERNADETTE. 
The long way home, by C. B. Labrid. 
A play in five scenes. © Colette B. 
Labrid, Jackson Heights, N. Y.; lc 
2Apr47; D unp. 8412. 

LACY, LELA. 
Bible dramafsj. 1946. 9 p. 23cm. 
Contents.— The heavenly highway 66.— 
The condition of the church. © Lela 
Lacy, Beaumont, Tex.; 25Sep46; Dpub. 
7443. 

LADIES' day. See Block, Arthur Leo- 
pold. 

LADIES in hades. See Sparks, Floyd L. 

LADIES' lounge. See Kurtz, C. Gordon. 

A LADY can change. See Dean, Walter 
Vincent. 

THE LADY from the sea. See Ibsen, 
Henrik. 

LADY-go-lucky, Apr. 8, 1947. See 
Gailey, Grace Glasser. 

LADY Godiva had a horse. See Levy, 
Bertram Paul. 

LADY in the house. See Berke, Nathan 
R. 

LADY Jacqueline. See Fenton, Fran L. 
Jacque de Baviere. 



LADY on the ledge. See Julin, Carl 
Frederic. Grand finale. 

THE LADY pirates. See Winer Bart 
Keith. 

LAFF your troubles away. See Loeb 
Jack Barton. 

LAGMAN, JOHN H. 
South of Georgia, a comedy drama 
in four acts. © John H. Lagman, 
Mobile, Ala.; lc 15Dec46; D unp' 
6943. 

LAIRD, JACK, pseud. See Schultheis 
Jack Laird. 

LALLY, LAROY MORELAND. 
Suggested method for determining 
degree of physical demand in job 
evaluation by means of a mathema- 
tical formula. One of a series of 
talks on job evaluation. © LaRoy 
Moreland Lally, Midland Park, 
N. J.; lc 290ct46; C 1070. 



LAMB, JOHN. 
The barren heart. 
Robert. 



See Turney, 



LAMB, JOHN THOMAS. 
It's a fact. A radio script describing 
a quiz contest. © John T. Lamb, 
Quincy, Mass.; lc 29May47; C 1452. 

LAMBj PATRICIA BONAR. 
Mom s rest home, a one act comedy, 
by Pat Lamb. © Patricia Bonar 
(Pat Lamb) San Francisco; lc 21Mar47; 
D unp. 8216. 

THE LAMB gets Chachie. See Kurtz, 
Bette M. 

LAMOTHE, FRANK EUGENE. 
The Nazarene, a passion play [in seven 
scenes ][n.p., 1946] 20 p. 23cm. © 
Frank Eugene Lamothe, sr., New Or- 
leans; 15Nov46; 2c 27Mar47; D pub. 
8408. 

THE LAMP. See Buss, Carl Alfred. 

THE LAMP in the window. See Lewis, 
Philip. 

LAMPERT, FRANCES. 
Cooper's corners. A play in three acts. 
© Frances Lampert, Brooklyn; lc 
4Jun47;D unp. 10340. 

LAND, CHARLES THEODORE. 
Revolt at midnight, a play in three acts. 
© Charles Theodore Land, Altadena, 
Calif.; lc 10Feb47;D unp. 7517. 

LAND o' gold. See Piccirillo, Louis 
Mathew . 

LAND of opportunity. See Boyd, James 
M. 

THE LAND of play. See Herst, Gladys 
H. 

THE LAND of the lost. See Hew son, 
Isabel Manning. 



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LANG, GLADYS LEE. 
Bittersweet, a war story. A play 
in three scenes. © Gladys L. 
Lang, Allentown, Pa.; lc 24Apr4 7; 
D unp. 8908. 

LANGE, MINELDA. 
For this was I born, a play in three 
acts, by Minelda Lange and Robert 
Jiras, assisted by Jessy Trimble. © 
Minelda Lange, Robert Eugene Jiras 
and Jessy Trimble, New York; lc 
4Jun47; D unp. 9608. 

LANKTON, ROBERT EARL. 
Lucky letter time. A play in one scene. 
© Robert Earl Lankton, New York; 
lc 10Jun47;D unp. 95 72. 
Movie quiz time, a play in four scenes. 
© Robert Earl Lankton, New York; 
lc 12Mar47;D unp. 8086. 

LANSING BROADCASTING COMPANY. 
Table talk. See Clayton, Robert. 

LARLABOU, GERMAINE. 
La neutre, drama en trois actes. © 
Germaine Larlabou, Bordeaux, 
France; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7050. 

LASHMAN, L. EDWARD. 
The last chance, a radio play. © 

Radio package features, New Orleans; 

lc 21Dec46; D unp. 7184. 
Now or never. Radio play. © L. Ed- 
ward Lashman, jr., New Orleans; lc 

21Dec46;D unp. 7180. 
Operation Dixie. Radio script. © 

Radio package features, New Orleans; 

lc 21Dec46; C 1099. 
Suffer the little children. Radio script. 

© Radio package features, New Orleans; 

lc 21Dec46; C 1096. 
The wisdom of Solomon. Radio play. © 

Radio package features, New Orleans; 

lc 21Dec46;D unp. 7179. 



THE LAST bullet, 
no. 2191-1416. 



See The Lone Ranger, 



THE LAST chance. See Lashman, L. 
Edward. 

THE LAST crusade. See Schram, John 
Jacob Michael. 

THE LAST goal. See Exploring the un- 
known, Jan. 19, 1947. 

THE LAST hours of Adolf Hitler. See 
O'Brien, John W. 

LAST of the Top hat gang. See The 
Green Hornet, no. 802. 

THE LAST run. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2210-1435. 

THE LAST spring. See Richards, Stanley. 

THE LAST word. See Anthony, Amelia 
• Edna. 

LATCHAM, Mrs. HARRY E. 
The dawn cometh. See Govans players. 
Greetings, Agatha. See Govans players. 

THE LATE Mrs. Montgomery. See 
Skinner, John Edward. 



LATTES, JEAN. 
If I knew. A play. 12 leaves. © 
Jean Lattes, Buenos Aires; lc HMar47; 
D unp. 8008. 

LATVALA, WATNO KAUNO. 
That devil of a girl! The story of 
Ugly Elsa. See Rislakki, Ensio. 

LAUCK, CHESTER. 
Lum and Abner; radio script by Chester 
Lauck and Norris Goff, broadcast 
Dec. 26, 1946. © Lum and Abner 
(Chester Lauck and Norris Goff) 
Hollywood; lc 6Jan47; D unp. 6781. 

THE LAUGHING god. See Miller, John 
Wesley. 

THE LAUGHING journey. See Lennon, 
Thomas. 

THE LAUGHING lady. See The Sheriff, 
no. 118. 

LAUNCELOT and Elaine. See Royle, 
Josephine Fetter. 

LAURA'S secret. See Briskin, Arthur V. 

LAUREN, FREDDA. 
Hold that genius, a comedy in three acts, 
by Fredda and Robert Lauren. © 
Fredda Lauren and Robert Lauren, 
St. Albans, N. Y.; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 
7858. 

LAUREN, ROBERT. 
Hold that genius. See Lauren, Fredda. 

LAURENCE, REGINALD. See Lawrence, 
Reginald. 

LAVERY, EMMET. 
The magnificent Yankee, a play in three 
acts. New York, French; [1946J 119 p. 
plates. 20cm. Foreword by Arthur 
Hopkins. © Emmet Lavery, Los 
Angeles; 15Nov46; D pub. 6849. Prev. 
reg. 17Dec45; D unp. 559. 

LAW for Apache Bend. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2181-1406. 

LAW for love. See Hammond, Emily 
Cuyler. 

LAW for Martin's Gap. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2218-1443. 

THE LAW of force for nuclear particles. 
See Branner, Jon. 

LAWMAN'S boy. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2245-1470. 

LAWRENCE, DAVID HERBERT. 
You touched me. See Williams, Tennes- 
see. 

LAWRENCE, FRIEDA. 
You touched me. See Williams, Tennessee 

LAWRENCE, HAROLD E. 
The nickelodeons, a one act pantomine 
play. © Harold E. Lawrence, East 
Orange, N. J. lc 23Feb47; D unp. 7717. 

LAWRENCE, LEE, pseud. See Leibman, 
Lawrence. 



LAWRENCE, REGINALD. 
That's for remembrance, a play in 
three acts by Reginald Lawrence 
and Robert Cannel, pseud. © Jane 
Cowl and Reginald Lawrence, New 
York; lc 7Nov46; D unp. 6755. New 
matter: revision. Prev. reg. under 
title Sweet bells jangled; 2jun33- 
D unp. 22708. 

LAWTHER, ROSS. 
The wall, a play with music; book by 
R. Lawther, music by M. Bomhard. 
In six scripts. © Moritz Bomhard 
(Moritz von Bomhard) New York- 
lc 18Feb47;D unp. 1189. 

LAWTON, SHAILER UPTON. 
From here in, a comedy drama in 
five scenes and a prologue. © Shailer 
Upton Lawton, M.D., New York- lc 
29Mar47;D unp. 8392. 

A LAWYER in love. See Hanson, Carroll 
Benjamin. 

LAY, JOHN HUNTER. See Trendle-Lay. 

LAZARUS, ANDREW. 
Dead to rights. See Costikyan, Ed- 
ward. 

LAZEAR. See Hare, Amory. 

LEAD on, my heart. See Waring, Dorothy. 

LEADER, ANTON M. 
Mr. Unknown, by Tony Leader. Radio 
play. Audition recording. © Louis 
G. Cowan, inc., New York; lc 23Apr47; 
D unp. 8879. 

LEADER, TONY. See Leader, Anton M. 

LEAF and bough. See Hayes, Joseph. 

LEANER, ARTHUR BERNARD. 
Battle of the bands, by Al Benson 
[pseud. J Radio script, May 31, 1947. 
© Arthur Bernard Leaner, Chicago; 
lc 13Jun47; C 1488. 

LEAPFROG. See Jacob, Charles Richard. 

LEARN feature writing the easy way 
through questions and answers. See 
Yates, Franklina Gray. 

LEARN to dance the rhumba. See Sha- 
hin, Paul Joseph. 

LEAVE her to heaven. See Lux radio 
theatre, Mar. 17, 1947. 

LEAVE it to the girls. See Stone, James 
Floyd. 

THE LEAVES of life. See Korybut- 
Kovahlsky, Kasimir. The house of cards. 

LECHNER, MICHAEL. 
And cast ye bread upon the waters, a 
radio script for the Dr. Christian 
award of 1947. © Michael Lechner, 
Stamford, Conn.; lc 25Feb47; D unp. 
7747. 
And disputed the passage, a radio script. 
© Michael Lechner, Stamford, Conn.; 
lc 19Mar47;D unp. 8188. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Dr. Christian meets the devil, a radio 
script written for the Dr. Christian 
award for 1947. I Michael Lech- 
ner, Stamford, Conn.; lc 18Feb47; 
D imp. 7639. 

Identification: unknown. A radio play. 
© Michael Lechner, Stamford, 
Conn.; lc 3Mar47;D unp. 7861. 

One minute of time. Radio play. © 
Michael Lechner, Stamford, Conn.; 
lc 5May47;D unp. 9125. 

Three--9660, a radio script. © 
Michael Lechner, Stamford, Conn.; 
lc 12Mar47; D unp. 8088. 

LECKEY, HOWARD L. 
Early history of Greene County, Penn- 
sylvania, with special reference to 
the Muddy Creek area; a talk deliv- 
ered at Glades church, on June 6, 
194 7, before Fort Jackson chapter, 
S.A.R. 3 Howard L. Lackey, sr., 
Waynesburg, Pa.; lc 24Jun47; 
C 1501. 

LE DONNE, GERARD DAVID. 
The Michigan assassin; or, The legend 
of Stanley Ketchel. A play in ten epi- 
sodes, using radio technique in pro- 
duction. © Gerard David Le Donne, 
Grand Rapids, Mich.; lc 17Apr47; 
D unp. 8777. 

LEE, ALFKED. 
Stairway to marriage, a comedy in 
three acts. © Alfred Lee, New York; 
lc 28Mar47;D unp. 8359. 

LEE, ROBERT NELSON. 
Conduct exemplary, a play in three acts. 
© Robert Nelson Lee, Hollywood; lc 
26Mar4 7; D unp. 8263. 

LEE Fountain comes of age. See The 
Columbia workshop, Nov. 2, 1946. 

LEFRANCQ, GERMAINE. 
Vingt-cinq ans de bonheur, comedie 
en trois actes. Paris, Editions Max 
Cealis [1947] 127 p. port. 19cm. 
© Editions Max Cealis, Paris; 
18Jan47;D pub. 10318. 

LEFT is right. See Diamant, William 
Martin. 

LEGEND in brocade. See The Columbia 
workshop, July 28, 1946. 

THE LEGEND of Stanley Ketchel. See 
Le Donne, Gerard David. The Michi- 
gan assassin. 

THE LEGEND of the mountain. See 
The eternal light, no. 119. 

LEGEND of the seven hours. See 
Zavadsky, Vassily V. 

LEGER, ZOE ETHEL. 
Cajun charm. A play in two acts. 
© Zoe E. Leger, Houston, Tex.; lc 
10Mar4 7;D unp. 7981. 
The divining rod, a play in three acts. 
© Zoe Ethel Leger, Houston, Tex.; 
lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7267. 

LEGRAND, JEAN-MARIE. 
Le Bal des pompiers, histoire en 
trois parties par Jean Nohain [pseud. ] 



© Jean Nohain (pseudo. de Jean-Marie 
Legrand), Paris; lc 22jan4 7; D unp. 
742 7. 

LEHMAN, VALERIA R. 
El diario de una madre, un programa 
de canto, historia, y pantomima; 
texto en Ingles por Valeria R. Leh- 
man, traduccion al Espanol por L. P. 
Velazquez, musica por Ruth Dale. 
New York, Velazquez, cl94 7. 24 p. 
28cm. Music on p. [3] of cover. © 
L. P. Velazquez and Lorenz publish- 
ing co., New York; 5Mar47; D pub. 
8646. Prev. reg. A mother's diary, 
l2Mar40;D pub. 39814. 

LEIBMAN, LAWRENCE. 
Until December. See West, Mae. 

LEICHT, RAYMOND W. 
The sale and how to make it. Film 
script. © Syndicate store merchan- 
diser, inc., New York; lc 25Feb47; 
C 1190. 

LEIGHTON, BURT, pseud. See Levy, 
Bertram Paul. 

LEIGHTON, HELEN. See Carland, 
Helen. 

LEIS, ISABEL STINE. 
A quiet day in bed, a ballet. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Isabel 
Stine Leis, San Francisco; lc 6Aug41; 
D unp. 118 7. 

LELAND, JOHN CLARK. 

Break between bells, a play in one act. 
© John Clark Leland, Syracuse, N. Y.; 
lc 14Feb47;D unp. 7605. 

Not content with their pastures, a play 
in five acts. © John Clark Leland, 
Syracuse, N. Y.; lc 4Feb47; D imp. 
7502. 

Reflections in silver -green, a play in 
one act. © John Clark Leland, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.; lc 10Feb47; D unp. 7518. 

LE MARQUAND, D'ALBERT MAXWELL. 

Cash— combo. See Tregellas, Jack 
Leddy. 

Chain of gold. Radio program by Dal- 
bert Maxwell LeMarquand and Jack 
Leddy Tregellas. © Dalbert Max- 
well LeMarquand and Jack Leddy 
Tregellas, Vancouver, B. C, Can.; 
lc 4Feb47; D unp. 7444. 

LENGLER, MILDRED. 
That Sarge girl. A play in four scenes. 
© Mildred Lengler, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 23Mar4 7;D unp. 8235. 



LENGSFELDER, H. J. 
Caesar was ambitious. 
Paula. 



See Fraser, 



LENGYEL, MELCHIOR. 
The inventor, a play in three acts. © 
Melchior Lengyel, New York; lc 
30Mar47; D unp. 8388. 

LENNON, THOMAS. 
The laughing journey, a musical comedy; 
book and lyrics by Thomas Lennon, 
music by David Hochman. In three 
acts. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Thomas Lennon and 



David Hochman, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; lc 10Apr47; D unp. 1192. 

LENTEN trilogy. See The greatest 
story ever told, nos. 9, 10, 11. 

LEONARD, CHARLES, pseud. See 
Appleton, Charles Leonard. 

LEONARD, LYNN. See Cooper, Madelyn 
Mary Leonard. 

LEONARD, OSCAR. 
The spirit of Purim, a fairy play for 
Jewish children. © Union of American 
Hebrew congregations, Cincinnati- 
14Jan47;D pub. 7722. 

LEONDAR, BARBARA. 
Mr. Blackwell. Radio script. © 
Barbara Leondar, New York; lc 
18Apr47;D unp. 8799. 

LEOPOLD, TEDDY. 
Two young, a musical comedy; book 
by Teddy Leopold, Jack Melnick, 
Kenneth Kopple and Lou Golden; 
music and lyrics by Lou Golden. 
Text only. © Louis Golden, Phil- 
adelphia; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 8454. 

LEPRINCE, ALBERT. 
Le brigaider Poiluche. See Dewit, 
Henry. 

LERNER, ALAN JAY. 
Brigadoon, a musical fantasy in two 
acts; book and lyrics by Alan Jay 
Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe. 
Text and music on separate leaves. 
© Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick 
Loewe, New York; lc music 12Feb47; 
lc text 16Mar4 7; D unp. 1186. 

LESLIE, PHIL. See 
Fibber McGee and Molly. 
The great Gildersleeve. 

LESSEL, WILLIAM H. 
No room in the inn, a Christmas play 
in three scenes. Chicago, Van Kam- 
pen press [1946] 12 p. illus. 23cm. 
© Hitchcock pub. co., Chicago; 
16May46; D pub. 7046. 

LESSING, GOTTHOLD E. 
Nathan the wise. See The eternal 
light, no. 93. 

A LESSON in life saving. See Bergen, 
Edgar. 

LET it snow. See Smith, Grace Kellogg. 

LET me have air. See McCleery, Wil- 
liam. 

LETRAZ, JEANDE. 
Abenteuer in Schanghai, revue-operette 
in 3 akten (7 bildern) von Jean de Letraz 
und Ernst Neubach; musik von Francois 
Loreton. Text only. © Theaterverlag 
Reiss, a.g., Basel, Switzerland; lc 
13May46;D unp. 7387. 

LET'S find out. See Brown, Reuben 
Henry. 

LET'S go places. See Somers, Lee. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LET S hear your song. See Ricklis, 
Henry. 

LET'S play baseball. See Mitchell, 
Maurice B. 

LET'S play Gizmo. See Wyman, Jus- 
tus E. 

LET'S PRETEND. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Nila 
Mack. © Columbia broadcasting 
system, inc. 

Dec. 8, 1945. The Nuremburg stove. 

© lc lApr47; D unp. 8985. 
Apr. 5, 1947. Heavenly music. © 

lc 3Jun47; D unp. 9524. 
Apr. 12, 1947. The Princess on the 

glass mountain. © lc 3Jun47; 

D unp. 9523. 
Apr. 19, 1947. Ali Babi and the 

forty thieves. © 19Apr47; D pub. 

9333. 
Apr. 26, 1947. Sleeping Beauty. © 

26Apr47;D pub. 9334. 
May 3, 1947. How six traveled 

through the world. © 3May47; 

D pub. 9330. 
May 10, 194 7. The little mermaid. 

© 10May47; D pub. 9332. 
May 17, 1947. Babes in the wood. 

© 17May47; D pub. 9331. 

LET'S read a book. See Sachs, Hilda 
Dorothy. 

LET'S win the peace. See Boyd, James 
M. 

A LETTER from Harry. See Stein, 
Leon J. 

A LETTER from Mary's mother. See 
Benny, Jack. 

LEVENDE og d/4de. See Krog, Helge. 

LEVER BROTHERS COMPANY. See 
Aunt Jenny's real life stories. 
Call the police. 
Lux radio theatre. 

LEVESCONTE, HAROLD J. 
It s in the bag, a radio quiz program. 

© Harold J. LeVesconte, Glendale, 

Calif.; lc 7Apr47; C 1335. 
It's in the bag, the mystery quiz game. 

A radio quiz program. © Harold J. 

LeVesconte, Glendale, Calif.; lc 

lMay47; C 1402. 

LEVINE, HARRY. 
The golden calf, by Harry Levine and 
Robert P. Goldman. A farce-comedy 
in three acts. © Harry Levine and 
Robert P. Goldman, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
lc 16Apr47;D unp. 8781. 

LEVITT, HAROLD. 
The darkened ship, a one act play. © 
Harold Levitt, Flushing, N. Y.; lc 
2May47;D unp. 9099. 

LEVY, BERTRAM PAUL. 
D. O. A. (Dead on arrival) a play about 
murder and magic in three acts, by 
Burt Leighton [pseud. ] © Bertram 
Paul Levy, Oakland; lc 13May47; 
D unp. 9246. 



Lady Godiva had a horse, a comedy- 
drama in three acts by Bert Levy. 
© Bertram P. Levy, Oakland, Calif- 
lc 7Jun47;D unp. 10157. 

LEVY, HERBERT. 
Show goes tonight, an original musical 
comedy; book by Herbert Levy and 
Franklyn Neufeldt. In two acts. 
Text only. © Franklyn Neufeldt, 
and Herbert Levy, Brooklyn; lc 
20Jun47; D unp. 9624. 

LEWELLEN, JOHN B. See Quiz kids. 

LEWELLEN, JOHN BRYAN. 

The atomic bomb. Recording script. 
© John Bryan Lewellen, d.b.a., 
Lewellen's productions, Chicago- 
lc 27Feb47; C 1332. 

Meet your mind. Recording script. 
© John Bryan Lewellen, d.b.a., Lew- 
ellen's productions, Chicago; lc 
27Feb47; C 1331. 

The peacetime uses of atomic energy. 
Recording script. © John Bryan 
Lewellen, d.b.a., Lewellen's pro- 
ductions, Chicago; lc 27Feb47- 
C 1330. 

LEWELLEN'S PRODUCTIONS. See 
Lewellen, John Bryan. 

LEWERTH, MARGARET. 

Dark curtain. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

Jungle death. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

Legend in brocade. See The Colum- 
bia workshop, July 28, 1946. 

Uncle By's two wives. See Reader's 
digest— radio edition, no. 62. 

LEWIS, ARTHUR MAXWELL. 
No road back. See Maxwell, Lester. 
Virgin trail. See Maxwell, Lester. 

LEWIS, HERBERT. 
The atomic kiss. See Patterson, 
Herbert. 

LEWIS, JACK R. 
The tragic road to safety. A film script. 
© Commercial films, inc., Cleveland; 
lc 13May47; D unp. 9243. 

LEWIS, LEONARD. 
The Ghandjees. A play in three acts. 
© Leonard Lewis, New York; lc 
14Mar47; D unp. 8 749. New matter: 
revision. Prev. reg. Mother Opal 
Ghandjees, 280ct46; D unp. 5628. 
While heaven waits, a play in three 
acts. © Leonard Lewis, New York; 
lc 29May47; D unp. 10086. 

LEWIS, MILTON. 
Bedside manner. See Funt, Julian. 

LEWIS, MILTON, pseud. See Berges, 
Max L. 

LEWIS, PHILIP. 
The boy from the deep shade. Radio 

play. © Philip Lewis, New York; lc 

18Mar47; D unp. 8297. 
Cute trick. Radio play. © Philip Lewis, 

New York; lc 18Mar47; D unp. 8291. 
Down the high road. Radio play. © 

Philip Lewis, New York; lc 18Mar47; 



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D unp. 8300. 
The famous name. Radio play. © 

Philip Lewis, New York; lc 18Mar47- 

D unp. 8292. 
How to be perfectly happy. © Philip 

Lewis, New York; lc 18Mar47; D unp. 

8296. 
It takes imagination. Radio play. © 

Philip Lewis, New York; lc 18Mar47- 

D unp. 8298. 
The lamp in the window. Radio play. © 

Philip Lewis, New York; lc 18Mar47- 

D unp. 8302. 
The life for Chester. Radio play. © 

Philip Lewis, New York; lc 18Mar47- 

D unp. 8299. 
No one knew why. Radio play. © Philip 

Lewis, New York; lc 18Mar47; D unp 

8290. 
The proper speaking elephant. Radio 

play. © Philip Lewis, New York; 

lc 18Mar47; D unp. 8294. 
Three girls and three women. Radic 

play. © Philip Lewis, New York; lc 

18Mar47;D unp. 8293. 
The wisest man in this town. Radio 

play. © Philip Lewis, New York; 

lc 18Mar47; D unp. 8301. 
The wonderful work of Dr. Crock. Radio 

play. © Philip Lewis, New York; lc 

18Mar47;D unp. 8295. 

LEWIS, THERESE. 
Runaway, a play in three acts. Based 
on the G. B. Stern novel, The reason- 
able shores. © Therese Lewis, 
New York; lc 10May47; D unp. 9203. 



LIBBY'S stable. 
Stedman. 



See Woodward, Harry 



LIBERLES, JOSEPH. 
The eternal spirit, a drama about Jere- 
miah in Jeremiah's own words, with 
an introduction by Dr. William B. 
Furie. [New York, Bloch pub. co., 
1946] 45 p. 23cm. © Joseph Liberies, 
Lynn, Mass.; 24Dec46; D pub. 6860. 



LIBOTT, ROBERT. 

Time and again. See 



Burt, Frank. 



LIBRAIRE GALLIMARD. 
L'aigle a deux tetes. See Cocteau, 

Jean. 
Le juif errant. See Alexandre, Maxime. 
Le mailre de Santiago. See Monther- 

lant, Henry de. 
Les nuits de la colere. See Salacrou, 

Armand. 
Le petit pauvre (Francois d'Assise) 

See Copeau, Jacques. 
Regner apres sa mort. See Monther- 

lant, Henry de. La reine morte. 
La reine morte. See Montherlant, 

Henry de. 

LICENSED to steal. See Monroe, Ben- 
jamin Franklin. 

LICHTENBERG, LEO. 

Jake and Marmaduke. By Lee Berg 
[pseud.] and Gene Flanagan. Dramatic 
radio script. © Lee Berg, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y.; lc 5May47; D unp. 
9124. 

Jazz from J to Z. See Sherak, Marvin 
Bernard. 

Kingdom of jazz. See Zeifman, Jerry. 






( : \ T A L G OF C O P Y R I G II T ENTRIES 



LICHTENBERG, W1LHELM. 
Der kleine star; lustspiel in funf 
bildern von Wilhelm Lichtenberg 
und Bruno Engler. Keiss theater- 
verlag, a.g., Basel, Switzerland; lc 
19Dec46; D unp. 7021. 

LICHTY, JUSTIN. 

Adam and Eve, a negro musical comedy. 
In two acts. Text only. S Justin 
Lichty, New York; lc 21Mav47; D unp. 
9432. 

The Gatterunk of Putchykuss; or, I ding 
him in the gizzard with a hoot wot wot. 
For animated cartoon. Book and 
lyrice only. S Justin Lichty, New 
York; lc 25May47; D unp. 9469. 

The ghost writes, a musical comedy. 
Book and lyrics. In two acts, t 
Justin Lichty, New York; lc 7May47; 
D unp. 9135. 

The Quillibus of Dock-a-Rick; for an- 
imated cartoon. Book and lyrics only. 
© Justin Lichty, New York; lc 25May47; 
D unp. 9468. 

LIEBMAN, MAX. 
Cyrano. A poem by Max Liebman and 
Sid Caesar. -3 Max Liebman and Sid 
Caesar, New York; lc 17Apr47; 
C 1405. 

THE LIFE and good times of Joe Miller. 
See Sayers, Michael. 

THE LIFE and times of Eddie Cantor. 
See Cantor, Eddie. 

THE LIFE and times of Harriet Holt. 
See Gerson, Noel B. 



LIFE begins today. 
Boyd. 



See Linn, Martha 



LIFE CAN BE BEAUTIFUL. (Radio pro- 
gram) 
Episodes in this series are by Carl Bix- 

by and Don Becker. © Proctor & 

Gamble co., Cincinnati. 



2157. Dec. 11, 1946. 

D unp. 6841. 
2181. Jan. 14, 1947. 

D unp. 7412. 
2206. Feb. 18, 1947. 

D unp. 8016. 
2223. Mar. 13, 1947. 

D unp. 8490. 
2251. Apr. 22, 1947. 

D unp. 9163. 
2267'. May 14, 1947. 

D unp. 10066. 



© lc 9Jan47; 
© lc 29Jan47; 
© lc 9Mar47; 
lc 7Apr47; 
© lc 12May47; 
© lc 5Jun4 7; 



LIFE everlasting. See Ferguson, Wil- 
liam Irwin. Everlasting life. 

THE LIFE for Chester. See Lewis, 
Philip. 

LIFE is like that. See McConnaughy, 
Hettie Grange. 

THE LIFE of Franklin D. Roosevelt. 
See Smith, Don. 

THE LIFE OF RILEY. (Radio program) 
Programs in this series are by Irving 
Brecher. © Irving Brecher, Holly- 
wood. 



B-15. Dec. 14, 1946. © lc 13Jan47; 

D unp. 6890. 
B-16. Dec. 21, 1946. O lc 28Jan47; 

D unp. 7265. 
B-17. Dec. 28, 1946. © lc 13Jan47; 

D unp. 6886. 
B-18. Jan. 4, 1947. © lc 13Jan47; 

D unp. 6883. 
B-19. Jan. 11, 1947. © lc 19Jan47; 

D unp. 7026. 
B-20. Jan. 18, 1947. © lc 28Jan47; 

D unp. 7266. 
B-21. Jan. 25, 1947. © lc 30Jan47; 

D unp. 7335; lc 21Feb47; D unp. 

7680. 
B-23. Feb. 8, 1947. © lc 21Feb47; 

D unp. 7681. 
B-24, B-25. Feb. 15, 22, 1947. © 

lc each 3Mar47; D unp. 7865-66. 
B-26, B-27. Mar. 1, 8, 1947. © 

lc each 17Mar47; D unp. 8875- 

8876. 
B-28, B-29. Mar. 15, 22, 1947. © 

lc each 28Mar47; D unp. 8394- 

8395. 
B-30, B-31. Mar. 29, Apr. 5, 1947. 

© lc each 14Apr47; D unp. 8706- 

8 707. 
B-32. Apr. 12, 1947. © lc 21Apr47; 

D unp. 8861. 
B-33. Apr. 19, 1947. © lc 27Apr47; 

D unp. 8966. 
B-34. Apr. 26, 1947. © lc lMay47; 

D unp. 9053. ' 
B-35. May 3, 1947. © lc 12May47; 

D unp. 9237. 
B-36, B-37. May 10, 17, 1947. © 

lc each 26May47; D unp. 9396- 

9397. 
B-38. May 24, 1947. © lc ljun47; 

D unp. 10076. 
B-39. May 31, 1947. © lc 6Jun47; 

D unp. 10002. 
B-40. June 7, 1947. © lc 16Jun47; 

D unp. 1033 7. 
B-41. June 14, 1947. © lc 20Jun47; 

D unp. 10381. 

LIFELINE. See The eternal light, no. 113. 

LIFT up your gates. See Knipe, Robert 
Charles. 

LIGGETT, ARTHUR CORNELIUS. 
Liquor is tasteless; or, The trouble 
with liquor. Address. © Arthur 
Cornelius Liggett, Chicago; lc 
19Nov46; C 1195. 

LIGHT, HAROLD. 
Shylock cries for justice, a one-act 
play. © Harold Light and Paul Light, 
New York; lc lMay47; D unp. 9051. 

LIGHT, PAUL. 
Shylock cries for justice. See Light, 
Harold. 

THE LIGHT. See Elmore, Nellie L. 

LIGHT on the blood capillaries. See 
Corner, George W. 

LIGHTNER, ALICE. 
Jerry and Judy's musical journey, a song 
cycle for children. Music by Winifred 
G. Hoather, words by Alice Lightner. 
© Alice Lightner, New York; lc 
2 7May47-, D unp. 1207. 



LIGHTNING verdict. See Simon, 
Beatrice. 

THE LIGHTS dim. See Schaefer, Jack. 

THE LIGHTS of Christmas. See Sunde- 
lof-Asbrand, Karin. 

LIGHTS on. See March of science. 

LIGHTWEIGHT metals. See Jeffries, 

Zay. 

LA LIGNE de c6eur. See Puget, Claude 
Andre. Theatre, t. 3. 

LIKE father, like son. See King, Norman 
Varona. She who gets slapped. 

LIL Black Darky. See O'Callaghan, 
Madeleine B. 

LILACS for George. See Preston, David. 

LIMA, CHARLES A. DE. 
Her Mr. Baxter, a comedy in three acts. 
© Charles A. de Lima, Sainville, 
France; lc 20Jan47;D unp. 7016. 

LIMBO Lou. See Julin, Carl Frederic. 

LINDA'S date. See Sheetz, Barbara 
Alice. 

LINDLEY, ELIZABETH VALROSE. 
Easy exit, a thriller for women in 
one act, by Valrose Lindley. London, 
Deane; Boston, Baker international 
play bureau [1946] 17 p. 19cm. 
(The year book press series of plays, 
general editor, George W. Bishop) © 
Elizabeth Valrose Lindley, Louth, 
Lincolnshire, Eng.; 16Dec46; D pub. 
7216. 



LINDLEY, VALROSE. See Lindley, 
Elizabeth Valrose. 



LINDSTROM, LUCILE I. 
Violetta, a musical drama. Prologue 
and three acts. Text only. © Lucile 
I. Lindstrom, Hollywood; lc 13Dec46; 
D unp. 7317. 

THE LINE is fine. See Frank, Betty. 

LINEBACK, MARY MAXINE. 
The great commission. A play in one 
scene. © Mary Maxine Lineback, 
Kokomo, Ind.; lc l2May47; D unp. 
9458. 



LINEK, STEPHEN N. 
Katheryn Howard. See 
J. 



Kurlander, Regine 



LINN, MARTHA BOYD. 

Life begins today. Sample script of 
a radio program series. © Martha 
Boyd Linn, New York; lc 23Feb4 7; 
D unp. 7814. 

Your home correspondent; or, Home 
correspondent. Radio script. © 
Martha Boyd Linn, New York; lc 
17Feb47; D unp. 7640. 

LINOU, A., pseud. See Caillol, Pierrette. 

THE LION and the Mousie. See Reader's 
digest — radio edition, no. 64. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LION heart. See Ceiley, Leonard. 


THE LITTLE woman. See The Sheriff, 




no. 112. 


LIQUOR is tasteless. See Liggett, 




Arthur Cornelius. 


LITTLE women. See Vanguard films, 
inc. 


LISTEN my children. See Reich, Dore. 






LIVE and learn. See 


LISTEN to a story from the Bible. See 


Beck, Dorothy Jane. 


Epstein, Morris. 


Reynolds, Lillian Bilor. 


LISTEN to the lyrics. See Keyes, Paul 


LIVING cells in action. See Speidel 


William. 


Carl C. 


LISTEN to the tall wheat singing. See 


LLOYD, GERTRUDE. 


French, Florence Felten. 


Brothers under the skin, a comedy. 




26 leaves. © Gertrude Lloyd, New 


LISTENER'S digest. See Cranford, 


York; lc 14Mar47;D unp. 8345. 


Peter Gordon. 






LLOYD, ROBERT, pseud. See DiMam- 


LISTENING in. See The march of 


bro, Michael Joseph. 


science. 






LOCAL color. See Aldridge, James 


LITCHEN fair. See Corrie, Joe. 


William. 


A LITTLE angel refuses to sing. 


LOCHXNVAR the last little leaf. See 


See Broadhurst, Iva. 


Green, Carl P. 


THE LITTLE angel who refused to 


LOCKWOOD, MYNA. 


sing. See Broadhurst, Iva. A little 


Now and forever. See Phillips, Irving 


angel refuses to sing. 


Walter. 


LITTLE Black Sambo. See Wads- 


LOCO. See Eunson, Dale. 


worth, Mildred. D pub. 1210. 






LOEB, JACK BARTON. v 


THE LITTLE Boy of Nazareth. See 


Laff your troubles away, a radio pro- 


Fuller, Caroline. 


gram idea by Jack Barton Loeb and E. 




Alfred Turner. © Jack Barton Loeb, 


LITTLE Elmer's photo. See Hall, 


New York; lc 19Mar47; D unp. 8649. 


John Davidson. 






LOEWE, FREDERICK. 


THE LITTLE giants. See Wilding 


Brigadoon. See Lerner, Alan Jay. 


picture productions, inc. 






LOMASK, MILTON. 


LITTLE Gnawman. See Rockwell, 


Fell the angels, a play in three acts, 


George. 


by Milton Lomask and Whitford Kane. 



LITTLE Kitty and big politics. See 
Poplawski-Tenard, Julian. 

THE LITTLE man who wasn't there. 
See Hardy, Philip Iliffe. 

THE LITTLE mermaid. See Let's 
pretend, May 10, 1947. 

LITTLE Moses in de bullrushes. See 
Payne, Margaret Christina. 

THE LITTLE newcomer. See Morris, 
Evelyn Corriene. 

LITTLE Red Riding Hood. See 
Bergen, Edgar. 
Chorpenning, Mrs. Charlotte (Barrows). 

THE LITTLE red wagon. See O'Connor, 
Roderic Don. 

THE LITTLE redhead. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2195-1420. 

LITTLE Susan and the merry-go-round. 
See Arluck, Elliot. 

THE LITTLE things. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

THE LITTLE tune that ran away. See 
Bowen, Albert Vernon. 



© Milton Lomask and Whitford Kane, 
New York; lc 27Jan47; D unp. 7315. 

THE LONE RANGER. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Lone Ranger, inc., De- 
troit. 

2177-1402. Jan. 3, 1947. Belle Mar- 
low's revenge, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6730. 

2178-1403. Jan. 6, 1947. To catch a 
crook, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
29Dec46;D unp. 6731. 

2179-1404. Jan. 8, 1947. Test for a 
lawman, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
29Dec46; D unp. 6749. 

2180-1405. Jan. 10, 1947. From 
outer space, by Trendle-Striker. 
© lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6750. 

2180-1405. Jan. 10, 1947. Tough kid 
from Kansas City, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 8Jan47;D unp. 6828. 

2181-1406. Jan. 13, 1947. Law for 
Apache Bend, by Trendle-Striker. © 
lc 23Jan47;D unp. 7160. 

2183-1408. Jan. 17, 1947. The Butter- 
field stage, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
23Jan47;D unp. 7161. 

2184-1409. Jan. 20, 1947. The silver 
buUet, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
23Jan47; D unp. 7162. 

2185-1410. Jan. 22, 1947. Rays of the 
sun; episode four of Meteor sequence, 
by Trendle-Striker. © lc 23Jan47; 



D unp. 7288. 
2186-1411. Jan. 24, 1947. Spirit 
Valley, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
23Jan47;D unp. 7289. 
2187-1412. Jan. 27, 1947. My son 
comes home, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 19Jan47; D unp. 7039. 
2188-1413. Jan. 29, 1947. Tomahawk 
cut, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
19Jan47;D unp. 7040. 
2189-1414. Jan. 31, 1947. Stage line 
schemer, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
31Jan47;D unp. 7338. 
2190-1415. Feb. 3, 1947. Missouri 
landing, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
31Jan47;D unp. 7339. 
2191-1416. Feb 5, 1947. The last 
bullet, by Trendle -Merrill. © lc 
31Jan47;D unp. 7340. 
2192-1417. Feb. 7, 1947. Framed 
out of trouble, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 31Jan47;D unp. 7341. 
2193-1418. Feb. 10, 1947. Silas 
Turnbull's legacy, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 31Jan47; D unp. 7342. 
2194-1419. Feb. 12, 1947. Gunpowder's 
grave, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
31Jan47;D unp. 7347. 
2195-1420. Feb. 14, 1947. The little 
redhead, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 7507. 
2196-1421. Feb. 17, 1947. Mine of 
the silver bullets, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 9Feb47;D unp. 7477. 
2197-1422. Feb. 19, 1947. Thunder 
moves a stagecoach, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9Feb47;D unp. 7478. 
2198-1423. Feb. 21, 1947. Cases for 
Bald Valley, by Trendle-Striker. © 
lc 9Feb47;D unp. 7479. 
2199-1424. Feb. 24, 1947. Cane Creek 
strategy, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
14Feb47; D unp. 7619. 
2200-1425. Feb. 26, 1947. Pony rider, 
by Trendle-Striker. © lc 14Feb47; 
D unp. 7620. 
2201-1426. Feb. 28, 1947. Jack's 
horse, Blacky; by Trendle-Beattie. © 
lc 23Feb47; D unp. 7788. 
2202-1427. Mar. 3, 1947. Runaway 
railroad, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
23Feb47;D unp. 7787. 
2203-1428. Mar. 5, 1947. Tombstone 
Newton, by Trendle-Merrill. © lc 
27Feb47;D unp. 7794. 
2204-1429. Mar. 7, 1947. Back to the 
fold, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 
2 7Feb47;D unp. 7793. 
2205-1430. Mar. 10, 1947. A snake in 
skirts, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
2 7Feb47;D unp. 7792. 
22Q6-1431. Mar. 12, 1947. Valley 
passage, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
9Mar47;D unp. 8093. 
2207-1432. Mar. 14, 1947. Red clay 
and Doc Jenkins, by Trendle-Beattie. 
© lc 9Mar47; D unp. 8094. 
2208-1433. Mar. 17,1947. Long trail's 
end, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 9Mar47; 
D unp. 8095. 
2209-1434. Mar. 19, 1947. Thunder 
Martin's murder charge, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9Mar47;D unp. 8096. 
2210-1435. Mar. 21, 1947. The last 
run, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
9Mar47;D unp. 8097. 
2211-1436. Mar. 24, 1947. Chinaman's 
chance, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 
9Mar47;D unp. 8098. 



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2212-1437. Mar. 26, 1947. Reward 

notice, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 

14Mar4 7; D unp. 8340. 
2213-1438. Mar. 28, 1947. Boy and 

a dog, by Trendle-Beattie. lc 

14Mar47; D unp. 8341. 
2214-1439. Mar. 31, 1947. Railroad 

survey, by Trendle-Striker. lc 

20Mar4 7;D unp. 83 70. 
2215-1440. Apr. 2, 1947. Black Arab, 

by Trendle-Striker. lc 20Mar47; 

D unp. 8371. 
2216-1441. Apr. 4, 1947. Old Joe's 

niece, by Trendle-Striker. 8 lc 

20Mar47;D unp. 8372. 
2217-1442. Apr. 7, 1947. New start, 

by Trendle-Striker. 8 lc 20Mar47; 

D unp. 83 73. 
2218-1443. Apr. 9, 194 7. Law for 

Martin's Gap, by Trendle-Striker. 
lc 20Mar47;D unp. 8374. 
2219-1444. Apr. 11, 1947. Jason, 

called "Joe", by Trendle Striker, 
lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8923. 
2220-1445. Apr. 14, 1947. Banker 

Benson's wallet, by Trendle-Striker. 

© lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8924. 
2221-1446. Apr. 16, 1947. The railroad 

trestle, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 

25Apr47;D unp. 8925. 
2222-1447. Apr. 18, 1947. Pasture 

land, by Trendle-Thomas. © lc 

25Apr47; D unp. 8929. 
2223-1448. Apr. 21, 1947. Hawk's 

nest, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 

25Apr47; D unp. 8930. 
2224-1449. Apr. 23, 1947. Boys will 

be boys, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 

25Apr47; D unp. 8932. 
2225-1450. Apr. 25, 1947. Sunset 

gun, by Trendle-Goll. © lc 25Apr47; 

D unp. 8933. 
2226-1451. Apr. 28, 1947. The fifteenth 

cull, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 

25Apr47;D unp. 8931. 
2227-1452. Apr. 30, 1947. Mr. Gulliver, 

by Trendle-Merrill. 8 lc 2 7Apr4 7; 

D unp. 8975. 
2228-1453. May 2, 1947. A call for 

Colonel Miles, by Trendle -Goll. © lc 

2 7Apr4 7; D unp. 8976. 
2229-1454. May 5, 1947. Water hole 

clue, by Trendle-Striker. 8 lc 

27Apr47;D unp. 8977. 
2230-1455. May 7, 1947. When justice 

and duty meet, by Trendle-Beattie. © 

lc 27Apr47; D unp. 8978. 
2231-1456. May 9, 1947. The Colorado 

Kid, by Trendle-Goll. 9 lc 27Apr47; 

D unp. 8979. 
2232-1457. May 12, 1947. City of the 

dead, by Trendle-Striker. -3 lc 

2 7Apr4 7; D unp. 8980. 
2233-1458. May 14, 1947. Blotched 

brands, by Trendle-DeVries. 9 lc 

27Apr47; D unp. 8981. 
2234-1459. May 16, 1947. The bully, 

by Trendle-Striker. lc 27Apr47; 

D unp. 8982. 
2235-1460. May 19. 1947. Jail for 

sale, by Trendle-Goll. © lc 27Apr47; 

D unp. 10057. 
2236-1461. May 21, 1947. The wild 

horse, by Trendle-Merrill. © lc 

15May47; D unp. 9263. 

2237-1462. May 23, 1947. Change of 

Hart, by Trendle-Randon. © lc 

15May47; D unp. 9264. 
2238-1463. May 26, 1947. The hooded 

quartet, by Trendle-Striker. lc 

5Jun4 7; D unp. 10009 



2239-1464. May 28, 194 7. Tom's 

about face, by Trendle-Striker. '■ 

lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10010. 
2240-1465. May 30, 194 7. Phantom 

weapons, by Trendle-Randon. © 

lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10011. 
2241-1466. June 2, 194 7. The big 

chance, by Trendle-Randon. lc 

5Jun47; D unp. 10012. 
2242-1467. June 4, 1947. Rustlers' 

round-up, by Trendle-Striker. © 

lc 8Jun47; D unp. 10249. 
2243-1468. June 6, 1947. Indian chief, 

by Trendle-Striker. © lc 5Jun4 7; 

D unp. 10013. 
2244-1469. June 9, 194 7. Tom Morning 

star's return, by Trendle-McCarthy. 

© lc 8Jun4 7; D unp. 10250. 
2245-1470. June 11, 1947. Lawman's 

boy, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 

8Jun47; D unp. 10251. 
2246-1471. June 13, 1947. Grand 

Hotel, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 

5Jun47; D unp. 10014. 
2247-1472. June 16, 1947. Eastern 

claimant, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 

8Jun4 7; D unp. 10252. 
2248-1473. June 18, 1947. Moonlight 

ride, by Trendle-Striker. ©1 c 

15Jun47;D unp. 10350. 
2249-1474. June 20, 1947. New home, 

by Trendle-Striker. © lc 15Jun47; 

D unp. 10351. 
2250-1475. June 23, 1947. Adventure 

on the Mississippi, by Trendle-Beat- 
tie. © lc 8Jun47;D unp. 10253. 
2253-1478. June 30, 1947. The false 

legacy, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 

15Jun47;D unp. 10352. 

LONE RANGER, INC. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

LONELY, I GO. See Kedas, Peter. 

LONESOME levee, stories of a showboat. 
See Fletcher, Vida Lorraine. 

LONG, P. A. M. 
The wraith of wrath, a ghost story in 
two scenes. Boston, Baker's plays; 
[etc., 1947] 35 p. 19cm. (Baker's 
royalty plays) 8 Walter H. Baker 
CO., Boston; 28Mar47; D pub. 8516. 

LONG, WILLIAM J. 
Indian summer, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Book and lyrics by Wil- 
liam J. Long. Text only. © William 
J. Long, Columbus, O.; lc 24Feb47; 
D unp. 7709. 

THE LONG arm. See Bolton, Guy. 

A LONG life and a merry one. See 
Kodman, Howard. 

THE LONG mirror. See Priestley, 
John Boynton. 

LONG trail's end. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2208-1433. 

THE LONG way home. See Labrid, 
Colette Bernadette. 

LONGMANS, GREEN AND COMPANY, 
INC. 
Meet a body. See Hinton, Jane. 



She forgot to remember. See George, 
Charles. 

LONGO, EMMA. 
Come to the zoo. See Mann, Hannah. 

LONGSHOT. See Merling, Howard. 

LOOK at the map. See The march of 
science. 

LOOK into the future. See Bell, Helen 
Louise. 

LOOK into your crystal ball. See 
Weisberg, Barbara Jean. 

THE LOOKING glass room. See 
Boruff, John Perry. 

LOONEY, ROBERT EVERETT LAFA- 
YETTE. 

The key. Pedro's golden bird. A radio 
program. © Robert Everett Lafayette 
Looney, Buda, Tex. lc 12May4 7; D unp 
9200. 
The key. The man in the gray hat. Kadio 
script. © Robert Everett Lafayette 
Looney, Buda, Tex.; lc 10Apr47; D unp. 
8650. 

LOOS, ANITA. 
Happy birthday, a play. In two acts. < 
Anita Loos, New York; lc 15May47; 
D unp. 9429. 

LORA, ANTONIO. 
Launcelot and Elaine. See Royle, 
Josephine Fetter. 

LORCA, FED SRICO GARCIA. See Garcia 
Lorca,Feaerico. 

LORD, DANIEL A. 

The golden dower, a one-act play in 
three scenes. St. Louis, Queen's work 
[1946] 47 p. 19cm. © The Queen's 
work, inc., St. Louis; 20Dec46; D pub. 
7220. 

How the fairies came to Ireland, a one- 
act play. St. Louis, Queen's work 
[1946] 19 p. 19cm. © The Queen's 
work, inc., St. Louis; 31Dec46- D pub 
7219. 

Mary! Mary! A musical comedy in two 
acts, by Daniel A. Lord. St. Louis. 
The Queen's work [1947, cl946] 54 p. 
27cm. Music in a separate volume. © 
The Queen's work, inc., St. Louis; 
14Feb47; D pub. 1169. 

LORD, INC. 
David Haraing — counterspy. See David 

Harding— counterspy. (Radio program) 
Expose. Radio script. 8 Lord, inc., 

New York; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 8451. 
Gang busters. See Gang busters. (Radio 

program) 
Policewoman: Mary Sullivan— detective. 

See Policewoman: Mary Sullivan — de- 
tective. (Radio program) 
Treasury agent. Radio program. See 

Treasury agent (Radio program) 
Treasury agent. Radio script. 8 Lord, 

inc., New York; lc 3Jan47; D unp. 6786. 

THE LORD and Hawksaw Sadie. See 
Wilson, Elizabeth Lora. 

THE LORD is coming. See Augustine, 



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Victor Arthur. 

LORDS and masters. See Starbird, 
William. 

THE LORD'S prayer. See Gosden, 
Freeman. 

LORELEI. See Cross, John Carrington. 

LORENTZ, LOUISE MERROW. 
Secret recipe, a comedy play. 50 leaves. 
© Mrs. Louise Lorentz, Springfield, 
O.; lc 31May47; D unp. 10072. 

LORENZ PUBLISHING COMPANY. 
El diario de una madre. See Lehman, 
Valeria R. 

LORIMER, GRAEME. 
Works by Graeme Lorimer in collab- 
oration with Sarah Lorimer, written 
under the names of G. S. MacNamara 
and Brian O'Brien, are entered in 
this catalog under MacNamara, G.S., 
pseud., and O'Brien, Brian, pseud. 

LORIMER, SARAH. 
Works by Sarah Lorimer in collabora- 
tion with Graeme Lorimer, written 
under the names of G. S. MacNamara 
and Brian O'Brien, are entered in 
this catalog under MacNamara, G. S., 
pseud., and O'Brien, Brian, pseud. 

LORIS, Mme. CLAUDE. Freres d'armes. 
See Bloch, Andre. 

LORTZING, ALBERT. 
Czar and carpenter, comic opera in 
three acts; words and music by Al- 
bert Lortzing, English translation 
by Helmuth Wolfes. Text only. © 
Helmuth Wolfes, New York; lc 
23Apr47; D unp. 8895. 

LOSERS-WINNERS. See Spivack, 
Irving T. 

THE LOST day. See Kahn, Florence R. 

LOST face. See Eichelbaum, Samuel. 

THE LOST headline. See Topa, John 
Arthur. 

THE LOST hour. See Exploring the 
unknown, Feb. 23, 1947. 

LOST mitten. See Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 484. 

LOTAR, PETR. Weisse wolke. Wiener 
walzer. See Peroutka, Ferdinand. 

LOUYS, PIERRE, 1870-1925. 
Aphrodite. See Piatt, Louise. 

LOVE and crime in art. See Eble, 
Frank X. A. 

LOVE and learn. See Waughop, Ken- 
neth Richard. 

THE LOVE blow. See Kelm, Karlton. 

LOVE is a doctor. See Exploring the 
unknown, Feb. 16, 1947. 

LOVE is too young. See Saffron, Robert 



Morris. 

THE LOVE merry-go-round. See 
Sands, Alan. 

LOVE on a Greyhound bus. See 
Nachenberg, Chaya. 

LOVE on canvas. See Smith, Olive 
Viola. 

LOVE on the line, with Peggy and Paul. 
See Richards, Walter Auldon, jr. 

LOVE or immediate happiness. See 
Snyder, Phyllis Ann. 

LOVE Tommy —hate Tommy. See 
Gregory, Ethel Harris. 

LOVE without mustard. See Rothbard, 
Mollie. 

LOVELACE, JOHN HAYWOOD. 
Hotel Palatial; or, The House of Potts; 
or, Potts Palatial. Radio script. © 
John Haywood Lovelace, New York; 
lc 27Feb47;D unp. 8571. 

LOVELIGHT. See Maren, Lew. 

THE LOVERS. See Weiner, Ira Leslie. 

LOVERS and friends. See Smith, 
Dorothy Gladys. 

LOVERS are liars. See Van Raas, 
Ahda. 

LOVES' interlude. See Allen, Barbara. 

LOVE'S message. See_ Sage, Emma. 

LOW bridge. See Massey, Wilfred. 

LOW down murder. See Freedman, 
Hyman. 

LOWE, JOSEPH. 
The memoirs of "Casey" Pringle. 
Radio script. © Joseph Lowe, sole 
owner of The Lowe agency, Hollywood; 
lc 14Mar47; D unp. 8633. 

THE LOWE AGENCY. See Lowe, Joseph. 

L-O-W-E-L-L. See Kehoe, Vincent 
Jeffre-Roux. 

LOW-KEY, the whist'ling locomotive. 
See Hueston, Billy. 

LUBELL, BENNETT. 
Morning is a daily affair, a play in 
five parts. Parts 3, 4, and 5 only. © 
Bennett Lubell, Brooklyn; lc 24Jan47; 
D unp. 7153. 

LUBICZ, VICTOR. 
Adamo ed Eva, commedia in tre atti. 
Roma, Casa editrice clet [194 7 J. 3 7 p. 
24cm. © Victor Lubicz, Rome; 
lMar47;Dpub. 9498. 

LUCE, TED. 
Heaven help the angels, a revusical by 
Ted Luce, Grace Hartman and Paul 
Hartman. 64 1. Text only. © Ted 
Luce, Grace Hartman, Paul Hartman, 
New York; lc !May47; D unp. 9050. 



LUCIFER, at large. See Ford, Frank P. 

LUCKE, THOMAS. 

Tin Pan Alley Cinderella, a screen play 
in twenty -eight scenes, with words and 
music. Text only. © Thomas Lucke, 
New York; lc 15Nov46;D unp. 7553. 
New matter: revisions. Prev. reg. 
2Jul46, D unp. 4107. 

Tin Pan Alley Cinderella; musical 
screen play. Twenty-seven scenes. 
Text only. © Thomas Lucke, New 
York; lc 28May47; D unp. 10230. New 
matter: revisions. 

LUCKY letter time. See Lankton, Robert 
Earl. 

LUCKY little fellow. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

LUCKY lyrics. See Keyes, Paul WiUiam. 

LUCKY penny. See Smith, LeRoy A. 

LUFBURROW, JANET LOUISE. 
The affairs of Margaret. A play in 
three scenes. © Janet Louise Luf- 
burrow, Allentown, Pa.; lc 16Apr47; 
D unp. 8759. 

LULU'S little man. See Elliot, Rand. 

LUM, pseud. See Lauck, Chester. 

LUM and Abner. See Lauck, Chester. 

LUND, HELGA. 
Katie's daughter. See Hummert, 
Frank. 

LUNDY, JAY KEITH. 
Yankee legend. A radio script. © 
Jay Keith Lundy, Albrook Field, C. Z., 
Panama, lc 8May47; D unp. 9502. 

LUNE Rousse. " See Mouezy-Eon, Andre. 
Cinq pieces gaies. 

LUNN, NINA K. 
Adams and Eves. A group of ideas for 
a syndicated daily column aimed at 
better living. © Nina K. Lunn, Wash- 
ington; lc 6Feb47; C 1152. 

LUSK, CARROLL BROOKS. 
Mister Claude, a fantasy in one act. 
© Carroll Brooks Lusk, Austin, 
Tex.; lc 26Apr47; D unp. 8969. 

LUTE without echo. See Roberts, 
Gordon. 

LUTEN, FLORENCE MAY. 
Second season. Revised. A play in three 
acts. © Florence M. Luten, Forest 
Hills, N. Y.; lc 28Apr47; D unp. 9478. 
Prev. reg. 21Apr27;D unp. 79441. 

LUTHER Gable story. See The Adven- 
turers' club, Apr. 12, 1947. 

LUX RADIO THEATRE. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by J. Walter 
Thompson Co., © Lever brothers co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Dec. 2, 1946. Meet me in St. Louis. © 

lc 2Jan47;D unp. 7117. 
Dec. 9, 1946. Together again. © lc 



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2Jan47; D unp. 7118. 
Dec. 16, 1946. Killer Cates. <D lc 

2Jan47; D unp. 7120. 
Dec. 23, 1946. Do you love me. © 

lc 13Jan47; D unp. 7119. 
Dec. 30, 1946. [Crack-up] lc 

13Jan47; D unp. 7121. 
Jan. 6, 1947. [Till the end of time) 

© lc 14Jan47; D unp. 7404. 
Jan. 13, 1947. The green years. © 

lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7309. 
Jan. 20, 1947. Anna and the King of 

Siam. © lc 18Feb47; D unp. 7730. 
Jan. 27, ;947. Cluny Brown. © lc 

18Fel>.7; D unp. 7731. 
Feb. 3, 1947. National velvet. © 

lc 18Feb47; D unp. 7732. 
Feb. 17, 1947. Devotion. © lc 

7Mar47; D unp. 8061. 
Mar, 3, 1947. Somewhere in the 

night. © lc 19Mar47; D unp. 8549. 
Mar. 10, 1947. It's a wonderful life. 

© lc 19Mar47; D unp. 8550. 
Mar. 17, 1947. Leave her to heaven. 

© lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8810. 
Mar. 24, 1947. Smoky. © lc 

18Apr47; D unp. 8811. 
Mar. 31, 1947. How green was my 

valley. © lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8812. 
Apr. 7, 1947. Alexander's ragtime 

band. © lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8813. 
Apr. 21, 1947. My reputation. © lc 

2May47; D unp. 9195. 
Apr. 28, 1947. My darling Clemen- 
tine. © lc 9May47; D unp. 9350. 
May 5, 1947. The egg and I. © lc 

29May47; D unp. 10103. 
May 12, 1947. Johnny O'clock. © 

lc 29May47; D unp. 10102. 
May 19, 1947. It happened on Fifth 

Avenue. © lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10257. 
May 26, 1947. Vacation from mar- 
riage. © lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10255. 



LYDIA'S transformation. See Wagner, 
Lois Elizabeth. 



LYONS, L. KERMIT. See Calling all 
girls club. 



THE LYONS' den. See Broughton, W. 
Fred. 



M 



MA PERKINS. ^Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Orin 
Tovrov. © Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 



3506. Jan. 6, 1947. 

D unp. 6837. 
3528. Feb. 5, 1947. 

D unp. 7411. 
3550. Mar. 7, 1947 

D unp. 8018. 
3567. Apr. 1, 1947. 

D unp. 8488. 
3592. May 6, 1947. 

D unp. 9167. 
3612. June 3, 1947. 

D unp. 10067. 



© lc 9Jan47; 
© lc 29Jan47; 
© lc 9Mar47; 
© lc 7Apr47; 
© lc 12May47; 
© lc 5Jun47; 



MABRY, IRENE B. 
The bursting grave at the bottom of 
hell. Incidental music by Karl 
Kuhlman, dramatization by Irene B. 
Mabry. 10 leaves. © Irene B. 
Mabry, Chicago; lc 7May47; D unp. 
9115. 



McATEE, JOHN BENJAMIN. 
Drug clerk's lament. In verse. © 
John Benjamin McAtee, Mobile, 
Ala.; lc l3Feb47; C 1174. 

McBRIDE, WALTER THOMAS. 
The tragedy of King Edward, con- 
taining the deceit of his Queen and 
the treason of Hector. A play In 
three acts by C. Bartel Widmer 
[pseud. J © Walter Thomas Mc- 
Bride, Brooklyn; lc 6Mar47; D unp. 
7952. 

McCALL, MARIE. 
Putting out the moon. A play in three 
acts, and an epilogue. © M irie Mc- 
Call, New York; lc 19Apr47; D unp. 
8862. 

McCANN-ERiCKSON, INC. 
Dr. Christian, See Dr. Christian. 

(Radio program) 
Echoes of New York. See Echoes of 

New York. (Radio program) 
The Sheriff. See The Sheriff. (Radio 

program) 
The song prospector, episode no. 1. 

A radio script. © McCann-Erickson, 

inc., New York; lc 9May47; D unp. 

9170. 

McCarthy, clem. 

A day at the races. A recording 
script. © Joseph T. Petit, jr., New 
York; lc 22Mar47; C 1269. 

McCarthy, fred s. 

Reflections in your wine glass. Vig- 
nette: King for a day. A quarter 
hour dramamusicale for radio 
broadcast. © Abbott Kimball co., 
inc., Chicago; lc 15Mar47; D unp. 
8132. 

McCarthy, mary. 

On your way; original screen play by 
Mary McCarthy, original story by 
Karl Galbraith. © Amba produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood; lc 28Mar47; 
D unp. 8409. 

MCCARTHY, STEVE. See Trendle- 
McCarthy. 

McCLEERY, WILLIAM. 
Let me have air, a musical comedy 
libretto. In two acts. © WiUiam 
McCleery, New York; lc 12Jun47; 
D unp. 10282. 

McCONNAUGHY, HETTIE GRANGE. 
Life is like that. A play in one scene. 
© Hettie Grange McConnaughy, 
Pittsburgh; 17Feb47; D pub. 9152. 

McCONNOR, VINCENT. 
See The march of science. 

McCORD, VERA. 
Mrs. Protheroe, based on an original 
short story by Booth Tarkington, 
dramatized by Vera McCord. 38 
leaves. © Vera McCord, New York; 
lc lDec46; D unp. 6928. 

MacCOWAN, PHILIP. 

Come back to Hawaii, a play by Philip 
and Philippa MacCowan. In five 
scenes. © Susan Philippa MacCowan, 
Maple Plain, Minn.; lc 24Mar47; D 
pub. 8964. 

To Yellowstone we go, a play by 
Philip and Philippa MacCowan. Radio 
script. © Susan Philippa MacCowan, 
Maple Plain, Minn.; lc 24Mar47; 
D unp. 8963. 

MacCOWAN, SUSAN PHILIPPA. 

Come back to Hawaii. See MacCowan, 
Philip. 

To Yellowstone we go. See Mac- 
Cowan, Philip. 

THE McCOY. See Keith, Donald Cain. 
The Owl bus murder. 



McCRACKEN, JAMES. See The Cisco 
Kid. 



McCUE, Mrs. George. See McCue, 
Lillian Bueno. 



McCUE, LILLIAN BUENO. 
Goodbye, Miss Lizzie Borden; a sini- 
ster play in one act, by Lillian de la 
Torre. © Mrs. George McCue 
(Lillian de la Torre), Colorado 
Springs; lc 17Jan47; D unp. 7313. 

McCULLERS, CARSON (SMITH) 
The member of the wedding, a play 
by Carson McCullers and Greer 
Johnson; based on the novel, The 
member of the wedding, by Carson 
McCuUers. In two parts. © Carson 
McCullers, Nyack, N. Y., Greer 
Johnson, New York; lc 9May47; 
D unp. 9406. 



Mcculloch, samuel colin. 

The turning point. Film script. © 
Samuel Colin McCulloch, Memphis; 
lc 20Mar47; D unp. 8220. 

McCURDEY, CATHARINE MILLAR. 
WiU o' the wisp, by {Catherine MiUar. 
A play in three acts. © Catharine 
MiUar McCurdey, Alexandria, Va.; 
lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8696. 



MacDONALD, CHRISTEL RITTEN- 

HOUSE . 

Sororal outcast. A play in three 
scenes. © Christel Rittenhouse 
MacDonald, AUentown, Pa.; lc 
24Mar47; D unp. 8245. 

MacDONALD, ELIZABETH G. 
One too many. See Dawe, Robert S. 



MacDONALD, HAROLD ROBERTS. 
Radio charades; example of dramatic 
radio presentation of radio charades. 
© Harold Roberts MacDonald, 
Chicago; lc 28Aug46; D unp. 8809. 

Mcdowell, winjfred appley. 

Interference, a comedy in three acts. 
© Winifred Appley McDowell, Pel- 
ham Manor, N. Y.; lc lApr47; 
D unp. 8410. 



McFARLANE, ADELE F. 
Meet Corliss Archer; nos. 1 and 2. 
Radio scripts. © Adele F. McFar- 
lane, Chicago; lc each 24Apr47; 
D unp. 8916, 8917. 



MacGARLAND, M. See Garland, Mac 
M. 



McGARRY, JACK. 
A good neighbor. See Wilding picture 



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productions, inc. 



McGHEE, BERRY MACK. 
You must be crazy, don't you? A mu- 
sical stage play in one act and song. 
© Berry Mack McGhee, Detroit; 1c 
9Feb47; D unp. 3694. 



McGIVER, JOHN I. 
Shoot if you mustl A comedy in three 
acts. © John I. McGiver, New York; 
lc 23Apr47; D unp. 8890. 

McGOVERN story. See The Adven- 
turers' club, Jan. 11, 1947. 



McGOWAN, GERALDINE IONE. 
Save o save life. Radio program, 
no. 1. Your passport to safety — 
from fire, from fear. © Geral- 
dine lone McGowan, Oakland, 
Calif.; lc HApr47; C 1351. 

McGRANE, HENRY F. 
McGrane full denture procedure — 
laboratory phase. Lecture. © 
Henry F. McGrane, Laurel, Md.; 
lc 12Jun47; C 1472. 

McGRANE full denture procedure — 
laboratory phase. See McGrane, 
Henry F. 

McGRATTY, ARTHUR R. 
The captain leaves Laguna, a one- 
act play. St. Louis, Queen's work 
[1946] 24 p. 19cm. © Queen's 
work, inc., St. Louis; 31Dec46- 
D pub. 7667. 



MacGREGOR, JOCK. See Nick 
Carter, master detective. 

MacGREGOR, MAY. 
Ann Delafield speaking. An address. 
© May MacGregor, New York; lc 
8Jan47; C 1051. 



MACHINE pressing. See Yates, 
Peter Andrew. Instructions for 
manufacturing, tailoring alterations, 
etc., no. 5. 



MACHINE shop. See 
science. 



The march of 



MACHLIS, JOSEPH. 

Frederick Francois Chopin, his story 
and his music. Music master 
series, no. 5. Recording script. © 
Vox productions, inc., New York; lc 
HMay47; C 1456. 

Robert Alexander Schumann, his 
story and his music. Music master 
series, no. 6. A recording script. 
© Vox productions, inc., New York; 
lc HMay47; C 1458. 

MicINNERY's ghost. See Wester- 
kamp, Richard Franklin. 

McINTIRE, THOMAS J. 
Packaging and freezing of foods; ad- 
dress. © Thomas J. Mclntire, 
Escondido, Calif.; lc 23Mar47; 
C 1360. 

McINTYRE, JOHN THOMAS. 
St. Raphael, the angel; a comedy of 
high heaven and the earth below. In 
three acts. © John Thomas Mc- 
Intyre, Philadelphia; lc 17Jun47; 



D unp. 9596. 

MACK, NILA. See Let's pretend. 

MAC KAY, CONSTANCE D'ARCY. 
The gooseherd and the goblin. See 
Roy Is, Josephine Fetter. 

McKENDREE, MARION SPEED. 
Saved from the fate of her sister, 
a melodrama in four scenes. 
Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 194 7] 
19 p. 19cm. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston; 22Apr47; D pub. 8952. 

McKENNA, BOOTS. See McKenna, 
Edwin Henry. 

McKENNA, EDWIN HENRY. 
Beginner s luck, a musical comedy 
in two acts and twenty -two scenes; 
music by Bob Atwood; book and lyr- 
ics by Boots McKenna. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Ed- 
win Henry McKenna, New York; 
lc 18Mar47;D unp. 1179. 

McKEWEN, KAY. 
Fan club journal of the air. Radio 
script. © Kay McKewen, Brooklyn; 
lc 20Sep46; C 1031. 

McKINLEY, EDWIN. 
The egoist, a play in three acts. © 

Edwin McKinley, New York; lc 

2Apr47; D unp. 8432. 
Madeline marries, a comedy in three 

acts. © Edwin McKinley, New York; 

lc 24Jan47;D unp. 7314. 
Queen of beauty, a play in one act. © 

Edwin McKinley, New York; lc 

18May47;D unp. 9427. 

MacMAHON, DORITHY. 
Dingle dangles, a comedy -drama 
photoplay. 76 leaves of text and two 
songs. © Dorithy McMahon, Sparta, 
N. J.; lc 6Mar47; D unp. 1165. 

MacMILLAN, CATHERINE. 
California fiesta. See Smalley, Robert. 

MCMULLEN, JOSEPH CARL. 

Al Haddon and his lamp, a fantastic 
farce comedy in three acts, for six 
men— seven women, by J. C. Mc- 
Mullen and Vance Halloway [pseud.] 
Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 1947] 
79 p. diagr. 19cm. (Baker's royalty- 
plays) © Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston; 23Jan47; D pub. 7222. 

Backwoods Homeo. See Nash, John. 

This day and age. See Van Woeart, 
Alpheus. 

MacNAMAKA, G. S., pseud, of Sarah and 
Graeme Lorimer. 
Carefree. See Ritts, Paul. 

MacNAMARA, MARGARET. 
Elizabeth refuses, a miniature comedy 
from Jane Austen's Pride and preju- 
dice. Shaped to play in five -and -twenty 
minutes, on a stage lacking front cur- 
tain and scenery. 2d ed. (rev.) 1947. 
London, J. Williams, ltd.; Boston, 
Baker international play bureau [1947] 
cl926. 20 p. 22cm. (Acting edition, 
no. 29) © Joseph Williams, ltd., 



London; 16Jul4 7; D pub. 9 730. Prev. 
reg. 15Mar26; D 74771. 
I have five daughters, a morning-room 
comedy in three acts, made from 
Jane Austen's novel, Pride and preju- 
dice, by Margaret Macnamara. Rev. 
ed. Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 1947] 
94 p. 19cm. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Margaret Macnamara, London; 
21Jan47;D pub. 7225. New matter: 
new material added. Prev. reg. 
31Dec36; D pub. 47506. 

McNAMEE, EDWARD. 

J. Wellington Browne, a play in three 
acts. © Edward McNamee, Flushing, 
N. Y.; lc 18Jan47; D unp. 7028. 

The purity of Peggy, a play in four 
acts. © Edward McNamee, Flushing, 
N. Y.; lc 7Mar47;D unp. 7966. New 
matter: additional act and new dia- 
logue. Prev. reg. 21Nov46; D unp. 
6046. 

MacNAUGHTON, H. 
The secret of Crapo quality; continuity 
for sound slidefilm presented by 
Graybar electric company, inc., in 
co-operation with Indiana steel and 
wire company. © Graybar electric 
co., inc., New York: lc 28May47; 
C 1466. 

McNEILE, H. C. 
Sapper, source title. See Kedas, Peter. 
Lonely I go. 

McQueen, noel. 

Easter tidings. See Hark, Mildred. 
Jeff and Lucky. See Hark, Mildred. 
Music hath charms. See Hark, Mildred. 

McQUILLIN, EDNA JOSEPHINE. 
Buy roads to romance. Radio script. 
© Josephine McQuillin, New York; 
lc 17Jun47; C 1486. 

McQUILLIN, JOSEPHINE. See McQuillin, 
Edna Josephine. 

MAD about surrealism. See Gogol, Frank. 

THE MAD trapper. See Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 480. 

MADAME et ses terre-neuve. See Arlet, 
Robert. 

MADAME is served. See Crenzeback, 
Joe Edward. 

MADAME Louise. See Sylvaine, Vernon. 

MADDEN, CECIL CHARLES. 

Chatterbox, a comedy in three acts by 
Cecil Madden and George Beardmore. 
© Cecil Madden and George Beard- 
more, London; lc 26Nov46; D unp. 
6756. 

Jones, a comedy in three acts. Based 
on H. de Vere Stackpoole's story, The 
man who lost himself. © Cecil 
Charles Madden, London; lc 30Nov46; 
D unp. 6758. 

The Mayor. See Calderon de la Barca, 
Pedro. 

No tomorrow, a play freely adapted from 
"No me esperes manana", by Horacio 
Ruiz de la Fuente. In three acts. © 
Cecil Charles Madden, London; lc 






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18Mar4 7; D unp. 8605. 

Old Mrs. Learoyd, a modern tragedy 
of manners. A play in three acts. 
Cecil Charles Madden, London; 
lc 7Mar4 7; D unp. 8105. 

Slightly murdered; or, Jinx. A comedy 
in three acts, by Cecil Madden, 
freely based on El caso de la mujer 
asesinadita, by Miguel Mihura and 
Alvaro de la Iglesia. © Cecil Charles 
Madden, London; lc 18Jan4 7; D unp. 
7401. 

MADELINE marries. See McKinley, 
Edwin. 

THE MADHOUSE. See Gibson, William. 

MADONNA de la sedia. See Armstrong, 
Alta Florence. 

MADONNA of the chair. See Armstrong, 
Alta Florence. Madonna de la sedia. 

LA MADRE rivelatasi. See Rossi, Gio- 
vanni. 

MADSEN, THORALF. 
Clean your teeth and your tooth brush 
with powder. Lecture. 1 leaf. 8 
Thoralf Madsen, Everett, Wash.; lc 
7Apr4 7; C 1334. 

THE MAGDALENE. See Kocher, Ruth 
Laymon. 

THE MAGIC blue plate. See Herst, 
Gladys H. 

THE MAGIC box. See Herman, Milton 
A. 

THE MAGIC circle theatre. See Sebby, 
Sam Raymond. 

MAGIC for their majesties. See Porcher, 
Betsy Brown. Fanciful follies, part 1. 

THE MAGIC 7. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

THE MAGIC sphere. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

THE MAGIC tree. See Stevens, James. 

THE MAGICAL city. See Akins, Zoe, 
New York nocturne. 

MAGINNIS, MARY. See Maginnis, Mon- 
ica Mary, sister. 

MAGINNIS, MONICA MARY, sister. 
The field, a sociological play by Mar- 
garet Mantone, Ph. D. [pseud. J Screen 
play. 3 Sister Monica (Mary Maginnis) 
St. Martin, O.; lc 23Jun4 7; D unp. 
10388. New matter: revision. Prev. 
reg. 18Sep44;D unp. 90480. 

THE MAGNET. See Williams, Joyce 
Carol. 

THE MAGNIFICENT gourmet. See 
Schrank, Joseph. 

THE MAGNIFICENT Yankee. See 
Lavery, Emmet. 

MAHER, CLARENCE. 



Bab-bo, the baboon. See Hueston, 
Billy. 

Low-key, the whist'ling locomotive. 
See Hueston, Billy. 

Roscoe, the horse on the merry-go- 
round. See Hueston, Billy. 

Wally, the waltzing mouse. See 
Hueston, Billy. 

The Zuggie with a tuggie for a tail. 
See Hueston, Billy. 

MAHLER, PAUL I. 
Inconstant lady, a comedy drama, 
In three acts. © Paul I. Mahler, 
New York; lc 16Apr47; D unp. 8770. 

MAHON, JAMES. See Mahon, William 
James. 

MAHON, WILLIAM JAMES. 
The imaginary line, a mystical comedy 
[in, three acts ] by James Mahon. [To- 
ronto, J. Mahon J cl946. 56 leaves. 
28cm. © William James Mahon, 
Toronto; 2Dec46; D pub. 6811. 

MAHONEY, JAMES T. 
Stargazers. Radio script, Mar. 13, 
1947. © James T. Mahoney, Arling- 
ton, Mass.; lc 23Mar47; D unp. 8230. 

MAHOOD, HAZEL S. 
The fright of the shamrocks; one-act 
fantasy for St. Patrick's day. © Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux City, 
la.; lSep46; D pub. 9568. 

MAID to order. See Johnson, William. 

MAIER, GEORGE E. 
The true circle. Lecture. © George 
E. Maier, Los Angeles; lc 4Apr47; 
C 1311. 

MAIER, HOWARD. See The march of 
science. 

MAINE, VIRGINIA S. 
The heaven of each, a domestic play in 
three acts, by Virginia Maine and 
Beatrice Kalcheim. © Virginia 
Maine and Beatrice Kalcheim, Phil- 
adelphia; lc 9Feb47;D unp. 7549. 
Some of my best friends, a play in 
three acts, by Virginia Maine and 
Beatrice Kalcheim. © Beatrice 
B. Kalcheim and Virginia S. Maine, 
Philadelphia; lc 22Jun4 7;D unp. 
9632. 

LA MAISON de Bernarda. See Garcia 
Lorca, Federico. 

LE MAfTRE de Santiago. See Monther- 
lant, Henry de. 

LE MAfTRE du harem. See Josset, 
Andre. 

MAJOR Eddie. See Monett, Neg. Sky 
rovers. 

MAKE 'em your friends. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 

MAKE the shoes fit. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

MAKING Hubbard hardware. See Hop- 
kins, Kenneth B. 



THE MAKING of an ambassador. See 
Hodapp, William. 

THE MALE virgin. See Stockton, 
Charles. 

MALIVUK, RADE. 
Beat the rap, a radio broadcast. © 
Hade Malivuk, New York; lc 12Feb47; 
C 1171. 

MALKA Kuchleffel. See Sazzman, Sig- 
mund. 

MALK1N, NATHAN. 
The battle goes on; drama in three acts 
and eleven scenes. © Nathan Malkin, 
New York; lc 19Mar47; D unp. 8327. 

MALLE, CLYDE E. 
Close the door, Richard; a comedy 

dialogue by Eddie Malle. '--< Edward 

Malle, Philadelphia; lc 18Feb47; 

D unp. 8101. 
The girl friend. A comedy -dramatic 

dialogue by Eddie Malle. Six leaves. 

© Eddie Malle (Legal name: Clyde 

E. Malle), Philadelphia; lc 7Mar4 7; 

D unp. 7965. 

MALLE, EDWARD. See Malle, Clyde 
E. 

MALONEY, EDWARD. 
Banco. A radio program. © Edward 
Maloney, Calgary, Alta., Can.; lc 
7Jan47; C 1047. 

MALONEY, HELEN. 
The strange hobby, a play in three acts. 
© Helen Maloney, New York; lc 
21Jun47;D unp. 10390. 

MALOY, RICHARD. 
So small a worm. A play in three acts. 
© Richard Maloy, New York; lc 
9Jun47; D unp. 9560. 

MALTZ, MAXWELL. 
Unseen scar, a new play in three acts. 
© Dr. Maxwell Maltz, New York; lc 
7Jan47; D unp. 59 71. 

MAMA'S boy. See Decker, Delia West. 

MAMA'S little helper. See Braun, Wil- 
bur. 

MAN against the mountain. See Wood- 
man, Ruth. 

THE MAN in the gray hat. See Looney, 
Robert Everett Lafayette. The key. 

VtAN in the stands. See Spillman, San- 
ford. 

THE MAN in the Touro infirmary. See 
The eternal light, no. 121. 

A MAN named Brooks. See Bonney, 
Joseph. 

A MAN of his stamp. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 414. 

MAN of two minds. See Watt, Peter. 

THE MAN on a stick. See Ware, Leon. 



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THE MAN who conquered Devil's 
Island. See Reader's digest — 
radio edition, no. 5 7. 

THE MAN who could bring pictures 
to life. See The Columbia workshop, 
Nov. 16, 1946. 

THE MAN who cried in Congress. See 
Hartman, Paul. 

THE MAN who had done everything. 
See The Sheriff, no. 132. 

THE MAN who limped. See Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 463. 

THE MAN who lost himself. See Mad- 
den, Cecil Charles. Jones. 

THE MAN who no's nobody. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 

THE MAN who stepped aside. See 
Higley, Philo. 

THE MAN who stopped at nothing. See 
The Sheriff, no. 140. 

THE MAN who wanted to catch the sun. 
See Anspach, Marcel. 

THE MAN who wouldn't vote. See Dorrity, 
Edward G. 

THE MAN with green fingers. See Hughes, 
Russell S. 

MAN your stations! See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

MANADE, Mme. See Murren, Gina. 

MANAHAN, JAMES KEVIN. 
No wiser choice, a play in three acts. 
© James Kevin Manahan, Rochester, 
Minn.; lc 19Apr47;D unp. 8846. 

MANA-ZUCCA. See Cassel, Mana- 
Zucca. 

MANDELL, IRWIN. 
Bluebeard's sixth wife. See Rott, Jack. 

MANDELSTAM, ABRAHAM. 
Bonfire. See Elliot, Elaine. 

MANDY got 'em told. See Wilson, 
Lilly Mae. 

MANHATTAN malady. See Hirsch, Jerry 
Bruce. 

MANHATTAN rendezvous: 1947. See 
Spiezia, Anthony. 

THE MANIAC. See Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 483. 

MANN, ABBY, pseud. See Goodman, 
Abby. 

MANN, HANNAH. 
Come to the zoo, by Hannah Mann and 
Emma Longo, an original children's 
play. In one act. © Hannah Mann 
and Emma Longo, Brooklyn; lc lMar47; 
D pub. 8004. 

MANNA -HATIN. See Shore, Joseph N. 



MANNER of the word. See Kupfersmith, 
Jerome Robert. 

MAN'S ancient enemy. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

MAN'S greatest enemy. See Henderson, 
Jack Everett. 

MANSCHINGER, GRETE. 
Vacation; one-act play. © Mrs. Grete 
Manschinger, New York; lc 26May47; 
D unp. 9465. 

MANTLEY, JOHN TRUMAN. 
Too little glory, a melodrama in three 
acts. © John Truman Mantley, Pasa- 
dena, Calif.; lc 18May47; D unp. 
9578. 

MANTONE, MARGARET, pseud. See 
Maginnis, Monica Mary, sister. 

MANUEL. See Dr. Christian, no. 426. 

THE MANY embarrassments of Father 
Duggan. See Stefko, Adjoran. 

MANY happy returns. See Rieck, Mil- 
ton A. 

MANY moons. See 
Reader's digest — radio edition, no. 65. 
Stewart, Virginia Harden. 

MANY motives mystify. See Henninger, 
Catherine G. 

MARAN, CHARLES. 
Notarization — and the proposed reforms. 
Address. © Charles Maran, New York; 
lc 27Jan47; C 1103. 

THE MARBLE orchard. See Hannah, 
Dorothy. 

MARCELLE MAURETTE. See Maurette, 
Marcelle. 

THE MARCH OF SCIENC E. (Radio pro- 
gram) 
Scripts in this series are by various 

authors. © Columbia broadcasting 

system, inc., New York. 

All dressed up, by Irve Tunick. © lc 

12May47; D unp. 9207. 
Anchors aweigh, by Vincent McConnor. 

© lc 12May47; D unp. 9222. 
Blood the life -stream, by Vincent 

McConnor. © lc 12May47; D unp. 

9228. 
Ceiling zero, by Frank Ernest Hill. 

(No. 20) © lc 12May47; D unp. 9215. 
Chemical heroes, by Irve Tunick. © 

lc 12May47; D unp. 9229. 
A clean city, by Irve Tunick. © lc 

12May47; D unp. 9208. 
Fair and warmer, by Bob Ross. (No. 7) 

© lc 12May47;D unp. 9210. 
Fill 'er up! By Hans Christian Adam- 
son. © lc 12May47; D unp. 9212. 
Flying wings, by William Kendall 

Clarke. © lc 12May47; D unp. 9225. 
Hard as steel, by Stanley Silverman. 

(No. 10) © lc 12May47;D unp. 9211. 
Hold the phone ! By Sylvia Berger. 

(No. 15) © lc 12May47; D unp. 9217. 
Inside the camera, by Howard Maier. 

(No. 17) © lc 12May47; D unp. 9220. 



It s good for you, by Mortimer 

Frankel. © lc 12May47; D unp. 

922 7. 
Lights on, by Jeanne L. Meyer. 

(No. 23) © lc 12May47; D unp. 

9214. 
Listening in, by William Kendall 

Clarke. © lc 12May47; D unp. 

9218. 
Look at the map, by Irve Tunick. 

© lc 12May47; D unp. 9216. 
Machine shop, by Harry Granick. 

(No. 8) © lc 12May47; D unp. 

9213. 
Meet the atom, by Stanley Silver- 
man. (No. 15) © lc 12May47; 

D unp. 9226. 
On all cylinders, by Irve Tunick. 

© lc 12May47; D unp. 9219. 
Radar, by Mortimer Frankel. © 

lc 12May47; D unp. 9221. 
Rockets away, by Irve Tunick. © 

lc 12May47; D unp. 9230. 
Scalpel, please; by Charles S. Mon- 
roe. © lc 12May47; D unp. 9224. 
Unseen enemies, by Charles S. 

Monroe. (No. 24) © lc 12May47; 

D unp. 9223. 
What's the time? By Irve Tunick. 

© lc 12May47; D unp. 9209. 
What's the time? By Irve Tunick. 

Broadcast Nov. 6, 1946. © 

6Nov46; D pub. 7815. 

MARCIN, MAX. See Crime Doctor. 

MAREN, LEW. 
Lovelight, a new comedy in three 
acts. © Lew Maren, Van Nuys, 
Calif.; lc 25Jun47; D unp. 9651. 

MARFAN, MAGDALENA PETIT. 
Kimeraland, a rocket to the moon; 
satire in five acts and a prologue, 
by Magdalena Petit. © Magdalena 
Petit Marfan, Santiago, Chile; lc 
12Mar47;D unp. 8090. 

MARGARET Mason's letter box. See 
Mason, Margaret. 



MARIA Van Alstrum. 
Miriam Cooper. 



See Walsh, 



MARIANN. See Steinhardt, Rebecca. 

MARINUS Willett of Old Fort Plain. 
See Greene, Nelson. 

MARION, IRA. 
Beloved stronghold, a new play. In three 
acts. © Ira Marion, New York; lc 
26Mar47; D unp. 8265. 

MARION, KURT. 

Das andere ufer. See Bertuch, Max. 

Damit die baeume nicht in den himmel 
wachsen. See Bertuch, Max. 

Gerechtigkeit. See Bertuch, Max. 

Und wo bleibt da die liebe? Eine 
komoedie aus den zwanziger jahren 
nach Nach einem wahren tatbestand 
erzahlt. © Kurt Marion, Nice, France; 
lc 220ct46; D ur.p. 7205. 

THE MARIONETTE. See Fox, Paul. 
MARIQUITA. See Borg, Francois. 



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MARISCHKA, HUBERT. 
Die Straussbuben, singspiel in drei 
akten (11 bildern) von Hubert 
Marischka und Rudolf Weys; musik von 
Johann und Josef Strauss. Zum grosstetl 
nach unveroffentlichter nachlassmusik 
etngertchtet von Oscar Stalla. Text 
and music in separate volumes. © 
Hubert Marischka, Vienna; lc HDec46; 
D unp. 1157. New matter: words and 
musical adaptation. 

THE MARK of Buddha. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 432. 

THE MARK of Cain. See The eternal light, 
no. 109. 

THE MARK of Shiva. See Poister, John J. 

THE MARKED man. See The Sheriff, 
no. 130. 

MARKER, LEONARD K. 
The Peacock throne. See White, Frank 
R. 

MARKIM, ALFRED, pseud. See Mosko- 
witz, Alfred D. 

MARKO, ROBERT. 

Sweet content, a play in three acts. © 
Robert Marko, Hollywood; lc 29May4 7; 
D unp. 9493. 

MARK'S lucky '4'. See Padwe, Frank. 

MARKUNIS, BERNICE LESLY. 
Calling all instruments. A dramatiza- 
tion in one scene. © Bernice Lesly 
Markunis, Chicago; lc 2May47; D unp. 
9064. 

MARLOWE, CORINNE LEHMAN. 
None so bline; or, Warped minds. An 
original drama in three acts. 3 Corinne 
Lehman Marlowe, Detroit; lc 7Feb47; 
D unp. 7436. 



MARLOWE, ROBERT, pseud. 
Robert Austin. 



See Hayes, 



THE MARRIAGE clinic. See Romano, 
Michael A. 

MARRIAGE through mail. See Henry, 
Joseph. 

MARSHALL, HOWARD EDWARD. 
Six hundred times, a play in three acts. 
© Howard Edward Marshall, New Haven; 
lc 6Jun47; D unp. 10001. 

MARSHALL, MORTIMER. 
When in Rome, a musical comedy about 
ancient Rome based on plays by Platus. 
Book by Mort Marshall, music and 
lyrics by Al Selden. In two acts. 
Text only. © Mortimer Marshall and' 
Albert Selden, New York; lc 15Feb47; 
D unp. 8041. 

MARSH ALLEN, MARIA BAZZI. 
Headlines. See Trieste, Leopoldo. 

MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. 
Vandy and the Doodlebug, a comedy in 
one act. Chicago, Dramatic pub. co. 
[1947] 31 p. diagrs. 18cm. ©Dra- 
matic publishing co., Chicago; 



28Apr4 7; D pub. 932 7. 
Wildcat Willy and the bearded lady, a 
comedy in one act. Chicago, Dra- 
matic pub. co. [1947 J 30 p. diagrs. 
18cm. © Dramatic publishing co., 
Chicago; 28Apr47; D pub. 9328. 

MARTIN, DONNIS. 
Within the ivied walls, a play in three 
acts by Cynthia Douglas [pseud. J © 
Donnis Martin, El Dorado Springs, 
Mo.; lc 3Jun47; D unp. 9521. 

MARTIN, DOROTHY WINTHROP. 
A genius in the house, an original three 
act play in six scenes, by Dorothy 
Winthrop. © Dorothy Winthrop 
Martin, Sherman Oaks, Calif.; lc 
7Feb47;D unp. 7481. 

MARTIN, ELEANOR, pseud. See 
Zimmer, Eleanor. 

MARTIN, JOHNM. 

At the information desk; humorous 
reading by Rex Whitty [pseud.] © 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la.; lSep45; D pub. 9565. 

The speech judge's nightmare; hum- 
orous reading. © Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la.; lSep45; 
D pub. 9564. 

MARTIN, LENOIR RICHARDS. 
The seven gates of destiny, a musical 
fantasia by Lenoir Richards Martin, 
illustrated by Lenoir Richards Mar- 
tin; verses by Anna L. Richards; 
based upon the book entitled The wise 
old Mother Goose. Text only. © 
Lenoir Richards Martin, Anaheim, 
Calif.; lc 23Dec46; D unp. 7963. 

MARTINE, source title. See Fox, 
Helen M. A patch of shade. 

MARTINEZ SIERRA, GREGORIO. 
Time of snow, an idyll translated 
by Kathryn Sakoff from Gregorio 
Martinez Sierra's Pastoral. '$ 
Kathryn Sakoff, New York; lc 
18Jan4 7; D unp. 7399. 

MARVIN, JULIE. 

Joey the jeep. Recording script. © 
Julie Marvin and Irving E. Bizman, 
New York; lc 12Feb47; D unp. 7520. 

Party -time at your house. A radio 
program. © Julie Marvin and Irv- 
ing E. Bizman, New York; lc ljun47; 
D unp. 10020. 

Peaches O'Hara. Radio script. © 
Julie Marvin and Irving E. Bizman, 
New York; lc 8Jan47; D unp. 6846. 

The story of Jack and Jill. A dra- 
matic composition for radio. © 
Irving E. Bizman and Julie Marvin, 
New York; lc 26Mar4 7; D unp. 
8264. 

Tiny Harmonica at Carnegie Hall. Re- 
cording script. © Irving E. Bizman 
and Julie Marvin, New York; lc 
18Apr47;D unp. 8796. 

The victory of the vegetables. A re- 
cording script. © Irving E. Bizman 
and Julie Marvin, New York; lc 
17Mar47;D unp. 8127. 

MARY and Martha. See Ober, Robert. 



MARY goes to town —Jack goes berserk. 
See Boorum, Ralph Waldo. 

MARY! Maryl See Lord, Daniel A. 

MARY, Mother of Jesus. See Hughes, 
Annasue. 

MARYLOU. See Wallace, Edith Nancy. 

MARY'S fault. See Graham, Georgene 
Adelia. 

MASON, H. R. 
Test-o-grams, no. 1. Radio script. 
© H. R. Mason, Montgomery, Ala. 
lc 10Feb47; C 1146. 

MASON, MARGARET. 
Margaret Mason's letter box; or, The 
postman always blows twice for Mar- 
garet Mason's letterbox. Fifty-third 
broadcast, June 24, 1947. Margaret 
Mason, Memphis; lc 27Jun47; D unp. 
9663. 

MASONIC music in colonial America 
during the eighteenth century. See 
Buckenham, J. E. Burnett. 

MASQUERADE. See Baker, Elliott. 

MASSEY, WILFRED. 
Low bridge, a play in one act. London, 
Fox, ltd. [1946] 42 p. diagr. 20cm. 
© Wilfred Massey, Aylesbury, Bucks, 
Eng.; 31Dec46; D pub. 9545. 

MASSON, ANDRE. 
Les nuits de la colere. See Salacrou, 
Armand. 

MAST, JANE, pseud. See West, Mae. 

THE MASTER music makers. See 
Diack, John Michael. 

THE MASTER passion. See Terriss, 
Tom. 

MASTERS and minors. See Keen, Ed- 
ward Ellsworth. 

MATCH wits with the experts. See Berg, 
Nathan S. 

MATER, REUBEN R. 
Money in the well. Radio script. © 
Reuben R. Mater, Fort Dodge, la.; 
lc 12Jan47;D unp. 6876. 

MATESKY, RALPH. 
One dream, C.O.D. See Nethercott, 

Ruth. 
Poor Richard. See Hennessy, Edward. 

MATHEMATICAL theory of cell energy 
relativity towards cancer growth. See 
Saslaw , Otto. 

MATHEMATICS and the laws of nature. 
See Weyl, Hermann. 

MATILDA. See Avery, Ira Lewis. 

MATTER and mind. See Weldon, Nathaniel 
Warren. 

A MATTER of opinion. See Selden, 
Margaret. 



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A MATTER of taste. See Jacobson, 
Solomon Joseph. Original tales in rhyme, 
no. 2. 

MATTHEWS, ADELAIDE. 
Suzy, inc.; a comedy in three acts. © 
Adelaide Matthews, New York; lc 
9May47; D unp. 9156. 

MAUGHAM, WILLIAM SOMERSET. 1874- 
Of human bondage. See Cohen, Lester. 

MAUPASSANT, GUY DE. 
Boule de suif , source title. See Hoch- 

waelder, Fritz. Hotel du Commerce. 
L'heritage, source title. See Grenze- 

back, Joe Edward. Madame is served. 

MAUPREY, ANDRE, pseud. See Bloch, 
Andre. 

MAURER, ROBERT. 
The sounds of peace. See The Columbia 
workshop, Nov. 16, 1946. 

MAURETTE, MARCELLE. 
Eugenie, imperatrice; piece en 3 parties 
et 9 tableaux. © Maurette Marcelle 
(ps. de Becdelievre) Paris; lc 3Jun47; 
D unp. 10286. 

MAXSON, THELMA S. 
O little town of Bethlehem, a one -act 
play. © Thelma S. Maxson, Oak Park, 
111.; lc 3Mar47; D unp. 8020. 

MAXWELL, LESTER. 

No road back, a play in three acts. © 
Arthur Maxwell Lewis, Watford, Herts., 
Eng.; lc 5May47; D unp. 9110. 

Virgin trail, a photoplay. 323 leaves. 
© Arthur Maxwell Lewis, Watford, 
Herts., Eng.; lc 5May47;D unp. 9109. 

MAY, PAUL. 
Tantrums in Tokyo; or, You've never 
had it so good. A farce in three acts. 
© Paul May, San Francisco; lc 
9Jan47; D unp. 7043. 

MAY day. See Foojie and the magic 
harp. 

THE MAY day festival. See Williams, 
Betty. 

MAYE, M.PAUL. 
Freres d'armes. See Bloch, Andre. 

MAYER, DAVID. 
The Faggotys, an allegory of the inter- 
national scene, 1936 to the present. 
In three acts. © David Mayer, Easton, 
Pa.; lc 23Jun47;D unp. 9649. 

MAYER, PEGGY L. See Nick Carter, 
master detective. 

MAYHEW, LILIAN. 
Incident in Monmouth, an original sketch. 
13 leaves. © Lilian Mayhew, Red Bank, 
N. J.; 9Mar47; D unp. 7983. 

MAYNE, J. H. 
Background for leadership. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 



THE MAYOR. See 
Barca, Pedro. 



Calderon de la 



MAYS, MARY INDIAH. 
Queen of hearts; operetta fantasy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Mary 
Mays, original music by Helen 
D'Alleva, dance chorography by 
Lonnie Cothron. Text only. © 
Mary Indiah Mays, Detroit; lc 
2Apr47;D unp. 8431. 

MEADOWS, MARGUERITE, pseud. See 
Ackerman, Marguerite. 

MEARSON, KIT. 
A girl named Pat, a gay and genial 
farce comedy in three acts. New York, 
French; [etc.] cl94 7. 106 p. diagr. 
19cm. © Samuel French, New York; 
8Mar4 7;D pub. 83 76. 

MEBANE, JESSIE. 
Not yet, a tragi-comedy of the atomic age, 
in five acts. © Jessie Mebane, Gree- 
ley, Col.; lc 22Mar47; D unp. 8244. 

LE MEDECIN malgre lui. See Moliere, 
Jean Baptiste Poquelin. The doctor in 
spite of himself. 

EL MEDICO fingido. See Gonzalez 
Gonzalez, Jose Antonio. 

MEEHAN, JOHN. 
The story of Fred Robbins, P. R.; a 
script for a motion picture. © Cor- 
coran productions, inc., New York; 
lc 27Jan47;D~unp. 7170. 

MEEKER, CECILIA MORTON. 
The adventures of Gallahad O'Toole. 
Radio script. © Cecilia Morton Meeker, 
Chicago; lc 21Mar47; D unp. 8632. 

MEET a body. See Hinton, Jane. 

MEET Corliss Archer. See McFarlane, 
Adele F. 

MEET King Winter. See Wallace, Maude 
Orita. 

MEET me in St. Louis. See Lux radio 
theatre, Dec. 2, 1946. 

MEET the atom. See The march of science. 

MEET your mind. See Lewellen, John 
Bryan. 

MEHERHOFF (ARTHUR) AND COMPANY. 
Canadian ace beer. 30-second spot 
announcement. Audition script. © 
Arthur Meyerhoff & co., Chicago; 
lc 30Jan47; C 1115. 

MELARO, H. J. M. 
Vetaro beauty chain. 1 leaf. Address. 
© HJM Melaro, Oakmont, Pa.; lc 
31May47; C 1461. 

MELARO, ROSE E. 
The Melaro natural permanent. Lecture. 
© Rose E. Melaro, Oakmont, Pa.; lc 
17Apr47; C 1363. 



THE MELARO natural permanent. 
Melaro, Rose E. 



See 



MELCHER, MARGUERITE FELLOWS. 

Second answer, a play in three acts. 

© Marguerite Fellows Melcher, 



Montclair, N. J.; lc 26Feb47; D unp. 
7744. 

MELNICK, JACK. 
Two young. See Leopold, Teddy. 

MELODY minstrels. See Halpern, Bar- 
bara. 

MELODY parade. See Stern, Alan. 

MELODY parade library service. See 
Stern Alan. 

MELON, PIERRE. 
Sarpedon; operette en trois actes. 
Livret de Pierre Melon, Georges 
Berard et Pierre Calmon; lyrics de 
Georges Berard et Pierre Calmon; 
musique de Henry Wyn. Text only. © 
Joubert et cie, Paris; lc 23May47; 
D unp. 10116. 

THE MEMBER of the wedding. See 
McCuller, Carson (Smith) 

THE MEMOIRS of Casey Pringle. See 
Lowe, Joseph. 

MEMORIES of my life, source title. See 
Wolcott, Bernice Blair. Divine Sarah. 

MEMORY of the dead. See Murder at 
midnight, no. 52. 

THE MEN. See Hobbs, Bertram. 

MEN behind history. See Bodell, Wil- 
liam Edward. 

MENASCHE the peddler. See Sazzman, 
Sigmund. 

MENDICK, CHARLES. 
Mike Fink, a legend told as a play in 
three acts. © Charles Mendick, New 
York; lc llDec46; D unp. 6863. 

MENDREK, WILLIAM. 
Mother was a halfback. See Black, 
Walter. 

MENTAL hazard. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 43. 

MERAT, EDWARD K. 
Original script for a Jack Benny show, 
including a sketch entitled Murder is 
my business or my name ain't Benny. 
© Edward K. Merat, Washington; lc 
28Feb47;D unp. 7827. 

MERCATOR, source title. See Wilmurt, 
Arthur. Roman holiday. 

MERCHANDISE speedway. See Delaney, 
Alice Rogers. 

THE MERCHANT of Venice, source title. 
See Friedman, Peter. Shylock '47. 

MERCI, Sheherazade. See Supervielle, 
Jules. 

MEREDITH, CHARLES ALEXANDER. 
Grandfathers' holiday, a four act 
satiric play, by Charles Alexander 
Meredith and Rodney Richard Bartchy. 
© Charles Alexander Meredith Rose- 
land, N. J. and Kodney Richard Bartchy, 



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Morristown, N. J.; lc 20May4 7; D unp. 
9433. 

MEREDITH, WILLIAM. 

A date with Jack Brown. Radio script. 
S Crosley broadcasting Corp., Cin- 
cinnati; lc lMay47; C 1385. 

Pleasure cruise. Audition script. « 
Crosley broadcasting Corp., Cincin- 
nati; lc 6Feb47; C 1135. 

Sunny side revue. Radio script. 3 
Crosley broadcasting Corp., Cincin- 
nati; lc 30Apr47; C 1384. 

Sunnyside revue library service. Radio 
script no. 1. Crosley broadcasting 
Corp., Cincinnati; lc 30Apr47; C 1383. 

MERGER, not preferred. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 807. 

MERLING, HOWARD. 
Longshot, a play in two parts. © Howard 
Merling, Minneapolis; lc 21Jan47;D unp. 
7082. 

MERMAID. See Foojie and the magic 
harp. 

MERRILL, MILDRED. See Trendle- 
Merrill. 

MERRY go round. See Bushnell, Adelyn. 
Eight radio plays. 

THE MERRY mystic. See Baker, Edna 
Mae. 

THE MERRY sisters. See Weiner, Ira 
Leslie. 

LA MESA comedy no. 1. See Ehlers, 
Willard Arthur. 

MESSAGE for Margaret. See Parish, 
James. 

THE MESSIAH. See Kirk, Mabel L. 

METEOR sequence, episode four. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2185-1410. 

METHODIST CHURCH. General board 
of lay activities. 

Only the valiant. See Kestle, James 
Allen. 

METRONICS —a new branch of industrial 
engineering. See Fein, Mitchell. 



MEYER, JEANNE L. 
science. 



See The march of 



MEYERHOFF (ARTHUR) AND COMPANY. 
Canadian ace beer. 30-second spot 
announcement. Audition script. 8 
Arthur Meyerhoff & co., Chicago; lc 
30Jan47; C 1115. 

MEYERSON, SEYMOUR. 
A place like this, by Mark Sebastian 
[pseud.] A play in three acts. © Sey- 
mour Meyerson, New York; lc 25Jun4 7; 
D unp. 9653. 

MICHAEL Angelo. See Westel, Charles. 

MICHAEL Fielding story. See The Ad- 
venturers' club, May 10, 1947. 

MICHAELS, MARY HUMPHREY. For the 



throne; or, Until I find her. See Humphrey, 
William J. 

MICHAELSON, CARL I., pseud. See 
Sirkin, Arthur A. 

MICHEL, LEON. 
A time is to come. See Brink, Roscoe. 

THE MICHIGAN assassin. See Le Donne, 
Gerard David. 

MICHIGAN. STATE COLLEGE OF AGRI- 
CULTURE AND APPLIED SCIENCE. 
THE DIONYSIANS. 

Studio on the square. A play, scene 1, 
act I, scenes 2 and 3, act II. © Homer 
N. Opland, 194 7 president of the 
Dionysians of Michigan state college, 
East Lansing, Mich.; lc 23May47; 
D unp. 9599. 

MICKEY. See Del Ruth, Hampton. 

MIDDLEBROOK, DOUGLAS PERCIVAL. 

The affairs of Li'l Bit. A play in thir- 
teen scenes. © Douglas Percival 
Middlebrook, Evanston, 111.; lc 
19Apr47;D unp. 8878. 

The empress of the twentieth century, 
a monologue for an intensely alive 
young woman. © Douglas Percival 
Middlebrook, Evanston, 111.; lc 
21Feb47;D unp. 7699. 

Three plays about the Messiah, a trilogy 
in the manner of the ancient Greeks. 
59 leaves. © Douglas Percival Middle- 
brook, Port Richmond, N. Y.; lc 
16Jan47;D unp. 6994. 

MIDNIGHT. See Hymson, Shirley. 

MIDNIGHT on the Purple Mesa. See 
The Sheriff, no. 114. 

MIELE, ELIZABETH. 
The Club Marino, a play in three acts. 
© Elizabeth Miele, New York; lc 
13Jan47;D unp. 6871. 

MIHURA, MIGUEL. 
El caso de la mujer asesinadita, source 
title. See Madden, Cecil Charles. 
Slightly murdered. 

MIKE Fink. See Mendick, Charles. 

MIKE Fordney story. See The Adventur- 
ers' club, June 14, 1947. 

MILES, ISADORA. 
Point your toe, a musical play in seven 
scenes; book by Isadora Miles and Fay 
Williston, music by Wyneberry Boyd, 
lyrics by Fay Williston. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Isadora 
Miles, Fay Williston, W. Boyd, Wash- 
ington; lc 31Mar4 7; D unp. 1176. 

MILEY, VINCENT ARTHUR. 
Diamond flower.a play in three acts. 
© Vincent Arthur Miley, Los Angeles; 
lc 8Dec46; D unp. 6859. 
Her heart held me, a play in three acts. 
£> Vincent Arthur Miley, Los Angeles; 
lc 29Jan47;D unp. 7354. 

MILLAR, KATHERINE. See McCurdey, 
Catharine Millar. 



MILLAR, RONALD. 
Frieda, a new play in three acts. Lon- 
don, English theatre guild ltd. [1947J 
97 p. front., diagr. 19cm. (Guild 
library) © Ronald Millar, London; 
26Feb47; D pub. 8025. 

MILLER, ALBERT G. 
Mr. Donald Dog, a play with music. 
Play by Albert G. Miller, music and 
lyrics by Carley Mills. In two acts. 
Text only. © Albert G. Miller and 
Carley Mills, New York; lc 26Feb4 7; 
D unp. 8104. 

MILLER, ARLENE. 
Vicious sequel. See Allen, Aria. 

MILLER, ASHLEY. 
The key, a play about music, in three 
acts. © Ashley Miller, New York; 
lc 10Jun47;D unp. 9581. 

MILLER, BETTY. 
Polly Preston Cinderella. Spot commercial. 
© Bourke, Holland & Miller, inc., New 
York; lc 13May47; C 1410. 

MILLER, HERMAN A. 
The darkling plain, a drama in three 
acts. © Herman Miller, Los Angeles; 
lc 4Feb47;D unp. 7433. 

MILLER, JAMES P1NCKNEY. 
Privacy, a play in one act. © James P. 
Miller, New Haven, Conn.; lc 17Feb47; 
D unp. 8021. 
A trick of hearts, a play in one act. © 
James P. Miller, New Haven, lc 
HMar47; D unp. 8005. 

MILLER, JILL. 
The fireman, by Samuel Johnson; adapta- 
tion by Jill Miller. A play in three acts. 
© Jill Miller, Mahopac, N. Y.; lc 31Jan47; 
D unp. 7622. 

MILLER, JOHN WESLEY. 
I'll buy that dream. Radio script, i 

John W. Miller, San Francisco; lc 

3Feb47; D unp. 7445. 
The laughing god. Radio script. -3 John 

Wesley Miller, San Francisco; lc 

26Jan47; D unp. 7157. 
Murder set to music. Radio script. © 

John Wesley Miller, San Francisco; lc 

26Jan47; D unp. 7158. 

MILLER, MARILYN JEAN. 
The musical comedy kid, a musical com- 
edy. In two acts. Book, lyrics and music 
by Marilyn Miller Day [pseud.] Text 
only. © Marilyn Jean Miller, Bogota, 
N. J.; lc 22Mar47; D unp. 8248. 

MILLER (NAN) PRODUCTIONS. 
All in fun. See Opperman, Ruth E. 

MILLER, PHYLLIS. 
The other road. Play in three scenes. 
£ Phyllis Miller, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
19Mar47; D unp. 8174. 

MILLER, SIGMUND. 
The stirring blood, by Sigmund Miller 
and Halstead Welles. The cavalcade of 
America, broadcast Mar. 10, 194 7. 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and co., Wil- 
mington, Del.; lc 28May47; D unp. 9489. 



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MILLER, VIOLA E. 
A child shall lead them, a play in 
three scenes. © Viola E. Miller, 
Portland, Or.; lc 23Feb4 7; D unp. 
7835. 

MILLHOLLAND, CHARLES B. 
Chicago gal; book by Charles B. Mill- 
holland, based on a story by "Reb" 
Spikes. Lyrics by "Reb" Spikes; 
music by 'Reb" Spikes, Austin 
McCoy and John C. Spikes. Text only. 
© Charles B. Millholland and "Reb" 
Spikes, Hollywood; lc HApr47; D unp. 
8675. 

MILLIKEN, ALMA DODWORTH. 
The Peacock throne. See White, Frank 
R. 

MILLIONAIRES' alley. See Ridgway, 
Agnes I. 

MILLMAN, DAVID. 

The romance of Robert and Clara Schu- 
mann. A play in three acts. © David 
Millman, New York; lc 6Mar47; D unp. 
7964. 

Speak the speech I pray you, a comedy 
in three acts. © David Millman, New 
York; lc 30Nov46; D unp. 6810. New 
matter: revision. Prev. reg. Mr. 
King's English, 30Jan43, D unp. 83162 
and The immortal Mr. King, 7Mar46, 
D unp. 946. 

Sun of freedom, a play in two acts. © 
David Millman, New York; lc 13Feb47; 
D unp. 7578. New matter: revision. 
Prev. reg. 14Feb40, D unp. 68466. 

MILLOY, VIDA SANDERSON. 
The whirlpool, a three-act play, by 
Vida Sanderson. © Vida Sanderson 
(Milloy) New York; lc 31Jan47; 
D unp. 7821. 

MILLS, CARLEY. 
Mr. Donald Dog. See Miller, Albert 
G. 

MILNER, LUCILLE B. 
The strange case of Mr. Macgregor, 
a courtroom drama in two acts. © 
Lucille B. Milner, New York; lc 
5Nov46; D unp. 7166. New matter: 
revision. Prev. reg. 3Apr46, D unp. 
932 and 40ct46, D unp. 3314. 

MILROY, LEONA 
The parents' club buys a play. A play 
in one scene. © Leona Milroy, Chi- 
cago; lc 24Jan47; D unp. 7151. 

MILSTEAD, WALLACE L. 
A ribbon for Nogah, a play in two 
acts. © Wallace L. Milstead, New 
York; lc 9Feb47;D unp. 7514. 

MILTON, PAUL. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

THE MILTON BERLE SHOW. (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Nat Hiken. 
© Nat Hiken, New York. 

[1] Mar. 11, 1947. © lc UApr47; 

D unp. 8684. 
[2] Mar. 18, 1947. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9341. 



[3] Mar. 25, 1947. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9343. 
[4. J Apr. 1, 1947. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9342. 
[5.] Apr. 8, 1947. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9336. 
[6.] Apr. 15, 1947. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9335. 
[7.] Apr. 22, 1947. © lc 21May47; 

D unp. 9337. 

MINCE pie. See That's Finnegan, no. 
36. 

MIND over murder. See The Sheriff, 
no. 123. 

MINDEL, JOSEPH. See 
The eternal light. 
Exploring the unknown. 

MIND-SET. See Young, Merle Bouton. 

MINE of the silver bullets. See_ The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2196-1421. 

MINI -MARKET. See Buermann, Howard 
Rudolph. 

MINOR opinions. See Bobrov, Pauline. 

MINTON, ROBERT WILLIAM. 
Buffalo Bill, a fifteen minute radio 
play for a proposed afternoon juvenile 
serial. © Robert William Minton, Esq., 
Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 10Jan47; D unp. 
7783. 

MINUTE men and maids of Mackinac. 
The atomic schoolroom. See Moral 
re-armament, inc. 

MIRACLE for Edward. See Dinner, 
William. 

A MIRACLE for Mrs. Smith. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 

MIRACLE in the mountains. See 
Molnar, Ferenc. 

THE MIRACLE of you. See Exploring 
the unknown, Dec. 15, 1946. 

THE MIRACLE ring. See Haag, Harriet 
Mae. 

MIRELL, ISABEL, pseud. See Donald, 
Isabel Miller. 

MIRROR on the wall. See Tomlinson, 
Diane Elizabeth. 

MISCHIEVOUS Pattie. See Frederickson, 
Catherine H. 

THE MISFIT. See Olitsky, Jules. 

MISS Julia. See Faber, Max. 

THE MISSING bottle. See The Sheriff, 
no. 131. 

THE MISSING sapphire. See Cooke, 
Philip St. George. 

MISSION for Henry. See Gondell, 
Harry. 

MISSOURI landing. See The Lone 



Ranger, no. 2190-1415. 

MR. America meet Miss Russia. See 
Davis, Everly Mahin. 

MR. and MRS., morning program. See 
Moss and Ronice, Radio enterprises. 

MR. Bell's creation. See Richards, 
Stanley . 

MR. Bitzel, the world's greatest acro- 
bat. See Byrne, John J. 

MR. Blackwell. See Leondar, Barbara. 

MR. Bobby Clark. See Harvey, Ray. 

MR. Butterfly. See Weiss, Lucy. 

MISTER Claude. See Lusk, Carroll Brooks. 

MR. Donald Dog. See. Miller, Albert G. 

MR. Gulliver. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2227-1452. 

MISTER inside out. See Goodman, Abby. 

MR. Percival. See Whalen, Geoffrey L. 
It happened in Anscord Mills. 

MR. Pullman's palace car. See 
Peters, Paul. 

MR. Seagram's wife. See Densen, 
Beatrice. 

MR. Smith is Santa Claus. See Sebby, 
Sam Raymond. The Magic circle 
theatre, Dec. 22, 1946. 

MR. Unknown. See Leader, Anton M. 

MR. X. See Todd, Eathel M. 

MRS. Abraham Lincoln. See Case, 
Lewis. 

MRS. Binnaby's angel. See Jonas, Ann 
Hubert. 

MRS. Casey's boarding house. See Jay, 
Verne. 

MRS. Farmer, case history of. See Out 
of the dark. 

MISTRESS of chance. See Albyn, Gene- 
vieve Nicetas. Her three selves. 

MRS. Oppenheimer — comparison shopper. 
See Oppenheimer, Jeanne Helen. 

MRS. Protheroe. See McCord, Vera. 

MRS. "Stonewall" Doc. See Hogan, 
James Aloysius. 

MRS. Williamson came home. See 
The Sheriff, no. 141. 

MITA e Golu'. See Rognoni, Angelo. 

MITCHELL, EUGENE WOODROW. 
Escapade, a three act comedy operetta. 
Text only. © Eugene Woodrow Mit- 
chell, Bethlehem, Pa.; lc HFeb47; 
D unp. 7590. 



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Sorority, a comedy in three acts by 
Gene Mitchell. P Eugene Woodrow 
Mitchell, Hellertown, Pa.; lc 27Jun47; 
D unp. 9656. 

MITCHELL, GENE. See Mitchell, Eugene 
Woodrow. 

MITCHELL, JOHN W. 
A trip to the stars. A radio script broad- 
cast Mar. 4, 1947. © John W. Mitchell, 
New York; lc 13Mar47; D unp. 8084. 

MITCHELL, MAURICE B. 
Let's play baseball; or, Baseball quiz. 
A radio script. J Maurice B. Mit- 
chell, Washington; lc 20Jun47; D unp. 
962 7. 

MITCHELL, THEODORE G. 
Hestia, a musical comedy in three acts. 
Chicago, Dearborn pub. co. [1947] 
252 p. 19cm. Text only. © Theodore 
G. Mitchell, Chicago; 2Jun4 7; D pub. 
9525. 

MITCHELL, VIRGINIA. 
The girl who looks like me, a comedy 
in three acts, New York, French; [etc.] 
cl947. 98 p. diagrs. 19cm. © Samuel 
French, New York; 17Jan4 7; D pub. 
8318. 

MOASE, GEORGE HEWITT. 
Genesis, A play in two acts. In verse. 
© George Hewitt Moase, Forest Hills, 
N. Y.; lc 9May47; D unp. 9160. 

MOCK, JOHN EDMONDS. 
The shorn Lambs, a play in three acts. 
© John Edmonds Mock, Hollywood; lc 
10Jan4 7; D unp. 6884. 

A MODERN Christmas carol. See Gross, 
Marie. 

MODERN conveniences. See Hughes, 
David Colson. 

THE MODERN Macabees. See Kasten, 
Elihu. 

THE MODERN prodigal. See Winters, 
Marilyn May. 

MODERN zombies. See Olcott, Martha 
Louise. 

MOISE, RIDGELY. 
Steady work, A series of six lectures. © 
Ridgely Moise, New Orleans; lc each 
15Feb47. 

1. The permanent problem. C 1242. 

2. The evolution of capitalism. C1243. 

3. Money. C 1244. 

4. The cause of depressions. C 1245. 

5. The cause of recovery. C 1247. 

6. The remedy. C 1246. 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 
The doctor in spite of himself (Le 
medecin malgre lui). Modern transla- 
tion by Vin Kehoe. A play in three 
acts. © Vincent Roux Kehoe, New 
York; lc 5Apr47; D unp. 8485. 



MOLL Flanders. 
M. 



See Carhartt, James 



MOLLISON, A. P., pseud. See Pincus, 
Abraham. 

MOLNAR, FERENC. 
Miracle in the mountains, a play in four 
acts; translated and rewritten from the 
same author's Hungarian play, Csoda 
a hegyek kozt. © Ferenc Molnar, New 
York; lc 4Jan47; D unp. 6978. Prev. 
reg. Csoda a hegyek kozt, 20Jun33, D 
23442. 

MOM'S rest home. See Lamb, Patricia 
Bonar. 

MONA, in a tropical garden. See Singer, 
Jacob. 

MONCONDUIT, ANDRE. 
La maison de Bernarda. See Garcia 
Lorca, Federico. 

A MONETARY theory of macroeconomics. 
See Sutton, Joseph Henry. 

MONETT, NEG. 
Sky rovers; or, Major Eddie, an exciting 
children's dramatic authology. Radio 
audition script. © Robert H. Redfield, 
inc., Chicago; lc 28Mar47; D unp. 9030. 

MONEY. See Moise, Ridgely. Steady 
work, no. 3. 

MONEY in the well. See Mater, Reuben 
R. 

MONICA, sister. See Maginnis, Monica 
Mary, sister. 

MONROE (BENJAMIN F.) ENTERPRISES. 
Licensed to steal; or, Banish all care. 
See Monroe, Benjamin Franklin. 

MONROE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. 
Licensed to steal; or, Banish all care. 
A motion picture story in an hour and 
some thirty -odd minutes of musical 
merriment. Text only. ©Ben F.Mon- 
roe enterprises, Los Angeles; lc 
5Nov46; D unp. 7005. 

MONROE, CHARLES S. See The march 
of science. 

MONTALVO, AMANDA. 
El infierno en la tierra, drama en dos 
actos. © Amanda Montalvo, New York; 
lc 20Mar47;D unp. 8211. 

MONTEFALCO, ALBERT. 
Kids are funny. A radio broadcast. © 
Albert Montefalco, Shelton, Conn.; lc 
6Jan47; C 1061. 

MONTEZUMA. See Whitney, Charles O. 

MONTGOMERY, AGNES HOWELL. 
In a picture frame. A pageant of twelve 
pictures. Boston [etc. ] Baker's plays 
[1947)40 p. 19cm. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © Walter N. Baker co., 
Boston; 18Apr47;D pub. 3835. 

MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE, 1893- 
Le maftre de Santiago; trois actes. 

[Paris] Gallimard [1947] 159, [l]p. 

plate 19cm. © Librairie Gallimard, 

Paris; lApr47; D pub. 10319. 
La reine morte, drama en trois actes. 



Texte corrlge par l'auteur avec les 
coupures possibles pour la repre- 
sentation; suivi de Regner apres 
sa mort, drame de Luis Velez de 
Guevara [traduit par Charles 
Habeneck. Paris] Gallimard [1947] 
251, [l]p. 19cm. ©Librairie 
Gallimard, Paris; lFeb47;D pub. 
10324. 

MONUMENTAL towers, the story of 
Brooklyn bridge. See Mutch, Verna 
Eugenia. 

MOODY", RALPH ROY. 

Bonus; original 30 minute fun quiz. 
Radio script. © Ralph Roy Moody, Holly- 
wood, Calif.; lc 4Apr47; C 1308. 

Post office, an original 30 minute radio 
fun program. 9 Ralph Roy Moody 
North Hollywood, Calif.; lc 23May47- 
C 1438. 

THE MOON makes three. See Harris, 
James Aurand. 

MOONFACE. See Karren, Henny. 

MOONLIGHT emperor. See Glass, 
Everett. 

MOONLIGHT is for murder. See Inner 
Sanctum. 

MOONLIGHT ride. See The Lone Ranger 
no. 2248-1473. 

MOORE, FRANK. See The great Gilder- 
sleeve. 

MOORE, MARION. 
Beat your gums, outline and sketches for 
a musical revue based on radio talent, 
by Marion Moore and Bob Post. Text' 
only. © Marion Moore and Bob Post, 
New York; lc lFeb47; D unp. 7437. 

MOORE, NANCY. 
Star light, star bright; a comedy in 
three acts. New York, French; [etc.] 
C1947. 87 p. diagr. 19cm. ©Samuel 
French, New York; 2Jan4 7; D pub. 6848. 

MOORE, SAM. See The great Gildersleeve. 

MORAL RE-ARMAMENT, INC. 
The atomic schoolroom, a play in three 
acts written and produced out of our 
own experience, by the Minute men 
and maids of Mackinac. © Moral re- 
armament, inc., Washington; lc 
22Jan4 7;D unp. 7023. 
Ideas have legs. See Austin, Henry W. 

MORDO, RENATO. 
Pfeffer und salz, musikalische komodie 
in drei akten von Renato Mordo; musik 
von Walter Pfeffer und Peter Morton. 
Text only. 5 Theaterverlag Reiss, a.g., 
Basel, Switzerland; lc 18Feb47; D unp. 
7736. 

MOREY, ETIENNE. 
La traitresse, piece en quatre actes 
par Steve Passeur [pseud. ] © Steve 
Passeur, Paris; lc 22Jan47;D unp. 
7425. 

MORGAN, JANE. 
The other wise man, a drama for radio 



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adapted by Jane Morgan from The 
story of the other wise man, by 
Henry Van Dyke. © Jane Morgan, 
So. Duxbury, Mass.; lc 20Jan47; 
D imp. 7169. 

MORHOUSE, L. JUDSON. 
The pick-a-hit program. Address. © 
t j. Judson Morhouse, Ticonderoga, 
N. Y.; lc 18Mar47; C 1256. 

MORITZ, ALBERT OSBOURNE. 
Slice it thin, a comedy in three acts 
by Al Moritz and Ed Heghinian. 
New York, French; [etc.]cl946. 
67 p. diagr. 19cm. (French's 
standard library edition) © Samuel 
French, New York; 23Aug46; D pub. 
8324. Prev. reg. Slice the ham 
thin, 10Feb43;D unp. 83479. 

THE MORNING boys. See Schmock, 
Millard M. The chivaree. 



MORNING is a daily affair. 
Bennett. 



See Lubell, 



THE MORNING reminder and pep up. See 
Green, George. 

MORRIS, ALDYTH VERNON. 
Kalakaua, rex. See Morris, Raymond 
Llewllyn. 

MORRIS, EVELYN CORRIENE. 

The little newcomer, a play in three 
acts. © Evelyn Corriene Morris, 
New York; lc 31Dec46; D imp. 6719. 

MORRIS, JOHN LAWRENCE. 
The printer's devil, an entirely original 
dramatic composition with a New 
England folklore background, in three 
acts. © John Lawrence Morris, 
Brooklyn; lc 16Apr47;D unp. 8763. 

MORRIS, PAUL. 
The harmoneers. Radio script. © 
Radio package features, New Orleans; 
lc 21Dec46; C 1097. 
My love song, a radio play. © Radio 
package features, New Orleans; lc 
21Dec46;D unp. 7178. 

MORRIS, RAYMOND LLEWLLYN. 
Kalakaus, rex; a comedy in three acts 
by Ray and Aldyth Morris. © Raymond 
L. and Aldyth Morris, Honolulu; lc 
21Jun47; D unp. 9640. 

MORRIS B. SACHS AMATEUR HOUR. 
(Radio program) 
Programs in this series are by 
Elizabeth Burke Baumgartner. © Morris 
B. Sachs, inc., Chicago. 

640. Dec. 22, 1946. © lc 26Dec46; 
D unp. 6714. 

641. Dec. 29, 1946. © lc 2Jan47; 
D unp. 6783. 

642. Jan. 5, 1947. © lc 8Jan47;Dunp. 
6852. 

643. Jan. 12, 1947. © lc 14Jan47; 
D unp. 6917. 

644. Jan. 19, 1947. © lc 22Jan47; 
D unp. 7156. 

645. Jan. 26, 1947. © lc 29Jan47; 
D unp. 7333. 

646. Feb. 2, 1947. © lc 6Feb47; 
D unp. 7420. 



647. Feb. 9, 1947. 
D unp. 7581. 

648. Feb. 16, 1947. 
D unp. 7650. 

649. Feb. 23, 1947. 
D unp. 7796. 

650. Mar. 2, 1947. 
D unp. 7877. 

651. Mar. 9, 1947. 
D unp. 8087. 

652. Mar. 16, 1947. 
D unp. 8186. 

653. Mar. 23, 1947. 
D unp. 8357. 

654. Mar. 30, 1947. 
D unp. 8479. 

655. Apr. 6, 1947. 
D unp. 8653. 

656. Apr. 13, 1947. 
D unp. 8782. 

657. Apr. 20, 1947. 
D unp. 8914. 

658. Apr. 27, 1947. 
D unp. 9033. 

659. May 4, 1947. 
D unp. 9122. 

660. May 11, 1947. 
D unp. 9242. 

661. May 18, 1947. 
D unp. 9344. 

662. May 25, 1947. 
D unp. 10041. 

663. June 1, 1947. 
10055. 

664. June 8, 1947. 
10284. 

665. June 15, 1947. 
D unp. 10356. 

666. June 22, 1947. 
10395. 



© lc 13Feb47; 
© lc 19Feb47; 

© lc 2 7Feb47; 

© lc 5Mar47; 

© lc 12Mar47; 
© lc 19Mar47; 
© lc 2 7Mar47; 
© lc 4Apr47; 
© lc 9Apr47; 

© lc 17Apr47; 

© lc 23Apr47; 

© lc 30Apr47; 
© lc 7May47; 

© lc 14May47; 

© lc 21May47; 

© lc 28May47; 
© lc 4Jun47; D unp. 
© lc HJun47; D unp. 

© lc 18Jun47; 

© lc 25Jun47; D unp. 



MORRISON, MARGARET. 
Saul of Tarsus. A play in three acts. © 
Margaret Morrison, Boston; lc24May47; 
D unp. 9467. 

MORRISON, SAMUEL N. 

Foreciting technique of sales training 
and its application to training of surgical 
appliance salesmen. Lecture. © Samuel 
N. Morrison, Brooklyn; lc 8Jan47; C 1048. 

How to acquire selling skill, an address 
written and prepared by Samuel N. Mor- 
rison, delivered by Earl C. Bruner, at 
Hotel Commodore, New York, before 
members of A.S.T.A., Dec. 17, 1946. 
© Samuel N. Morrison, Brooklyn; lc 
8Jan47; C 1049. 

How to sell retail newspaper advertising. 
© Samuel N. Morrison, Brooklyn. 

1. Foreciting technique in supervision 
and executive training. © lc 18Jan4 7; 
C 1071. 

2. The right start; the profit motive 
and the merchant's objectives. © lc 
24Mar4 7; C 1274. 

3. The foreciting technique of customer 
problem solving. © lc 6Dec47; C 1089. 

3. The plan; overcoming obstacles and 
determining the need. © lc 24Mar4 7; 
C 1275. 

4. The solution ... ways and means and 
their merits and faults. © lc24Mar 
47; C 12 76. 

5. Assurance from experience; pro- 
fiting from records of success and' 
errors. © lc 24Mar47; C 1277. 

6. Appreciation of results; weighing the 
value, against the cost. © lc 24Mar47; 
C 12 78. 



7. Timing ,ip_d action; weighing the 
opportunities, and mitigating the 
risks. © lc 24Mar47; C 1279. 
J. J. opens the door; prepared for The 

retail division, Bureau of advertising. 

Lecture. © Samuel N. Morrison, 

Brooklyn; lc 31Mar47; C 1306. 

MORROW, ALICE MARION. 
The Gynedd house. A play in two scenes. 
© Alice Marion Morrow, Allentown, 
Pa.; lc HApr47;D unp. 8676. 

MORROW, TIM. See Morrow, Timothy 
T. 

MORROW, TIMOTHY T. 

Ditto presents business week of the air, 
audition script. © Tim Morrow, Chi- 
cago; lc 16Apr47;D unp. 8760. 

Does anyone here speak English? A 
fifteen minute transcribed wire re- 
corded show. © Timothy T. Morrow, 
Chicago; lc 5Apr47;D unp. 8528. 

Jez a-sayin', Audition script. © Tim 
Morrow, Chicago; lc 29Jan47;D unp. 
7291. 



UNE mort sans importance, 
tinger, Jean. 



See Noe- 



MORTENSEN, LOUISE HOVDE. 
The artist's models. Film script. © 
Louise Hovde Mortensen and Mary 
Louise Mortensen, Des Moines; lc 
2 7Jun47;D unp. 9665. 

MORTENSEN, MARY LOUISE. 
The artist's models. See Mortensen, 
Louise Hovde. 

MORTENSON, WILLIAM M. 
Showfolk; play in three acts by William 
Mortenson and John Gay. © William 
M. Mortenson, New York; lc 30May47; 
D unp. 10078. 

THE MORTGAGE. See Bergquam, Hazel 
Hoffman. 

MORTS sans sepulture, source title. See 
Sartre, Jean Paul. The unburied dead. 

MORUM, WILLIAM. 

Miracle for Edward. See Dinner, Wil- 
liam. 

Nothing ever happened to Millie. See 
Dinner, William. 

Ticket to spring-time. See Dinner, 
William. 

MORWOOD, WILLIAM. See The Shadow. 

MOSEL, GEORGE AULT. 
Jinxed, a play in one act. © George 

A. Mosel, jr., New Rochelle, N. Y.; 

lc 12Feb47;D unp. 7510. 
The sky is falling, a play in one act. 

© George A. Mosel, jr., New Rochelle, 

N. Y.; lc 14May47; D unp. 9414. 

MOSHER (IRA) ASSOCIATES, INC. 
Jim Clark— American. See Boyd, James 

M. 
Land of opportunity. See Boyd, James 

M. 
Let's win the peace. See Boyd, James 

M. 
Personal victory. See Boyd, Jamas M. 



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Women in industry. See Boyd, 
James M. 

MOSKOWITZ, ALFRED D. 
My cup runneth over, a drama in three 
acts, by Alfred Markim [pseud.] and 
Harold E. Ryne [pseud. J © Alfred D. 
Moskowitz and Harold E. Rein, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa.; lc 7Apr47; D unp. 8524. 

MOSKOWITZ, HARRY. See Moss and 
Ronice, Radio enterprises. 

MOSS, CARLTON FLOYD. 
They shot him again. See Clark, 
Maurice Charles. 

MOSS, FRANK LLOYD. 
A city on a hill, a play. In three acts 
and seven scenes. © Frank Lloyd Moss, 
Beverlv Hills, Calif.; lc 5May47;D unp. 
9079. 

MOSS, THELMA SCHNEE. 
The whole world over, a play in three 
acts. Translated and adapted from a 
play written by Konstantine Simonov, 
entitled, Tak I budet. © Thelma 
Schnee Moss, New York; lc lMay47; 
D unp. 9032. 

MOSS AND RONICE, RADIO ENTERPRISES. 

Mr. and Mrs., morning program; audition 
script. © Herbert H. Rosen, Bernice 
L. Rosen and Harry Moskowitz, d.b.a. 
Moss & Ronice, Radio enterprises, 
Philadelphia; lc ljun47; D unp. 9513. 

Play party. Audition script no. 1-2. 
© Harry Moskowitz, Bernice L. Rosen 
and Herbert H. Rosen d. b. a. Moss 
& Ronice, radio enterprises, Phila- 
delphia; no. 1, lc 26Feb47; D unp. 
8560. No. 2, lc 2Feb47; D 8561. 

Purity and the wolf. Audition script. 
3 Harry Moskowitz, Bernice L. Rosen 
and Herbert H. Rosen d. b. a. Moss & 
Ronice, radio enterprises, Philadel- 
phia; lc 26Feb47; D unp. 8562. 

THE MOST dangerous game. See 
Rote, Zela. 

THE MOTE in thy brother's eye. See 
The greatest story ever told, no.~2T. 

MOTHER Goose party. See Cott, Ted. 

MOTHER was a halfback. See Black, 
Walter. 

THE MOTIVE and the cue. See Good- 
man, Dean. 

MOuEzY-tfON, ANDR£\ 
Cinq pifices gaies, en un acte. 2. 
recueil. Paris, E*ditions Musicales, 
1947. Cover-title, 35, 42, 30, 39, 
33 p. 18cm. Contents.— Lune 
Rousse. — Le conservateur. — Fac- 
tice. — Beauts fatale.— Fermeture- 
e"clair. © Editions Royalty, Paris; 
31Mar47; D pub. 9575. 

MOULTON, SUMNER. 
Great lady. See Hogan, Frank. 
Portrait of mother. See Hogan, Frank. 

MOVIE matinee. See Norris, Kathleen J. 

MOVIE quiz time. See Lankton, Robert 
Earl. 

MOWER, JEANNE. 
The song-a-bed lady; dramatic composi- 
tion for children. 5 leaves. ©Jeanne 



Mower, Hollywood; lc 24Jan4 7; 
D unp. 7175. 

MOWER, MARGARET. 
Among strangers. See Harlan, Ethel 
Andrews. 

MOWERY, DINNIE. 
Island in the wilderness, a play in three 
acts suggested by the life of Elisabet 
Ney, by Dinnie and Irl Mowery. © Irl 
Holden Mowery, jr., Houston, Tex.; 
lc 6Jun47;D unp. 10007. 

MOWERY, IRL HOLDEN. 
Island in the wilderness. See Mowery, 
Dinnie. 

MOYS, JACK J. 
Taxi, an original dramatized radio for- 
mat. © Jack J. Moys, Vancouver, 
Wash.; lc 13May47; D unp. 9248. 

MOZART. See Whitworth, Walter. Music 
lives forever. 

MRVOS, MILDRED. 
Just in time. A lady in three scenes. 
© Mildred Mrvos, McKeesport, Pa.; 
lc 22Mar47;D unp. 8225. 

MUCK, LUCILLA MARY. 
Talented teens; audition script. © 
Lucilla Mary Muck, Bedford, Mass.; 
lc 4May47; D unp. 9601. 

MUCOSTATICS. See Page, Harry L. 

MULLER, HANS, 1882- 
Kleiner walzer in A moll, komodie in 
5 bildern, by Hans Mu'ller— Einigen. 
Bern, A. Francke a.g., 1939. 95 p. 
21cm. © A. Francke, ltd., Bern, 
Switz.; 25Nov39; lc 5Dec46; D pub. 
9042. 



MUELLER, RICHARD BRIERLEY. 
Claude's son, a play in three acts. r i 
Richard Brierley Mueller, Santa Mon- 
ica, Calif.; lc llApr47; D unp. 874 7. 

MULLER-EINIGEN, HANS. See Mu'ller, 
Hans. 

MUGGING goes modern. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 804. 

MUHEIM, HARRY MILES. 
It's a deal! A new musical comedy, 
book and lyrics by Harry Muheim, music 
by F. M. Scott III. J. P. Cahn, co-author 
of lyrics of one song. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © Harry Miles 
Muheim, Palo Alto, Calif.; and Francis 
Marion Scott, in, Denver; lc 25Jun47; 
D unp. 1215. 

MUNKACSI, MARTIN. 
Big Dipper John, a satirical play in three 
acts. © Martin Munkacsi, New York; 
lc 26Dec46; D unp. 6752. 

MURDER AT MIDNIGHT. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Louis G. Cowan, inc., 
New York. 

51. Dec. 23, 1946. Dead man's turn, by 
Robert Newman. © lc 2Jan4 7; D unp. 
6773. 



52. Memory of the dead, by A. S. 
Ginnes. lc 2Jan4 7; D unp. 6774. 

MURDER by appointment. See The 
Shadow, no. 290. 

MURDER by morning. See Henton, J. A. 

MURDER express. See The Shadow, 
no. 295. 

MURDER for my wife. See Zimmerman, 
George. 

MURDER in mind. See Russell, Freder- 
ick A. 

MURDER is my business or my name ain't 
Benny. See Merat, Edward K. Original 
script for a Jack Benny show. 

MURDER marriage. See The Shadow, 
no. 285. 

MURDER set to music. See Miller, John 
Wesley. 

MURDERS on the main stem. See The 
Shadow, no. 2 77. 

MURREN, GINA. 
Les vacances de Pat, comedie burlesque 
en 3 actes. © Gina Murren (ps. de 
Mme. Manade nee Loubet) Toulouse, 
France, lc 3Jun4 7; D unp. 10288. 

THE MUSHROOM cloud. See Van 
Rosen, Beatrice. 

MUSIC by pilot. See Pilot, Robert Mar- 
vin. 

MUSIC for appreciation. See Fuchsmanj 
Marvin. 

MUSIC hath charms. See Hark, Mildred. 

MUSIC in the air. See Harber, Beth. 

MUSIC in the distance. See Greene, 
Patterson. 

MUSIC lives forever. See Whitworth, 
Walter. 

MUSIC master series. See Machlis, 
Joseph. 

MUSIC to my ear. See Allardice, James 
Burns. 

MUSICAL calendar. See Denny, Irene 
Hilda. 

MUSICAL chapters. See Whitworth, 
Walter. Music lives forever. 

THE MUSICAL comedy kid. See 
Miller, Marilyn Jean. 

MUSICAL cruise. See Kernan, Philip 
Aloysius. 

MUSICAL pages. See Whitworth, Walter. 

MUSICAL shoe box. See Kaplan, Harold 
G. 

MUSTAPHA must. See Jaspersen, Elon, 
pseud. 



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MUTCH, VERNA EUGENIA. 
Monumental towers, the story of Brook- 
lyn bridge. A play for radio. © 
Verna Eugenia Mutch, Annville, Pa.; 
lc 24Mar47;D unp. 8250. 

MY cup runneth over. See Moskowitz, 
Alfred D. 

MY darling Clementine. See Lux radio 
theatre, Apr. 28, 1947. 

MY fair lady. See Bigelow, Otis. 

MY husband. See Johnson, Lois 
Marie. 

MY little girl. See Proudfit, Isabel Boyd. 

MY love is like a red, red rose. See 
Garland, Mac M. 

MY love song. See Morris, Paul. 

MY only love. See Ritter, Margaret 
Louise Hill. 

MY reputation. See Lux radio theatre, 
Apr. 21, 1947. 

MY son. See Wagstaffe, Maud. 

MY son comes home. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2187-1412. 

MY wife's substitute. See Siegel, Wil- 
liam. 

MYRNA the mermaid. See Kaye, Billy. 

THE MYSTERY of the misdiagnosis. 
See Harris, Katherine. 

THE MYSTERY of the shuttered house. 
See The adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 3. 

THE MYSTERY of the silent bell. See 
The adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 11. 

MYSTERY repeats itself. See The 
Sheriff, no. 125. 

MYSTERY ship. See The Shadow, no. 289. 

N 

NACH einem wahren tatbestand, source 
title. See Marion, Kurt. Und wo 
bleibt da die liebe? 

NACHENBERG, CHAYA. 
Love on a Greyhound bus. Lecture. © 
Chaya Nachenberg, Chicago; lc 31Mar47; 
C 1299. 

NACHT und Nebel. See Kortner, Fritz. 

NADELL, LAWRENCE. 
Search no more. See Kaye, Paul. 

NAIR, ALICE DE. See Alice De Nair. 

NAME it and take it. See Freiberger, 
Curt. 

THE NAMELESS play. See Stefik, 
Ludmilla. 



NA PIER, KSHATRIYA, LEROI DE. See 
Napier, LeRoy. 

NAPIER, LEROY. 
The rubaiyat of Misitheus, by LeRoi de 
Na'Pier, Kshatriya. A one-act play. 
© LeRoy Napier, Hamilton, O.; lc 
24Mar47; D unp. 8236. 

NASH, JOHN. 
Backwoods Romeo, a comedy in three 
acts by John Nash, revised by J. C. 
McMullen. Boston, Baker's plays 
[1947] 85 p. diagr. 19cm. © 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston; 16Jun47; 
D pub. 10396. 

NATHAN, GABRIEL. 
Rip Van Winkle. A play in three acts. 
© Gabriel Nathan, Brooklyn; lc 15Jun47; 
D unp. 9613. 

NATHAN, SANDRA. 
The slip of paper. A play in one scene. 
© Sandra Nathan, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
20Mar47;D unp. 8181. 

NATHAN the wise. See The eternal 
light, no. 93. 

NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY, 
INC. 
Bill of rights, broadcast Jan. 14, 194 7. 

See Wilson, John Clyde. 
The making of an ambassador. See 

Hodapp, William. 

NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COM- 
PANY. 

Where rainbows begin. See Handy 
0am) organization. 

NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE BOARD. 
By these lights we walk. See Cohen, 

Mortimer J. 
Judith of Bethulia. See Cohen, Mor- 
timer J. 

NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDA- 
TION. 

Forgotten children. See Neher, Jack. 
The Kopec's dilemma. See Neher, 
Jack. 

NATIONAL police award program. See 
Waters, James Francis. 

NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIA- 
TION. 
The family doctor. See Chain, Hu. 

NATIONAL velvet. See Lux radio 
theatre, Feb. 3, 1947. 

NATIONWISE. See Davis, Ernest Paul. 

NATURALIZED philosophy. See Stessin, 
Terenthy Trofimoff. 

NAVARRO, LEANDRO. See Benet, 
Leandro Navarro. 

NAYER, MAURICE R. 
Jeff Clayton — foreign correspondent. 
See Wartell, Michael. 

THE NAZARENE. See Lamothe, Frank 
Eugene. 

THE NEEDLE. See Kassel, Art. 



NEGLECTION. See Phinnessee, L. T. 

NEHER, JACK. 

Forgotten children, by Jack Neher and 
Alex Sareyan. A radio dramatization. 
Series I, no. 8. Reprint no. 33. 7 
leaves. © National mental health 
foundation, Philadelphia; 9Dec46; 
2c 5Apr47;D pub. 8495. 

The Kopec's dilemma, by Jack Neher 
and Alex Sareyan. A radio drama- 
tization. Series I, no. 7. Reprint 
no. 32. 7 leaves. © National mental 
health foundation, Philadelphia; 
26Nov46; 2c 5Apr47; D pub. 8494. 

THE NEIGHBOR. See Shoemaker, 
Jean Louise. 

NEIGHBOR, neighbor. See Drey, 
Walter. 

NELLIS, ELWYN AUSTIN. 
And the walls came tumbling down, a 
play in a prologue and three acts. © 
Austin Nellis, Bismarch, N. D.; 
15Jan47; D pub. 7609. 

NELSON, HELEN LATHROP. See 
Nelson, Mary Helen Lathrop. 

NELSON, MARY HELEN LATHROP. 
Every man has business, a comedy 
in three acts by Helen Lathrop Nel- 
son. © Mary Helen Lathrop Nelson, 
Cincinnati; lc 12Jun47;D unp. 10278. 

NELSON, MERVIN. 
Bonnie Boz, a play in three acts. © 
Mervyn Nelson, New York; lc 
21Jan47; D unp. 7013. 

NEMO, HENRY. 
Turn the tables on the fables. The Cin- 
derella kick. See O'Hanlon, James. 

THE NEON wagon. See Goldsmith, Lee. 

THE NERVOUS fugitive. See Sherbow- 
sky, David. 

NESBIT, LOUIS. 
Lost face. See Eichelbaum, Samuel. 

NESNOW, DORIS SORELL. 
The flame that was Lydia, a new play 
in three acts, by Doris Sorell. © Doris 
Sorell Nesnow, Flushing, N. Y.; lc 
29Apr47; D unp. 9036. New matter- 
revisions. Prev. reg. The flames 
that were Lydia, 180ct46; D unp. 5941. 

NETHERCOTT, RUTH. 
One dream, C. O. D. Music and lyrics 
by Ralph Matesky, book by Ruth 
Nethercott. A dramatico-musical 
in two acts. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Ralph Matesky 
and Ruth Nethercott, Compton. 
Calif.; lc 25May47; D unp. 1212. 



NEUBACH, ERNST. 
Abenteuer in Schanghai. See Letraz, 
Jean de. 

NEUFELDT, FRANKLYN. 
Show goes tonight. See Levy, Herbert. 

LA NEUTRE. See Larlabou, Germaine. 



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NEVEk again. See Gottshall, Dorothy 
Jane. 

NEVEK to die again. See Inner sanctum, 
May 26, 1947. 

NEVUE, LORRAINE AUDREY. 
The American, a play in two acts; 
adapt eel from the novel, The Ameri- 
can, by Henry James. Lorraine 
Audrey Nevue, Athens, O.; lc 
6May4'7; D unp. 9116. 

THE NEW England cupboard. See Stack- 
pole, Constance D. 

A NEW sra. See Swope, Carl P. 

THE NEW Frigidaire electric range. 
See Handy (J am ) organization. 

NEW home. See The Lone Ranger, no. 
2249-1474. 

THE NEW room. See Jackson, Martin 
Henry. 

THE NEW school for scandal. See Kear- 
ney, James Ross. 

NEW start. See The Lone Ranger, no. 
2217-1442. 

A NEW world. See Williams, Carola 
Bell. 

NEW York nocturne. See Akins, Zoe. 

NEW York Philharmonic -symphony in- 
termission feature. 

Dec. 15, 1946. See Rhoads, Cornelius 

P. Fingerprints in medicine. 
Dec. 22, 1946. See Ives, Herbert E. 

Physics and art. 
Dec. 29, 1946. See Shapley, Harlow. 

The utility of meteors. 
Jan. 5, 1947. See Waksman, Selman. 

The story of streptomycin. 
Jan. 12, 1947. See Bridgman, Percy 

W. Effects of high pressure. 
Jan. 19, 1947. See Schmitt, Francis 

O. The structural basis of life. 
Jan. 26, 1947. See Jeffries, Zay. 

Lightweight metals. 
Feb. 2, 1947. See Speidel, Carl C. 

Living cells in action. 
Feb. 9, 1947. See. Condon, Edward U. 

Science'and standards. 
Feb. 16, 1947. See White, Leslie A. 

Energy and the development of 

civilization. 
Feb. 23, 1947. See Weyl, Heimann. 

Mathematics and the laws of nature. 
Mar. 2, 1947. See Goodpasture, 

Ernest W. Agents of infectious dis- 
ease. 
Mar. 9, 1947. See Blackwelder, Eliot. 

The face of our continent. 
Mar. 16, 1947. See Stanley, Wendell 

M. At the twilight zone of life. 
Mar. 23, 1947. See Warren, Stafford 

L. Atomic energy and medicine. 
Mar. 30, 1947. See Berry, George 

Packer. Viruses — master para- 
sites. 
Apr. 13, 1947. See Corner, George 

W. Light on the blood capillaries. 



NEWMAN, PAUL SYLVAN. 
Dollar diplomacy, a three-act comedy 
farce. Paul Sylvan Newman, 
New York; lc 9Jan4 7; D unp. 6868. 

NEWMAN, ROBERT. See Murder at 
midnight. 

NICHOLSON, ANNE. 
Joan of Arc. A play in three acts. © 
Anne Nicholson, Chicago; lc 9Jun47; 
D unp. 10162. 

NICK CARTER, MASTER DETECTIVE. 

(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. 3 Street and Smith publica- 
tions, inc., New York. 

Dec. 15, 1946. The case of the 
avenging dead, by Jock MacGregor 
and Peggy L. Mayer. © lc 10Jan4 7; 
D unp. 6974. 

Dec. 22, 1946. The case of the imita- 
tion robbery, by Jock MacGregor. 
© lc 29Jan47; D uhp. 7281. 

Dec. 29, 1946. The case of the heaven- 
ly body, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 
10Jan4 7; D unp. 6975. 

Jan. 5, 194 7. The case of the unfamiliar 
fiancee, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 
10Jan47; D unp. 6976. 

Jan. 12, 1947. The case of the farewell 
kiss, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 29Jan47; 
D unp. 7282. 

Jan. 19, 1947. The case of the gold- 
headed cane, by Jock MacGregor and 
Peggy L. Mayer. © lc 29Jan4 7; D 
unp. 7283. 

Jan. 26, 1947. The case of the persis- 
tent beggars, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 
29Jan47; D unp. 7284. 

Feb. 2, 1947. The case of the careless 
employees, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 
HFeb47;D unp. 7535. 

Feb. 9, 1947. The case of the signifi- 
cant sneeze, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 
8Mar47;D unp. 8200. 

Feb. 16, 194 7. The case of the colos- 
sal cave murders, by Max Ehrlich. 
© lc 8Mar47; D unp. 8201. 

Feb. 23, 1947. The case of the single 
edition, by Charles Stubblefield. i 
lc 8Mar47; D unp. 8202. 

Mar. 2, 1947. The case of the hit and 
run hideout, by Milt Olin. © lc 
8Mar47; D unp. 8203. 

Mar. 9, 1947. The case of the sea- 
going wig, by Alfred Bester. 3 lc 
20Mar47; D unp. 8256. 

Mar. 16, 1947. The case of the self 
convicted crook, by Jock MacGregor. 
© lc 20Mar47;D unp. 8257. 

Mar. 23, 194 7. The case of the crystal 
prophecy, by Charles Stubblefield. 
© lc llApr4 7; D unp. 8690. 

Mar. 30, 194 7. The case of the smuggled 
perfume, by Milt Kramer. 9 lc 
UApr47; D unp. 8751. 

Apr. 6, 1947. The case of the wax fin- 
gers, by Peggy L. Mayer. © lc 
llApr4 7;D unp. 8 752. 

Apr. 13, 1947. The case of the chemical 
chickens, by Alfred Bester. lc 
29Apr47; D unp. 8991. 

Apr. 20, 194 7. The case of the lucrative 
wrecks, by Robert David. 3 lc 
29Apr47; D unp. 8992. 

Apr. 27, 1947. The case of the luminous 
spots, by Alfred Bester. S lc 



13May47; D unp. 9258. 

May 4, 1947. The case of the miss- 
ing thumb, by Alfred Bester. 
lc 13May47; D unp. 9259. 

May 11, 1947. The case of the 
stolen earth, by Alfred Bester. 
lc 13May47; D unp. 9260. 

May 18, 1947. The case of the 
kindly killer, by Alfred Bester. © 
lc 31May47; D unp. 10113. 

May 25, 1947. The case of the 
future murders, by Lee Randon. © 
lc 3lMay47; D unp. 10112. 

June 1, 1947. The case of the cough- 
ing killer, by Alfred Bester. © lc 
14Jun47; D unp. 10331. 

June 8, 1947. The case of the con- 
quered city, by Alfred Bester. © 
lc 14Jun47; D unp. 10332. 

THE NICKELODEONS. See Lawrence, 
Harold E. 

NICODEMUS— the man who came by 
night. See The greatest story ever 
told, noTT2. 

NICOL Smith story. See The Adven- 
turers' club, Apr. 197T947. 

NIELSEN, FRANCIS WOODRUFF. 
This happy marriage, a comedy in 
three acts. © Francis Woodruff 
Nielsen, Boulder, Col.; lc 15May47- 
D unp. 9419. 

NIGGY Delaney. See Orlovitz, Gilbert. 

A NIGHT in Palestine. See Segal, 
Ethel. 

NIGHT out. See Albright, Phillip. 



NIGHT side. See Grueneberg, Richard. 

NIGHT without end. See Bauerfeind, 
George L. 



NIGHTMARE. See Holmes, Bertram 
Alvin. 

NIGHTSHADE. See Riley, Arlen. 

NIRSKA, pseud. See Schwartz, Grace. 

NO door is shut. See Hawlev, Esther 
M. 



NO heart so lonely. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 418. 

NO me esperes mafiana, source title. 
See Madden, Cecil Charles. No 
tomorrow. 



NO one knew why. See Lewis, Philip. 

NO one walks alone. See Steinhardt, 
Herschel Samuel. 



NO other God before me. See Cosneck, 
Barney. 

NO quacks, doctor. See Gallagher, 
Charles Wilson. 



NO road back. See Maxwell, Lester. 

NO room in the inn. See Lessel, Wil- 
liam M. 



NO scar to show. See Hofler, Theodore. 

NO tomorrow. See Madden, Cecil 
Charles. 



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NO wiser choice. See Manahan, James 


NOSEY! See Herst, Gladys H. 


O 


Kevin. 








NOT content with their pastures. See 


O' happy laughter. See Judson, 


NOAH'S ark. See Cox, Spencer. Sto- 


Leland, John Clark. 


Lester E. 


ries that live, no. 2. 








NOT fair Verona. See Falligant, Andree. 


O little town of Bethlehem. See 


NOAH'S lark: A prefabricated story. 




Maxson, Thelma S.. 


Se; Sandweiss, Jerome Wesley. 


NOT fit to print. See Ciraci, Norma 






Elinor. 


O. P. A. in Africa. See Sakall, S. Z. 


NOBLE David. See Harper, Louise. 








NOT -SO-HONEST John. See Zwirn, 


OBER, ROBERT. 


NOBODY'S children. See Docter, 


Bernard Phillip. 


Mary and Martha, a play in three acts. 


Lloyd. 




© Robert Ober, New York; lc 3Jun47; 




NOT to the swift. See Killikelly, Bryan 


D unp. 9509. 


NODINOT, GEORGES. See Robain, 


Desmond. 




Jacques. 




OBJECTIONS. See Wilding picture 




NOT yet. See Mebane, Jessie. 


productions, inc. 


NOE, YVAN, pseud. See Noetinger, 






Jean. 


NOTARIZATION —and proposed re- 


OBOLER, ARCH. 




forms. See Maran, Charles. 


Alter ego, source title. See Benny, 


NOETINGER, JEAN. 




Jack. Schizophrenia. 


Une mort sans importance, piece en 


NOTHING ever happened to Millie. See 




trois actes et quatre tableaux, d' 


Dinner, William. 


O'BRIEN, BRIAN, pseud, of Graeme 


Yvan Noe [pseud. Jet A. Linou [pseud.] 




and Sarah Lorimer. Carefree. See 


© Yvan Noe (ps. de Yvan Noetinger) 


NOTHING ever happens here. See 


Ritts, Paul. 


A. Linou (ps. de Pierrette Caillol), 


Hofgaard, Kirsten. 




Nice, France; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7055. 




O'BRIEN, DESMOND, pseud. See 




NOTRE -DAME du bel amour. See 


Killikelly, Bryan Desmond. 


NOHAIN, JEAN, pseud. See Legrand, 


Paul-Emile, soeur. 




Jean -Marie. 




O'BRIEN, JOHN W. 




NOTRE evangile. See Giran, Albert. 


The last hours of Adolf Hitler. A 


NOLAN, JOSEPHINE W. 


L'E*vangile d'un libre croyant. 


radio play. © John W. O'Brien, 


Dance idea; with lyric. 1 leaf. © 




Dallas, Tex.; lc 14Jan47; D unp. 


Josephine W. Nolan, Chicago; lc 


NOTTURNO. See Fassbind, Franz. 


7311. 


5Apr47; D unp. 10108. 








NOW and forever. See Phillips, Irving 


OBRIST, E. C. 


NOLI" , CHARLES MILLER. 


Walter. 


Juke box jury. Radio script. © 


Charming Billy, a play in two acts. © 




Wm. Penn broadcasting company, 


Charles Miller Nolte, Wayzata, Minn.; 


NOW is the time. See Gordon, Grant. 


Philadelphia; lc HFeb47; D unp. 


lc 17Apr47;D unp. 8 786. 


NOW or never. See Lashman, L. Ed- 


7962. 


NONE bat a stranger. See Golding, Ben 
A. 


ward. 


OBSESSION. See The Sheriff, no. 133. 


NOW'S the day. See Ormont, Louis 


O'CALLAGHAN, MADELEINE B. 


NONE but the beautiful. See Dr. Chris- 


Robert. 


Lil Black Darky. Includes lyrics of 


tian, no. 413. 




mammy's song, Honey chile. Sketch 




NUGENT, EDWARD J. 


for children. © Madeleine B. O'Callag 


NONE so blind. See Marlowe, Corinne 


Take it away, a play in two acts, by 


han, Medford, Mass.; lc HApr47; 


Lehman. 


Eddie Nugent and Les Hafner. © Ed- 
ward J. Nugent and Les Hafner, New 


D unp. 9384. 


NORFORD, GEORGE E. 


York; lc 12Jan47; D unp. 6891. 


O'CONNOR, RODERIC DON. 


As of this moment, a comedy in three 




The little red wagon. A play in three 


acts. © George E. Norford, Washing- 


NUGENT, HAZEL. 


acts. © Roderic Don O'Connor, 


ton; lc 3Apr47;D unp. 8641. 


Tell me not. A play in three acts. © 
Hazel Nugent, Robinson, 111.; lc 


New York; lc 8May47; D unp. 9128. 


NORMAN, JOHN DAVID. 


3May47;D unp. 9105. 


O'CONNOR, WALTER G. 


Shadow of a dream. A film script. © 




Pleni-potent advertising; a lecture de- 


John David Norman, Houston, Tex.; lc 


LA NUIT du diable. See Robain, Jacques. 


livered to a group of professional ad- 


7May47; D unp. 9133. 




vertisers at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 




LES NUITS de la colere. See Salacrou, 


Feb. 13, 1947. © Walter G. O'Connor, 


NORMAN, RICHARD A. 


Armand. 


New Cumberland, Pa.; lc 18Feb47; 


The feathered serpent, a play in three 




C 1179. 


acts. © Richard A. Norman, Schenec- 


THE NUREMBURG stove. See Let's 




tady, N. Y.; lc 12Jun47;D unp. 10322. 


pretend, Dec. 8, 1945. 


OEDIPE roi. See Sophocles. 


NORRIS, KATHLEEN J. 


THE NURSERY school of the air. See 


OERTEL, DORIS SMITH. 


Movie matinee. A radio script broad- 


Pither, Jane Stockdale. 


Crescendo; half hour radio drama. 


cast Dec. 7, 1946. © Kathleen J. 




In two acts. © Doris Smith Oertel, 


Norris, New York; lc 6Feb47; C 1240. 


THE NUTRITIVE aspects of the amino 
acids. See Dorn, Herman William. 


New York; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 8582. 


NORTH, ALEX. 




OF all people. See Spence, Ralph. 


The city sings for Michael. See 


NYGAARD, NORMAN EUGENE. 




Rosenthal, Sylvia. 


The Bible comes alive; Biblical sermons 
in costume. Boston, Baker's plays; 


OF human bondage. See Cohen, Lester. 


NORTON, BARBARA. 


[etc., 1947] 103 p. 19cm. ©Walter 


OF human events. See Kaufman, S. Jay. 


A star comes to life. A play in four 


H. Baker co., Boston: 7Apr47; D pub. 




scenes. © Barbara Norton, Allentown, 


8665. 


OF our time. See Kaufman, S. Jay. Of 


Pa.; lc 12Apr47; D unp. 8708. 




human events. 



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OF stuff that clover is. See Campbell, 
Helen Colene. 

OFEELYA. See Tomson, Harriet Al- 
berta. 

OFF key. See Edge, Earnest Carl. 

OFFICER Nick. See Taubes, Frank. 

OFFSTAGE beat. See Stern, Alan. 

OGLE, LULA MAE. 
Store britches, a play in three acts. 
Lula Mae Ogle, Gatlinburg, Tenn.; 
lc 29Jan47; D imp. 7264. 

OH, Henry. See Oliver, Albert C. 

OH my darling. See Duncan, Philine Les- 
ser. 

OH promise me. See Hays, Jack. 

OH say! Do you see? See Boyd, 
Byron B. 

OH! Susanna. See Ryerson, Florence. 

O'HANLON, JAMES. 
Turn the tables on the fables. The 
Cinderella kick. Radio script by 
James O'Hanlon and Henry Nemo. 
9 James O'Hanlon and Henry Nemo, 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; lc 5Apr47; 
D unp. 8499. 

OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY. 
See The Ohio story. (Radio program) 

THE OHIO STORY. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Frank 
Lewis Siedel. t> Ohio Bell telephone 
co., Cleveland. 

Jan. 6, 1947. Knowest thou the land. 

© lc 9Jan47; D unp. 6825. 
Jan. 8, 194 7. Annie Oakley's rifle. 

© lc 9Jan4 7; D unp. 6826. 
Jan. 10, 1947. The French five 

hundred. © lc 9Jan4 7; D unp. 

682 7. 

OHNE furcht. See Bekessy, Hans Habe. 

LES OISEAUX s'envolent. See Josset, 
Andre. 

O'KEEFFE, AIDAN ARTHUR. 
Slip ahoy, a comedy in one act. New 
York, French; [etc.] cl946. 32 p. 
diagr. 19cm. Samuel French, 
New York; 27Dec46; D pub. 6847. 
Prev. reg. 250ct44;D unp. 91039. 

OLCOTT, MARTHA LOUISE. 
Modern zombies, a three act comedy. 
Martha Louise Olcott, Reno, Nev.; 
lc 18Feb47; D unp. 7654. 

THE OLD Adam. See Hubbard, Haven. 

OLD -Heidelberg. See Schaber, Eric 
Carl. 

OLD Joe's niece. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2216-1441. 

OLD Mac Donald had a farm. See Cott, 
Ted. 



OLD Mac Donald went to town. See 
Cott, Ted. 

OLD Mrs. Learoyd. See Madden, 
Cecil Charles. 

THE OLD rugged cross. See Baxter, 
John Harold. The birth of a song. 

AN OLD Spanish custom. See Viera, 
Lillian Jones. 

OLD stories with new covers. See 
Schleifer, Milton. 

THE OLDEST profession. See Vajda, 
Ernest. 

OLIN, MILT. See Nick Carter, master 
detective. 

OLITSKY, JULES. 
The misfit, a play in three acts. © 
Jules Olitsky, Brooklyn; lc 15Apr47; 
D unp. 8 766. 

OLIVER, ALBERT C. 
Oh, Henry, a comedy farce in three 
acts, by Albert C. Oliver and Alex- 
ander Asro. © Albert C. Oliver, 
and Alexander Asro, New York; lc 
14Dec46; D unp. 71oo. New matter: 
new version. Prev. reg. Baby 
fever, HApr46, D unp. 5769. 

OLSEN, GEORGE. 
George Olsen's record digest, a radio 
presentation. © George Olsen, Engle- 
wood, N. J.; lc 28Mar47; D unp. 8513. 

ON all cylinders. See The march of 
science. 

ON attributes. See Scheurer, Elizabeth 
Jane. 

ON Duke of Gloucester street. See 
Anderson, Charles L. 

ON est bien ici. See Duvernois, Henri. 
Comedies. 

ON strange earth. See Singer, Jacob. 

ON the air. See Skolnik, Herman. 

ON the nose. See Reynolds, Sheldon. 

ON your way. See 
McCarthy, Mary. 
Shardell, Paul. 

ONCE a thief. See Kroungold, Joy. 

ONCE an Englishman always an English- 
man. See Gould, Velma H. 

ONCE in Vienna. See Gordun, Jacob 
Harris. 

ONCE on a time. See Brooks, Althea. 

ONE clear bright star. See Holloway, 
Pearl. 

ONE dream, C.O.D. See Nethercott, 
Ruth. 

THE ONE great hope. See Cackler, 
Arline Fae. 



ONE minute of time. See Lechner, 
Michael. 

ONE moment, please. See Sheely, 
Iris Luuise. 

ONE night a week. See Bushnell, 
Adelyn. Eight radio plays. 

ONE notion indivisiDle. See Schubert, 
Bernard. D unp. 8859. 

ONE too many. See Dawe, Robert S. 

ONE white rose. See Parish, James. 

ONE world ballet. See Schwartz, 
Grace. 

O'NEILL, EDWARD HUGH. 
Beyond that curtain, a radio comedy, 
episodes 1 and 2. Q Edward Hugh 
O'Neill, N. Hollywood, Calif.; lc 
each 19May47; D unp. 9307, 9308. 
The trap, a radio drama by Eddie 
O'Neill. © Edward Hugh O'Neill, 
N. Hollywood, Calif.; lc 19May47; 
D unp. 9306. 

ONEWAY street. See Easton, Sidney. 

ONLY the valiant. See Kestle, James 

Allen. 

LE ONZIEME commandement. See 
Bibesco, Antoine. 

OPEN house. See Young, Harry. 

THE OPEN road. See Grant, Will C. 

OPERATION Dixie. See Lashman. L. 
Edward. 

OPERATION Oglethorpe. See Bushnell, 
Adelyn. Eight radio plays. 

OPERATION "Operation". See Wein- 
stock, Jack Laurence. 

OPERATION Vacation. See Crocco, J. 
Peter. 

OPLAND, HOMER N. 
Studio on the square. See Michigan. 
State college of agriculture and applied 
science. The Dionysians. 

OPPENHEIMER, JEANNE HELEN. 
Mrs. Oppenheimer — comparison shopper. 
Radio script. § Jeanne Helen Oppen- 
heimer (Mrs. K. H.), Brown's Mills, 
N. J.; lc 7Feb47; D unp. 7511. 

OPPENHEIMER, JOHN LEWIS. 
Ram Matthews, a farce in three acts. 
John Lewis Oppenheimer. Buffalo; 
lc 7Feb47; D unp. 7465. 

OPPENHEIMER, Mrs. K. H. See Oopen- 
heimer, Jeanne Helen. 

OPPERMAN, RUTH E. 
All in fun. A succession of skits adapted 
for local casting and staging. S Nan 
Miller productions, a proprietorship, 
Denver; lc 5Jun47;D unp. 10231. 

OPPORTUNITY unlimited. See Rohde, 



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William L. 

THE ORACLE. See Felshin, Max. 

THE ORDER of ordering. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

AN ORDINARY Megillah. See The 
eternal light, no. 122. 

ORDONNEAU, MAURICE. 
La poupee, source title. See Walker, 
Don. The fabulous doll. 

ORDYNSKI, RICHARD. 
Little Kitty and big politics. See 
Poplawski-Tenard, Julian. 

ORGAN-THEMES. See Sylvester, 
Grace Helen. 

THE ORIGIN of the Stars and Stripes. 
See Tower, Lawrence Phelps. 

ORIGINAL script for a Jack Benny 
show. See Merat, Edward K. 

ORIGINAL tales in rhyme. See 
Jacobson, Solomon Joseph. 

ORKOW, BEN HARRISON. 
So you had a dream, a play for radio 
by B. Harrison Orkow. © Ben Har- 
rison Orkow, Los Angeles; lc 22Apr47; 
D unp. 8887. 

ORLOVA, MARGARITA. 
Foreign fancy woman. See Colton, 
John. 

ORLOVITZ, GILBERT. 

Niggy Delaney, a play in three acts, by 
Gil Orlovitz. © Gilbert Orlovitz, 
Philadelphia; lc 21May47;D unp. 
9579. 

ORMONT, LOUIS ROBERT. 

Now's the day, a play. 24 leaves. © 
Louis Robert Ormont, New Haven; 
lc 17Jan47;D unp. 6982. 

ORR, GERTRUDE. 
Here comes spring again for it's 
April o'clock, a phantasy in two acts. 
© Gertrude Orr, Washington; lc 
19Feb47;D unp. 7649. 

OSBORN, PAUL. 
The innocent voyage, a play in three 
acts; based upon the novel, A high 
wind in Jamaica, by Richard Hughes. 
Chicago, Dramatic pub. co. [1946] 
114 p. plate 19cm. © Paul Osborn, 
New York; 10Oct46; D pub. 7041. 
Prev. reg. High wind in Jamaica, 
27Mar42, D unp. 79736. 

O'SHAUGHNESSY, MICHAEL. 
Edgar Allan Poe, a phantasy in two acts, 
by Michael O'Shaughnessy and Ran- 
dolph Carter. © Michael O'Shaughnes- 
sy and Randolph Carter, New York; 
lc 18Jan47; D unp. 7446. 

OSTROFF, ANTHONY. 
Works by Anthony Ostroff, jr. in collabo- 
ration with Henry A. Kozlowski, are 
entered in this catalog under Henton, 
J. A,, pseud. 



OSTROFF, MANNING. 
Cantor flunks his physical. See 

Cantor, Eddie. 
Cantor kills vaudeville. See Cantor, 

Eddie. 
Eddie Cantor's fool days. See Cantor, 

Eddie. 
Eddie Cantor's school days. See 

Cantor, Eddie. 
The girls in Cantor's life. See Cantor, 

Eddie. 
Hall of records. See Cantor, Eddie. 
How old is Cantor? See Cantor, 

Eddie. 
The life and times of Eddie Cantor. 

See Cantor, Eddie. 

THE OTHER little mustard seed. See 
White, Barbara Jean. 

THE OTHER road. See Miller, Phyllis. 

THE OTHER side of the moon. See 
Walden, William. 

THE OTHER wise man. See Morgan, 
Jane. 

OTWAY, HOWARD. 
King of Ak-sar-ben. A play in three 
acts. © Howard Otway, Chicago; lc 
29Jan47;D unp. 7624. 

OUR Lady of fair love. See Paul-Emile, 
soeir. 

OUR last tomorrow. See Rockey, 
Ordean. 

OUR little theatre. See Baker, John 
Chester. 

OUR Mr. Nicholas. See Diamond, 
Richard. 

OUT of chaos. See Hartman, Kenneth. 

OUT of Eros born. See Ver Becke, 
W. Edwin. 

OUT of the blue. See Erskine, Laurie 
York. 

OUT OF THE DARK. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Sam 
Parker. © Out of the dark, inc., 
New York. 

Elsie Kober, case history of, Jan. 12, 

1947. © lc 12Jan47; D unp. 6885. 
James Black, case history of, Jan. 26, 

1947. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7268. 
Mrs. Farmer, case history of, Jan. 

19, 1947. © lc 20Jan47; D unp. 

7024. 
Red Davis, murder, incorporated, 

case history of. © lc 13Feb47; 

D unp. 8100. 

OUT OF THE DARK, INC. See Out of 
the dark. (Radio program) 

OUT of the fog. See Dr. Christian, no. 
412. 

OUT of the frame. See Guild, Helene 
Heathcote. 

OUT of their bondage. See The eternal 
light, no. 126. 



OUT where the earth begins. See 
Richards, Robert Fulton. 

OVERMAN, FREDERICK VAILE. 
The picture of Dorian Gray, a play 
from the novel by Oscar Wilde. In 
two parts. © Frederick Vaile 
Overman, jr., New York; lc 
14May47; D unp. 9415. 

OWEN, HENRY. 

Peter Rabbit and McGregor. See 
Rosenfield, Ida. 

Peter Rabbit and Mr. McGregor. A 
dramatico-musical composition in 
three scenes. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Henry Owen, 
New York; lc 12Feb47; D unp. 1159. 

THE OWL bus murder. See Keith, 
Donald Cain. 



OXFORD GROUP— MORAL RE- 
ARMAMENT, INC. 
Ideas have legs. See Austin, Henry 

w. — 



OXNARD'S end. See Williams, Edwin 
Everitt. 



OY wilderness. 
Sidney. 



See Chayefsky, 



PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

Script for first series of records, 
new master manual C/R. © Pacific 
mutual life insurance co., Los 
Angeles; lc I0jun47; C 1480. 

Script for second set of records, new 
master manual C/R. © Pacific mu- 
tual life insurance co., Los Angeles- 
lc 10jun47; C 1481. 

PACK, HARVEY. 

Manner of the word. See Kupfer- 
smith, Jerome RoberTT" 

Wall of lies, an original play for tele - 
vision by Harvey Pack, Walter 
Geier, and Jerome Coopersmith. © 
Harvey Pack, Walter Geier, and 
Jerome Coopersmith, New York; lc 
14Apr47; D unp. 8722. 

PACKAGED plunder. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 803. 



PACKAGING and freezing of foods. See 
Mclntire, Thomas J. 



PADDLEFOOT Haven. See Karlen, 
Bernard Eugene. 

PADLOCK on Falm Street. See The 
Sheriff, no. 122. 



PADWE, FRANK. 
Dollars to donuts; or, From A-B-C's 
to college degrees. A fictionalized 
version of a dramatic and radio au- 
dience-participation show. © Frank 
Padwe, New York; lc 10Feb47; D unp. 
7512. 
Mark's lucky '4', a radio and dra- 
matic playlet in narrative -dramatic 
form. © Frank Padwe, New York; 
lc 19Apr47; D unp. 8840. 



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You can be a judge; or, Court of common 
sense. A fictionalized version of a 
radio and dramatic audience partici- 
pation show. First installment of 
series. © Frank Padwe, New York; 
lc 6Mar47;D unp. 7943. 

PAEPER, EVELYN MAE. 
Dust. See Heagy, Harold James. 

PAGE, HARRY L. 

Mucostatics discusses retention. Ad- 
dress. © Harry L. Page, Chicago; 
lc 4Feb47; C 1144. 

Mucostatics: the era of substitution. 
Address. © Harry L. Page, Chicago; 
lc 30Apr47; C 1382. 

Mucostatics, what's the argument? Ad- 
dress. Harry L. Page, Chicago; lc 
4Feb47;D 1145. 

A PAGE from the song of songs. See 
The eternal light, no. 127. 

PAGET, GENEVIEVE. 
Strike a happy medium. See Decker, 
Ann Wright. 

PAGING Tommy Edwards. See Edwards, 
Tommy. Who is Tommy Edwards? 

PAINTED wagon. See Huston, Philip. 

LOS PAJAROS. See Romero, Federico. 

LA PALADIN. See Birabeau, Andre. 

PALM Beach suit. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 44. 

PALMER, HELEN M. 
Rejection, by Linda Roberts [pseud.] A 
play in seven scenes. © Helen M. 
Palmer, Allentown, Pa.; lc 28Mar47; 
D unp. 8358. 

PALMERIO, ANTHONY JOSEPH. 
Telos. A play in three acts. © 
Anthony Joseph Palmerio, New York; 
lc 12Apr47;D unp. 8701. 

PAN the piper. See Wing, Paul. 

PANIC. See Vanderhorst, Yvonne 
Rosamund. 

PAN1TZ, SOL. 
The sounds of peace. See The Colum- 
bia workshop, Nov. 16, 1946. 

PAPPY'S princess. See Thompson, 
John Rogers. 

PAQUETTE, JOHN C. 
Kid sister, a comedy in one act by 
John C. Paquette and Roy E. Schilling. 
© John C. Paquette and Roy E. Schill- 
ing, New Orleans; lc 21Mar47; D unp. 
8984. 

PARADE. See Kent, Priscilla. 

PARADISE alley. See Brenner, Ray- 
mond Paul. 

PARADISE limited. See Corcoran, 
Robert John. 

THE PARENTS' club buys a play. See 



Milroy, Leona. 
PARENTS, please! See Jones, Barbara E. 

PARISH, JAMES. 

Message for Margaret. A play in three 
acts. © James Parish, London; lc 
4Apr47; D unp. 8519. 

One white rose, a play in one act for 
two male characters. London, French 
ltd. [1946] 8 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition) © Samuel French 
ltd., London; 20Dec46; D pub. 9535. 

PARKE, ACLE. 
Extremists. An address. © Acle 
Parke, Yakima, Wash.; lc 28Feb47; 
C 1197. 

PARKE, JAMES HAMBRIGHT. 
Personal world, a play in three acts. 
© James Hambright Parke, Washing- 
ton; lc 17Jun47; D unp. 10343. 

PARKER, AUDREY. 
Adventures of Bertram, the heroic 

goose. See Fromm, Elizabeth 

Sinclair. 
Adventures of Robert with Salty, the 

sea sprite. See Fromm, Elizabeth 

Sinclair. 

PARKER, CHARLOTTE ANN. 
To lose is to win. A play in three scenes. 
© Charlotte Ann Parker, Collingswood, 
N. J.; lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8695. 

PARKER, PHYLLIS. 
A date with fate. First of a series of 
dramatic radio playettes. © Phyllis 
Parker, New York; lc 18Feb47; D unp. 
7615. 

PARKER, SAM. See Out of the dark. 
(Radio program) 

PARKING the car. See Gosden, Freeman. 

PARRISH, JOHN, pseud. See Wettergren, 
George R. 

PARSONS, KATE. 
Crowded house, a drama in two acts. © 
Kate Parsons, New York; lc 23Dec46; 
D unp. 7391. 

THE PARSON'S daughter. See Avery, 
Lyman B. 

PARTNERS in death. See Freedman, 
Hyman. 

PARTY line. See Dr. Christian, no. 436. 

PARTY time. See Glaser, Vera R. 



PARTY -time at your house. 
Marvin, Julie. 



See 



PASCAL, ERNEST. 
Woman with child, a play in three acts. 
© Ernest Pascal, Hollywood; lc 
23Mar47;D unp. 8246. 

PASKMAN, DAILEY. 

Kiss me, Kate! A musical play founded 

upon William Shakespeare's romantic 

comedy, The taming of the shrew. In 

two acts. Text only. © Dailey Pask- 



man, Hollywood; lc 21Mar47; D unp. 
8234. 
Plunky, the donkey. A dramatic com- 
position. 5 leaves. © Dailey Pask- 
man, Hollywood; lc 31Jan4 7; D unp. 
7356. 

PASSEUR, STEVE, pseud. See Morey, 
Etienne. 

A PASSIONATE Victorian. See Barnes, 
Carman. 

PASTORAL. See Martinez Sierra, 
Gregorio. Time of snow. 

PASTURE land. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2222-1447. 

A PATCH of shade. See Fox, Helen M. 

PATELSON, HENRY. 
Fish with glass eye, a comedy. In two 
acts. © Henry Patelson, New York; 
lc 23Feb47;D unp. 7822. 

PATERSON'S PUBLICATIONS, LTD. 
The master music makers. See 
Diack, John Michael. 

PATRICOFF, HENRY S. 
Atomic astromic. Poem. © Henry S. 

Patricoff, New York; lc 24May47; 

C 1435. 
Is cancer being made in all of us? 

Address. © Henry S. Patricoff, 

New York; lc 25Jun47; C 1502. 

PATRIOTIC women in the history of 
United States of America. See 
Woods, Lydia Smith. 

PATTEN, HARVAN BARR. See The 
adventures of Frank Merriwell. 

PATTERSON, HERBERT. 
The atomic kiss. A radio play in three 
acts. © Herbert Lewis, New York; 
lc 28Jan47; D unp. 7295. 

PATTERSON, JOSEPHINE. 
We are waiting. A play in three parts. 
© Josephine Patterson, New Rochelle, 
N. Y.; lc 12Apr47; D unp. 9365. 

PATTERSON, THOMAS McEVOY. 
American primitive. A play in three 

acts. © Thomas McEvoy Patterson, 

Amarillo, Tex.; lc 14May47; D unp. 

9418. 
Death in Bexar, a play in three acts. © 

Thomas McEvoy Patterson, Woodmont, 

Conn.; lc 10Feb47; D unp. 7523. 
Souvenirs, a play in one act. © Thomas 

McEvoy Patterson, Woodmont, Conn.; 

10Feb47; D unp. 7524. 

PAUL Bunyan was a loggin' man. See 
Skinner, Maria M. Coxe. 

PAUL Cheval. See 
Anderson, Clyde. 
Cheltenham, Herbert Tolson. 

PAUL Cyr story. See The Adventur- 
ers' club, Mar. 1, 1947. 

PAUL-EMILE, s6eur. 
Notre -Dame du bel amour; scenario 



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en huit tableaux mimes avec orches- 
tre et chant. Par S6eur Paul-Emile 
et Simone Routier. Composition et 
orchestration par Paul Larose et 
Maurice Blackburn. Text only. © 
Sister Paul-Emile, s.g.c. (Louise 
Guay) Ottawa; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 
10104. 
Our Lady of fair love; scenario in 
eight pantomime tableaux with 
orchestra and singing. By Sister 
Paul-Emile and Simone Routier; 
orchestral composition and orches- 
tra by Paul Larose and Maurice 
Blackburn. Text only. © Sister 
Paul-Emile, s.g.c. (Louise Guay) 
Ottawa; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 10105. 

PAUL THOMPSON forever. See 
Gorelik, Mordecai. 

PAULA STONE'S HOLLYWOOD DIGEST. 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Paula 
Stone. © Paula Stone, New York. 

Jan. 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1947. © lc 
each 16Jan47; D unp. 6907-6912. 

PAULUS, MARGARET ISABELLE. 
A city for Josette. A play in one scene. 
23 leaves. © Margaret Isabelle 
Paulus, Milwaukee; lc 28Mar47; 
D unp. 8360. 

THE PAVILION. See Bein, Albert. 

PAY dirt. See Exploring the unknown, 
Mar. 30, 1947. 

THE PAY-OFF. See The Sheriff, no. 
128. 

PAYABLE at death. See Inner sanctum, 
Jan. 13, 1947. 

PAYING guests. See Hare, Amory. 

PAYNE, MARGARET CHRISTINA. 
Adam an' Eve ! A radio script. © 

Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 

23Feb46; D unp. 8946. 
Aunt Lou's Bible stories. No. 13. De 

flood. © Margaret Payne, Chicago; 

lc 23Feb46;D unp. 9492. 
David an' Bathsheba! A radio script. 

© Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 

23Feb46; D unp. 8943. 
David an' Goliath! A radio script. © 

Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 23Feb46; 

D imp. 8948. 
De fall ob' Jericho! A radio script. © 

Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 23Feb46; 

D unp. 8942. 
De fiery furnace. A radio script. © 

Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 

23Feb46; D unp. 8941. 
De flood. A radio script. © Margaret 

Payne, Chicago; lc 23Feb46; D unp. 

9492. 
De fust murder. A radio script. © 

Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 23Feb46; 

D unp. 8939. 
Isaac an' Rebecca! A radio script. © 

Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 

23Feb46; D unp. 8944. 
Jonah an' de whale! A radio script. © 

Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc23Feb46; 

D unp. 8949. 



Joseph an' he's brotha's. A radio 
script. © Margaret Payne, Chica- 
go; lc 23Feb46; D unp. 8940. 

Joseph in Egypt. A radio script. © 
Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 
23Feb46; D unp. 8938. 

Little Moses in de bullrushes. A 
radio script. © Margaret Payne, Chi- 
cago; lc 23Feb46; D unp. 8945. 

Samson an' Delilah! A radio script. © 
Margaret Payne, Chicago; lc 23Feb46; 
D unp. 8947. 

PEACE. See Wettergren, George R. 

PEACE cell. See Savell, Richardson. 

PEACE in our time. See Vratny, Frank. 

PEACE — pleasure and profit. See Irons, 
Warren B. 

THE PEACETIME uses of atomic energy. 
See Levellen, John Bryan. 

PEACH, LAWRENCE DU GARDE, 1890- 
The tribulations of Wing Lu, a play in 
one act. London, French ltd., cl946. 
19 p. 22cm. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French ltd., London; 
31Dec46;D pub. 9550. 

PEACHES O'Hara. See Marvin, Julie. 

THE PEACOCK throne. See White, 
Frank R. 

THE PEARL necklace and the Cisco 
Kid. See The Cisco Kid, no. 139A. 

PEARSON, C. H. 
Bankers credit cheques; or, Bankers 
cheques. An address delivered be- 
fore the Board of commissioners of 
Hennepin county, Minn. © C. H. 
Pearson, New York; lc 13Jun47; 
C 1487. 

PECK, H. 
For works written in collaboration 
with M. B. Zerwick see Zerwick- 
Peck, M. H., pseud. 

PECULIAR light. See Fogelman, 
Martin. 

PEDRO'S golden bird. See Looney, 
Robert Everett Lafayette. The key. 

PEERGynt. See Ibsen, Henrik. 

THE PEN and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid, no. 146A. 

PENN (WILLIAM) BROADCASTING 
COMPANY. 
Juke box jury. See Obrist, E. C. 

PENNY for your thoughts. See Candee, 
Marjorie Dent. 

THE PEOPLE are running. See Boas, 
Maurits Ignatius. 

PEOPLE look alike. See Rubin, Ed- 
ward Eli. 

PEORIA street, U. S. A. See Crusin- 
berry, Jane. 



PEPPER-POT Princess. See Adair, 
Margaret Weeks. 

PERCY, EDWARD. 
The shop at Sly corner, a play in three 
acts. London, English theatre guild, 
ltd. [1947] 92 p. front., diagr. 19cm. 
(Guild library) © Edward Percy, Nr. 
Tenterden, Kent, Eng.; 4Mar47; D pub. 
8180. 

PERENYI, ELEANOR. 
The apple barrel. A play in three acts. 
© Eleanor Perenyi, New York; lc 
20Mar47; D unp. 8219. 

PERKINS, DAVID FESSENDEN. 
The gallant Gascon, a romantic operetta 
in two acts; book and lyrics by David 
Fessenden Perkins, music by Frank 
A. Remick. Text and-music in sepa- 
rate volumes. © David Fessenden 
Perkins and Frank A. Remick, New 
York; lc 12Mar47; D unp. 1185. 

PERL, ARNOLD. See The eternal light. 

THE PERMANENT problem. See Moise, 
Ridgely. Steady work, no. 1. 

PEROUTKA, FERDINAND. 
Weisse wolke. Wiener walz^r. Kollek- 
tivdrama in zwolf bildern. Aus dem 
Tschechischsn ubertragen von Petr 
Lotar. © Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., 
Basel, Switzerland; lc 19Jun47; D unp. 
9616. 

PEROXIDE and Plato. See Fantl, S. 
Joseph. 

PERRIN, SAM. 
America's foremost violinist. See 

Benny, Jack. 
Getting a haircut. See Benny, Jack. 
Getting a shave. See Benn - , Jack. 
A letter from Mary s mother. See 

Benny, Jack. 
Schizophrenia. See Benny, Jack. 
The violin lesson. See Benny, Jack. 

PERRY, ROBERT E. 
A young man's fancy. See Thursch- 
well, Harry. 

PERSONAL victory. See Boyd, James 
M. 

PERSONAL world. See Parke, James 
Hambright. 

PERSONALITY previews. See Jones, 
Barbara E. 

PERTWEE, ROLAND. 

Speaking terms, a play in one act. 
London, English theatre guild, ltd. 
[1946] 22 p. diagr. 19cm. (Guild 
one act library) © Roland Pertwee, 
London; 22Nov46; D pub. 6723. 

Test me! London, English theatre 
guild, ltd. [1946] 23 p. diagr. 19cm. 
(Guild one act library) © Roland 
Pertwee; 22Nov46; D pub. 6722. 

PET bear. See Challenge of the Yukon, 
no. 469. 



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PETER and Marcus. See Corballis, 
Helen. 



PETER Rabbit and McGregor. See 
Rosenfield, Ida. 
Owen, Henry. 

PETERS, GORDON. 
Swords and petticoats. See Downing, 
Robert. 



PETERS, PAUL. 
Builder of the Soo. The Cavalcade of 
America, broadcast Jan. 20, 1947. 

E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and co., 
Wilmington, Del.; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 
788t. 

Mr. Pullman's palace car. The 
Cavalcade of America, broadcast 
Mar. 3, 1947. O E. I. Du Pont de 
Nemours and co., Wilmington, Del.; 
lc 28May47; D unp. 9488. 

The stone jungle, a play in two acts. 

1 Paul Peters, New York; lc 
10Jun47; D unp. 10274. 

PETERSEN, HOWARD. 
Willie the Churchmouse. See Walker, 
E. Jerry. 



PETIT, JOSEPH T. 
A day at the races. See McCarthy, 
Clem. 



PETIT, MAGDALENA. See Marfan, 
Magdalena Petit. 

LE PETIT pauvre (Francois d'Assise) 
See Copeau, Jacques. 



PETITCLERC, GRACE S. 
Jack and Jill series for primary 
grades. Farm set. Motion picture 
scripts. © Mission productions 
motion picture co., San Jose, alif.; 
lc each 24Mar47. 

No. 1. The cow. D unp. 9027. 
No. 2. Feeding the farm animals. 
D unp. 9028. 

PETROVICH, RASTKO. 
Gale. A play in four acts. © Rastko 
Petrovich, Washington; lc 10Mar47- 
D unp. 7977 

PETROVNA, YELENA, pseud. See 
Routsky, Ellen. 



PETTIBONE, VERA LEE. 
Ackley Acres. See Knowlton, Lucia 
K. ' 



PETTICOAT varieties. See Hewson, 
Isabel Manning. 



PFEFFER und salz. See Mordo, 
Renato. 



PHANTASMS. See Chard, Standish. 

PHANTOM Lady. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 46. 



PHANTOM weapons. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2240-1465" 

PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER HADASSAH. 
See Hadassah. Philadelphia chapter. 



PHILIP of Macedon. See Drake, 
Gertrude Georgina. 

PHILLIPS, IRNA. 
Radio Stardust, chapter 1. Designed 
as the basis of a radio serial drama. 
© Radio scripts, inc., Chicago; lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 7488. 
Whom God hath joined. Designed as 
the basis of a radio serial drama. © 
Radio scripts, inc., Chicago; lc 
8F-'1>47; D unp. 7515. 

PHILLIPS, IRVING WALTER. 

The Galloping Hat, a farce comedy 
in three acts. © Irving Walter 
Phillips, North Hollywood, Calif.; 
lc 14Jan47;D unp. 6888. 

Now and forever, a comedy in three 
acts; based on the Saturday evening 
post story by Myna Lockwood. i 
Irving Walter Phillips, North Holly- 
wood, Calif.; lc 13May47; D unp. 
9238. 

PHILLIPS, PHILLIP W. 
Are you making any money ? A play 
in three acts. © Phillip W. Phillips, 
New York; lc 29Mar47; D unp. 8507. 

PHILLIPS, PHOEBE MARIE. 
Black and white. A play in three scenes. 
© Phoebe Marie Phillips, Collingswood, 
N. J.; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 8456. 

PHILOMANDA, the Panda. See Diamond, 
Richard. 

PHINNESSEE, L. T. 
Christianity Shiloh's empire. 1 leaf. 

Sermon. © L. T. Phinnessee, East 

St. Louis, 111.; lc 5Feb47; C 1142. 
Neglection. 1 leaf. Sermon. © L. 

T. Phinnessee, East St. Louis, 111.; 

lc 5Feb47; C 1140. 
The plow that was left in the furrow. 

1 leaf. Sermon. © L. T. Phinnessee, 

East St. Louis, 111.; lc 5Feb47; C 1138. 
The Prodigal Son. 1 leaf. Sermon. % 

L. T. Phinnessee, East St. Louis, 

111.; lc 5Feb47; C 1137. 
The program of the Upper Room. 1 leaf. 

Sermon. © L. T. Phinnessee, East 

St. Louis, 111.; lc 5Feb47; C 1139. 
Pure religion. 1 leaf. Sermon. © L.T. 

Phinnessee, East St. Louis, 111.; lc 

5Feb47; C 1141. 

PHOENIX aground. See Heyden, Victor. 

PHONE the woman. See Broadhurst, 
George. 

PHONO. See Jones, Ernest T. 

PHYSICS and art. See Ives, Herbert 
E. 

PICCIRILLO, LOUIS MATHEW. 
Land o' gold; or, Sierra stars. An 
operetta of California's bonanza days, 
in three acts. Text only. -3 Louis 
M. Piccirillo, Berkeley, Calif.; lc 
23Jun4 7; D unp. 9630. 

THE PICK-A-HIT program. See Mor- 
house, L. Judson. 



PICK and choose. See Jackson, Clar- 
ence S. 

PICK your winner. See Draper, Walt. 

PICKET on the hearth. See Gross, 
Seymour. 

PICNIC. See Foojie and the magic 
harp. 

THE PICTURE of Dorian Gray. See 
Overman, Frederick Valle. 

PICTURE on the wall. See Ciabattari, 
Mary Angela. 

THE PIE -EYED Piper of Hamlin. See 
Green, Robert Arch. Somewhere in 
the West, no. 1. 

PIERCE, CARL WEBSTER. 
Girl gets boy, a comedy in three acts. 
Boston, Baker's plays; [etc. 1947] 
82 p. diagr. 19cm. (Baker s royal- 
ty plays) © Walter H. Baker company, 
Boston; 17Feb47;D pub. 7782. 

PIGALLE. See Cohen, Edward. 

PIGEON feather. See Boiler, Ruth 
Lawrence. 

THE PIKERS' club. See Dean, Archer 
Griffin. 

PILGRIM'S progress. See Taylor, 
Jabez. 

PILLARS of power. See Burrell, 
Percy Jewett. 

PILOT, ROBERT MARVIN. 
Music by Pilot, a new idea in music; 
audition script I. Text only. © Robert 
Marvin Pilot, Chicago; lc 14Feb47; 
C 1168. 

PINCUS, ABRAHAM. 
Yesterday's evil, a play in three acts, 
by A. P. Mollison [pseud.] and Elkan 
E. Snyder. B Elkan E. Snyder and 
Abraham Pincus (A. P. Mollison), 
New York; lc 2Feb47; D unp. 7668. 

THE PINKERTON man. See Hughes, 
Russell S. 

PINNEY, RUSSELL F. 
The four senses, a half -hour radio show. 
© Russell F. Pinney, New York; lc 
6Mar47;D unp. 7951. 

PISTASCHIO. See Foojie and the magic 
harp. 

PITHER, JANE STOCKDALE. 
The nursery school of the air, a radio 
program for children of pre -school 
age. Written and produced by Jane 
Stockdale Pither and Marion C. 
Hult. Episode 1. 3 Jane Marie 
Pither (Jane Stockdale) Evanston, 
111. and Marion Catherine Hult, Chi- 
cago; lc 3Jun47; D unp. 9518. 

PITOU, PEGGY. 
The quack and the dead, a musical com- 
edy in two acts. Text only. © Peggy 
Pitou, Bayside, N. Y.; lc 14Apr47; 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



D unp. 8 700. 

A PITY for the living. See The eternal 
light, no. 80. 

A PLACE like this. See Meyerson, 
Seymour. 

THE PLAN. See Morrison, Samuel N. 
How to sell retail newspaper advertis- 
ing, no. 3. 

PLANNED selling. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

PLANTATION tales. See Reisewitz, 
Ellen Anna. 

PLATT, LOUISE. 
Aphrodite, suggested by the French 
novel by Pierre Lou'ys. A play in 
three acts. © Louise Piatt, North 
Guilford, Conn.; lc lljun47; D unp. 
10280. 

PLAUTUS, T. MACCIUS. 
Mercator, source title. See Wilmurt, 
Arthur. Roman holiday. 

PLAY ball. See Geto, Alfred David. 

PLAY CLUB, INC. 

Easter tidings. See Hark, Mildred. 

The festered lily. See Duthie, Her- 
mine. 

The joker. See Finch, Marjorie. 

Music hath charms. See Hark, Mild- 
red. 

The underground river. See Sarton, 
May. 

PLAY party. See Moss and Ronice, 
radio enterprises. 

PLEASANT dreams. See Stern, Harold 
S. 

PLEASURE cruise, Feb. 5, 1947. See 
Meredith, William. 

PLENI-POTENT advertising. See 
O'Connor, Walter G. 

THE PLOW that was left in the furrow. 
See Phinnessee, L. T. 

PLUNKY, the donkey. Paskman, Dailey. 

POE, EDGAR ALLAN. See Barrie, 
Leslie. Valley of unrest. 

POINT your toe. See Miles, Isadora. 

A POISON plate for the Cisco Kid. See 
The Cisco Kid, no. 138A. 

POISTER, JOHN J. 
The glittering hope. A radio drama. 

© John J. Poister, Des Moines; lc 

21May47; D unp. 9388. 
The mark of Shiva. A mystery radio 

drama. © John J. Poister, Des Moines; 

lc 21May47;D unp. 9387. 
Sargasso street, a play in three acts. © 

John J. Poister, Des Moines; lc 

27Apr47; D unp. 8997. 

POLICE award program. See Waters, 
James F. 



POLICE hero program. See Waters, 
James F. Police award program. 

POLICEWOMAN: MARY SULLIVAN- 
DETECTIVE. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Lord, 
inc. © Lord, inc., New York. 

29. Dec. 1, 1946. Case of the 
faithless wife. © lc 21Jan47; 
D unp. 7104. 

30. Dec. 8, 1946. Case of the 
two red-heads. © lc 21Jan47; 
D unp. 7098. 

31. Dec. 15, 1946. Case of the 
eccentric aunt. © lc 21Jan47; 
D unp. 7099. 

32. Dec. 22, 1946. Case of the 
broken hand. © lc 21Jan47; 
D unp. 7100. 

33. Dec. 29, 1946. Case of the 
kind hearted widow. © lc 
21Jan47;D unp. 7101. 

34. Jan. 5, 1947. Case of the 
dancing shoes. © lc 21Jan47; 
D unp. 7102. 

35. Jan. 12, 1947. Case of the 
shattered bottle, ©lc 21Jan27; 
D unp. 7103. 

36. Jan. 19, 1947. Case of the 
black limousine. © lc 30Jan47; 
D unp. 7273. 

3 7. Jan. 26, 1947. Case of the 
handsome scoundrel. © lc 
30Jan47; D unp. 7275. 

38. Feb. 2, 1947. Case of the 
lying sweetheart. © lc 7Feb47; 
D unp. 7485. 

39. Feb. 9, 1947. Case of the 
missing guest. © lc 14Feb47; 
D unp. 7566. 

40. Feb. 16, 1947. Case of the 
cat -thief. © lc 22Feb47;D unp. 

' 7687. 

41. Feb. 23, 1947. Case of the 
master-mind gambler. © lc 
27Feb47;D unp. 7784. 

42. Mar. 2, 1947. Case of the 
missing footprints. © lc 
8Mar47; D unp. 7987. 

43. Mar. 9, 1947. Case of the 
stolen wrist watch. © lc 
14Mar47; D unp. 8119. 

44. Mar. 16, 1947. Case of the 
vanishing waitress. © lc 
29Mar47; D unp. 8405. 

45. Mar. 23, 1947. Case of the 
mysterious beggar. © lc 
29Mar47;D unp. 8406. 

46. Mar. 30, 1947. Case of the 
nine pound roast. © lc 6Apr47; 
D unp. 8536. 

47. Apr. 6, 1947. Case of the 
beautiful nurse. © lc 15Apr47; 
D unp. 8736. 

48. Apr. 13, 1947. Case of the 
deceitful husband. © lc 23Apr47; 
D unp. 8898. 

49. Apr. 20, 1947. Case of the 
dance of death. © lc 2May47; 
D unp. 9071. 

50. Apr. 27, 1947. Case of the 
lonely wife. © lc 2May47; Dunp. 
9072. 

51. May 4, 1947. Case of the 
international criminals. © lc 
18May47; D unp. 9322. 

52. May 11, 1947. Case of tha 
sleeping baby. © lc 18May47; 
D unp. 9323. 



53. May 18, 1947. Case of the car- 
nival murder. © lc 2 7May47; 

D unp. 9394. 

54. May 25, 1947. Case of the dead 
blackmailer. © lc 14Jun47;D unp. 
10335. 

POLITICAL strings. See The Green 
Hornet, nos. 798, 800. 

POLITICS. See 
Albright, Phillip. 
Gosden, Freeman. 

POLLOCK (JULIAN G.) COMPANY. 
Easy money. Basic format for radio 
program. © Julian G. Pollock co., 
Philadelphia; lc 27Mar47; C 1319. 

POLLY Preston Cinderella. See 
Miller, Betty. 

THE POLTERGEIST. See Harvey, 
Frank. 

POMEROY, RALPH JOSEPH. 
The chimney of King Rene; a defini- 
tion for theater by Ralph Pomeroy, 
with music by Darius Milhaud. In 
7 scenes. Text. only. © Ralph 
Joseph Pomeroy, Winnetka, 111.; 
lc 17Apr47;D unp. 8776. 

PONY rider. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2200-1425. 

PONY rides, two pins. See Cheatham, 
Mary Louise Kempe. 

A POOL room seminar on a collitch 
edjucation. See Sibelius, Stanley. 

POOR Richard. See Hennessy, Ed- 
ward. 

POP says no. See Weston, Ardeth 
Burgess. 

POPA, ELI. 
Give us this day, a play in three 
acts. © Eli Popa, jr., East Chicago, 
Ind.; lc 12Jan47;D unp. 6921. 

POPKIN, ZELDA. 
Dark legend. See Fraenkel, Helene 
Esberg. 

POPLAWSKI-TENARD, JULIAN. 
Little Kitty and big politics, a comedy 
in three acts, by Julian Poplawski- 
Tenard; translation from Polish by 
Richard Ordynski. © Richard 
Ordynski, New York; lc 3Feb47; 
D unp. 7432. 



POPSICLE prize parade. 
Will C. 



See Grant, 



PORCHER, BETSY BROWN. 
Fanciful follies. Film script. © 
Betsy Brown Porcher, San Francis- 
co; lc each 12May47. 

Part 1. Magic for their majesties. 

D unp. 9576. 
Part 2. Winter carnival. D unp. 

9577. 

PORCUPINE steaks. See Erickson, 
Jane Mary. 



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PORTER, GARRET. See Exploring 
the unknown. 

PORTER, IRENE E. 
Special delivery male, a comedy in 
three acts. Boston, Baker's plays 
[1947] 70 p. diagr. 19cm. (Baker's 
royalty plays) S Walter H. Biker 
co., Boston; 16Jun47; D pub. 10398. 

PORTER, ROSE ALBERT. 
The ears of an ass, a play. In three 
acts. © Rose Albert Porter, 
New York; lc 17Apr4 7; D imp. 8780. 

PORTRAIT of an American. See 
Reader's digest — radio edition, no. 58. 

PORTRAIT of mother. See Hogan, 
Frank. 

POST, BOB. 
Beat your gums. See Moore, Marion. 

POST Christmas. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 40. 

POST office. See Moody, Ralph Roy. 

THE POSTMAN always blows twice. 
See Mason, Margaret. Margaret Ma- 
son's letter box. 

POTPINKO, JOHN JOSEPH. 
The bells of San Romay, a musical 
comedy in three acts; libretto and 
music by J. J. Potpinko. Text only. 
© John Joseph Potpinko, Coatesville, 
Pa.; lc 12]un47; D unp. 9587. 

POTTS Palatial. See Lovelace, John Hay 
wood. Hotel Palatial. 

LA POUPEE, source title. See Walker, 
Don. The fabulous doll. 

POWELL (A. M.) COMPANY. 
It's time to sell again. See Powell, 
Alton Maurice. 

POWELL, ALTON MAURICE. 
It's time to sell again, sales refresher 
series. In five episodes. A sales 
training sound-slide-film. © A. M. 
Powell co.. Port Huron, Mich.; lc 
each 30Mar47. 

1. Feeling in selling. C 1412. 

2. Understanding in selling. C 1416. 

3. You talk, but you're not heard. 
C 1413. 

4. Your message must get through. 
C 1414. 

5. Your company, it's products, 
and you. C 1415. 

POWELL, JAMES FRANCIS. 
A Yankee dutchess, a comedy in two 
acts. © James F. Powell, Norwalk, 
Conn.; lc 16May47; D unp. 9288. . 

THE POWER of suggestion. See The 
adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 26. 

THE POWER of the press. See Bush- 
nell, Adelyn. Eight radio plays. 

POWER-CARTWRIGHT, CARMEL. 
For dilettantes only. Lecture. <£ 
Carmel Power-Cartwright, Chicago; 



lc 25Feb47; C 1186. 

POWERS (RALPH) PRODUCTIONS. 
Dopey driver, safety announcements. 

See Ross, Arthur Mitchell. 
Seeing is believing. See Ross, Ar- 
thur Mitchell. 

POWERS, VERNE. 
High window, a drama in one act. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson [1946J 
36 p. illus. 21cm. © Row, Peterson 
and co., Evanston, 111.; 4Nov46; 
D pub. 10187. 

POWERS, WINONA L. 

The creative impulse. A radio com- 
edy. © Hallock E. Hoffman, Pasa- 
dena, Calif.; lFeb47; D pub. 7975. 

Encyclopedia ferrantica. Radio play 
in one act. © Hallock E. Hoffman, 
Pasadena, Calif.; lFeb4 7; D pub. 
7976. 

Interlude. Radio play. © Hallock E. 
Hoffman, Pasadena, Calif.; lFeb4 7; 
D pub. 7969. 

THE PRACTICAL man. See Houston, 
Gemma d'Auria. 

THE PRAIRIE burner. See Walsh, 
Henry. 

PRATT, HAROLD OLIVER. 

With all thy getting. A play in three 
acts. © Harold Oliver Pratt, Chi- 
cago; lc 13Apr47; D unp. 8702. 

PRATT, VIRGINIA ETHEL. 
The Jean Adore show. A play by Jean 
Adore [pseud.] 9 Virginia Ethel 
Pratt (pen name Jean Adore), Chi- 
cago; lc 7Apr47; D unp. 8525. 

PRECISION cost system, a compen- 
dium of costs for the apparel industry. 
See Goodenow, Earle A. 

PRELACY OF THE ARMENIAN APOSTA- 
LIC CHURCH IN AMERICA, INC. 
Etchmiadzin. See Boyajian, Zabelle C. 

PREMIER bal. See Spaak, Charles. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Board of Christian education. 

Dynamite, limited. See Stang, 

Sara K. 

A PRESENT for Bellerophon. See 
Sosin, Jean Edward. 

PRESENTING Babe Ruth. See Reader's 
digest — radio edition, no. 60. 

PRESES, PETER. 
Der bockerer, dramatisches possen- 
spiel in drei akten, von Peter Preses 
und Ulrich Becher. £J Peter Preses 
and Ulrich Becher, New York; lc 
19Mar47; D unp. 8184. Correcting 
D unp. 8 79. 

PRESNELL, ROBERT R., JR. 
The urgent air, a play in three acts 
on the side of comedy. S 1 Robert H. 
Presnell, jr., Van Nuys, Calif.; lc 
17Jan4 7; D unp. 6980. 



PRESNELL, ROBERT R., SR. 
Weep no more, a comedy -drama. 
Adapted from an Italian play entitled 
Lo sbagllo di essere vivo, by Aldo de 
Benedetti. In three acts. Robert 
R. Presnell, sr., Los Angeles; lc 
29May4 7;D unp. 10083. 

PRESTON, DAVID. 

Lilacs tor George, a play in three 
acts. Based on characters from the 
novel, Grim grow the lilacs, by 
Marion Randolph. David Preston, 
Abilene, Tex.; lc 12May4 7; D unp. 
9240. 

The sea of glass, a play in three acts. 
© David Preston, Abilene, Tex.; 
lc 12May47; D unp. 9241. 

To-morrow we conquer, a play in 
three acts. © David Preston, 
Abilene, Tex.; lc 21Apr47; D unp. 
8857. 

PRESTON, JANE ELIZABETH. 
Destiny. A play in three scenes, t 
Jane Elizabeth Preston, Montclair, 
N. J.; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 8463. 

PRETEND play records. See Rogan, 
James Edward. 

PRETEND you're a cowboy. See 
Rogan, James Edward. 

PRETEND you're a deep sea diver, 
parts 1 and 2. See Rogan, James 
Edward. 

PRETEND you're a fireman. See 
Rogan, James Edward. 

PRETEND you're a lion tamer. See 
Rogan, James Edward. 

PRETEND you're a locomotive engineer. 
See Rogan, James Edward. 

PRETEND you're a tugboat captain. 
See Rogan, James Edward. 

PRETEND you're an airplane pilot. 
See Rogan, James Edward. 

PRETTY Boy. See Ferguson, Clifford 
Wesley. 

PRETTY little parlor. See Rice, Clai- 
borne Foster. 

LA PREUVE. See Daix, Didier. 

THE PREVARICATOR. See Stessin, 
Terenthy Trofimoff. 

PRICE, FANNIE KAHN. 
Easy money. See Kahn, Morton L. 

PRICE, ISABEL MAE. 
Ginny. A play in two scenes, t 
Isabel Mae Price, Scranton, Pa.; 
lc 4May47; D unp. 9104. 

PRICE, JOHN LEMAR. 
Labor pains. 15 leaves. A play. © 
John Lemar Price, jr., Cleveland 
Heights, O.; lc 18May47;D unp. 9304. 
Selling the boss. 10 leaves. A play. 
John Lemar Price, jr., Cleveland 
Heights, O.; lc 18May47;D unp. 9303. 



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PRICE, OLIVE. 
Rummage sale, a play in one act for 
eight women. Evanston, 111., Row, 
Peterson [1946 J 19 p. 21cm. © 
Row, Peterson and co., Evanston, 
111.; 2Dec46; D pub. 10184. 

THE PRICE of liberty. See The 
eternal light, no. 128. 

PRIDE, LEO BRYAN. 
Don't tell the old man, a play in 
three acts. © Leo Bryan Pride, 
Los Angeles; lc 27Mar47; D unp. 
8310. 

PRIDE and joy. See Rieck, Milton A. 

PRIDE and prejudice, source title. See 
Macnamara, Margaret. 

PRIEST, JACK V. 
Sheep and black sheep, a new one -act 
play. © Jack V. Priest, New York; 
lc 5Apr47;D unp. 8692. 

PRIESTLEY, JOHN BOYNTON. 
The long mirror, a play in three 
acts. London, French ltd. [1947] 
71 p. diagr. 22cm. (French's 
acting edition) © John Boynton 
Priestley, London; 27Mar47; Dpub. 
9547. 

PRINCE, NEAL ADAIR. 
Cry out Cassandra, a play. In three 
acts, prologue and epilogue. © 
Neal Adair Prince, Houston, Tex.; lc 
24Mar47;D unp. 8267. 

A PRINCE of a guy. See Frankel, 
Herbert. 

THE PRINCESS and the pie. See 
Higgins, Mary. 

THE PRINCESS and the prisoner. 
See Corcoran, Robert John. 

THE PRINCESS on the glass mountain. 
See Let's pretend. 

PRINDIVILLE, KATHLEEN. See 
Exploring the unknown. 

PRINDLE, JAMES P. 
Problem child. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
The song of the pioneer. See Wilding 

picture productions, inc. 
Storm over America. See Wilding 

picture productions, inc. 

LE PRINTEMPS des coeurs. See 
Delveaux, Fernand. 

THE PRINTER'S devil. See Morris, 
John Lawrence. 

THE PRISONER speaks. See Krem- 
lick, Kurt J. 

PRITCHARD, GLORIA CLINTON. 
Queen of the Nile, an opera. In 
three acts. Text only. © Gloria 
Pritclurd, St. Louis; lc 290ct46; 
D unp 7504. 

PRITCHER, EVELYN. 
Jessica, a play in three acts, by Evelyn 



and Leon Pritcher. © Leon Pritcher 
and Evelyn Pritcher, Los Angeles; 
lc 25Apr4 7;D unp. 9349. 

PRITCHER, LEON. 
Jessica. See Pritcher, Evelyn. 

PRIVACY. See Miller, James Pinck- 
ney. 

PROBLEM child. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

PROCTER AND GAMBLE COMPANY. 
See 

Joyce Jordan, M. D. 
Liie can be beautiful. 
Ma Perkins. 
The right to happiness. 
Road of life. 
Young Doctor Malone. 

THE PRODIGAL son. See 

The greatest story ever told, no. 3. 
Phinnessee, L. T. 

PRODUCING ASSOCIATES, INC. 
The smart set. See Dunbar, Barre. 

THE PRODUCT series, no. 5. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 
The little giants. 

PRODUCTION. See Hall, Herbert Dar- 
ling. Inside industry, no. 3. 

PROFITS. See Hall, Herbert Darling. 
Inside industry, no. 5. 

THE PROGRAM of the upper room. 
See Phinnessee, L. T. 

PROGRESS. See Hall, Herbert Darling. 
Inside industry, no. 7. 

PROGRESS report. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

PROGRESSIVELY yours. See Emerson, 
Edward. 

PROKOF'EV, SERGEI SERGEEVICH. 
Betrothal in a convent. See Blitz- 
stein, Marc. 

PROMETHEE enchafne. See Aeschylus. 

THE PROPER speaking elephant. See 
Lewis, Philip. 

PROUDFIT, ISABEL BOYD. 

Autumn cherry. See Appleton, 
Charles Leonard. 

My little girl, by Isabel Boyd. A play 
in three acts. © Isabel Boyd Proud- 
fit, New York; lc 13Jun47; D unp. 
10329. 

PROUDLY they'll stand. See Knouse, 
Lois Marie. 



PROUSE, HELEN RAE. 
Gullible and Gall. See 



Prouse, Peter. 



PROUSE, PETER. 
Gullible and Gall. A radio script by 
Peter Prouse, Helen Rae Prouse 
and John F. Clark. © Peter Prouse 
and Helen Rae Prouse, South Pasa- 
dena, Calif, and John F. Clark, 



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Pasadena, Calif.; lc 9Mar47; C 1239. 

PROXY for Joe. See Westervelt, 
George Conrad. 

PSEUDO secrets. See Dunham, Ethel 
Morgan. 

PSYCHIATRY in crime. See Exploring 
the unknown, Dec. 29, 1946. 

PSYCHOSOMATIC medicine. See 
Exploring the unknown, Nov. 24, 1946. 

PUGET, CLAUDE ANDRE, 1900- 
Theatre [t. 3] Le Saint-Bernard 
[comedie en cinq actes] La ligne 
de coeur [en trois actes] Paris, 
Rene Julliard [1946] 233 p. 20cm. 
(Sequana) © Claude Andre Puget, 
Paris; lDec46; D pub. 10401. 



PUN for the money. 
Maurice Joseph. 



See Condon, 



PURDY, JOSEPH H. 
Tom Jones: the romance of a found- 
ling. See Clarkson, Paul S. 

PURE religion. See Phinnessee, L.T. 

PURITY and the wolf. See Moss and 
Ronice, radio enterprises. 

THE PURITY of Peggy. See McNamee, 
Edward. 

PUSSY cat. See Sibelius, Stanley. 
The terror of the North. 

PUT and take. See_ Handy (Jam) or- 
ganization. 

PUTCH, WILLIAM HENRY. 
Reminisce with rum, a play in one 
act. © William H. Putch, Pittsburgh; 
lc 20May47; D unp. 9442. 

PUTTING out the moon. See McCall, 
Marie. 



PYLE, HOWARD. 
Farmer Brigg's boggart. 
Mary Thurman. 



See Pyle, 



PYLE, MARY THURMAN. 
Farmer Grigg's boggart, a play in two 
acts, adapted from a story by Howard 
Pyle. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson 
[1946] 50 p. 21cm. © Row, Peter- 
son & co., Evanston, 111.; 4Nov46; 
D pub. 10190. 



THE QUACK and the dead. See Pitou, 
Peggy. 

QUADROON ball. See Ventadour, 
Fanny. 

QUARTZ crystals. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

QUEEN of beauty. See McKinley, 
Edwin. 

QUEEN of hearts. See Mays, Mary 
Indiah. 






CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



QUEEN of the Nile. See Pritchard, 
Gloria Clinton. 



QUEEN'S WORK, INC. 
The captain leaves Laguna. See 

McGratty, Arthur R. 
The golden dower. See Lord, 

Daniel A. 
How the fairies came to Ireland. 

See Lord, Daniel A. 
Mary I Mary I See Lord, Daniel A. 



QUESTI fantasmi. See_ De Filippo, 
Eduardo. 



A QUESTION of ethics. See Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 467. 



THE QUEUE of Ki Lu. See Springer, 
Thomas Grant. 



A QUIET day in bed. See Leis, Isabel 
Stine. 



QUIGLEY, ROBERT. 
Diogenes O'Toole, a fifteen minute 
dramatic radio serial. Episode 15, 
The wheels of progress, by Robert 
Quigley and William Sears. Synop- 
sis of episodes 16 to 19. © Robert 
Quigley, New York; lc 8Feb47; 
D unp. 7547. 

THE QUILLIBUS of Dock-a-Rick. See 
Lichty, Justin. 

QUINN, DON^ 
A fascinatin' hunk of natural history. 

See Jordan, James. 
A lew notes on piano tuning. See 

Jordan, James. 
Fibber McGee and Molly. See Fibber 

McGee and Molly. (Radio program) 
It s all Greek. See Jordan, James. 
Strictly off the record. See Jordan, 

James. 
A visit to the dairy. See Jordan, 

James. 
WaUace Wimpole drops in. See 

Jordan, James. 



QUINN, FRANCIS HENRY. 
The three-cornered hat, adapted by 
Francis Henry Quinn from the novel 
by Pedro de Alarcon. A play in 
three acts. © Frank Quinn— Francis 
Henry Quinn, Los Angeles- lc 
21Jul46; D unp. 7743. 

QUINN, FRANK. See Quinn, Francis 
Henry. 



QUIZ KIDS. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by John B. 
Lewellen. © Louis G. Cowan, Chi- 
cago. 

339. Dec. 22, 1946. © lc 23Dec46- 
C 1043. 

340. Dec. 29, 1946. © lc 29Dec46- 
C 1029. 

341. Jan. 5, 1947. © lc 5Jan47; 
C 1063. 

342. Jan. 12, 1947. © lc 12Jan47; 
C 1065. 

343. Jan. 19, 1947. © lc 19Jan47; 
C 1084. 

344. Jan. 26, 1947. © lc 27Jan47; 
C 1105. 

345. Feb. 2, 1947. © lc 2Feb47; 
C 1118. 

346. Feb. 9, 1947. © lc 9Feb47; 
C 1153. 



347. Feb. 16, 1947. lc 16Feb47; 
C 1175. 

348. Feb. 23, 1947. S) lc 23Feb47; 
C 1192. 

349. Mar. 2, 1947. © lc 3Mar47; 
C 1206. 

350. Mar. 9, 1947. © lc 8Mar47; 
C 1262. 

351. Mar. 16, 1947. © lc 16Mar47 
C 1254. 

352. Mar. 23, 1947. © lc 23Mar47 
C 1282. 

353. Mar. 30, 1947. © lc 30Mar47 
C 1326. 

354. Apr. 6, 1947. © lc 6Apr47; 
C 1324. 

355. Apr. 13, 1947. ©lc 13Apr47; 
C 1339. 

356. Apr. 20, 194 7. © lc 20Apr4 7; 
C 1366. 

357. Apr. 27, 1947. © lc 27Apr47; 
C 1378. 

358. May 4, 1947. © lc 4May47; 
C 1395. 

359. May 11, 1947. S lc 12May47 
C 1408. 

360. May 18, 194 7. © lc 21May4 7 
C 1422. 

361. May 25, 1947. © lc 25May47 
C 1441. 

362. June 1, 1947. © lc 31May47; 
C 1460. 

363. June 8, 1947. © lc 8Jun47; 
C 1469. 

364. June 15, 1947. © lc 15Jun47; 
C 1476. 

365. June 22, 1947. © lc 22Jun47; 
C 1494. 

QUIZZING America. See Eatough, H. 
Campbell. 



RADAR. See The march of science. 

RADIO charades. See MacDonald, 
Harold Roberts. 

RADIO night court. See Keegan, 
Howard Thomas. 

RADIO PACKAGE FEATURES. 
The axeman's jazz. See Dorrity, 

Edward G. 
The harmoneers. See Morris, Paul. 
Johnny Storyteller. See Johnson, 

Charles W. 
The last chance. See Lashman, L. 

Edward. 
The man who wouldn't vote. See 

Dorrity, Edward G. 
My love song. See Morris, Paul. 

Operation Dixie. See Lashman, L. 
Edward. 

Suffer the little children. See Lash- 
man, L. Edward. 

The true Hebert story. See Dorrity, 
Edward G. 

The union primer. See Dorrity, 
Edward G. 

The wisdom of Solomon. See Lash- 
man, L. Edward. 

RADIO RACING ANALYST. (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Nicholas 
P. Dallis. © Rockwell C. Force, 
Toledo. 



Jan. 13, 1947. lc 12Jan47; C 1057. 
Jan. 20, 1947. lc 20Jan47; C 1066. 
Jan. 27, 1947. © lc 27Jan47; C 1101. 

RADIO SCRIPTS, INC. 
Radio stardust. See Phillips, Irna. 
Whom God hath joined. See Phillips, 
Irna. 

RADIO Stardust. See Phillips, Irna. 

RADIO treasure hunt. See Rankin, John 
Duff. 

RADIO'S outstanding theater of thrills. 
See Vodra, Richard J. 

HAGS to riches. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 34. 

RAILROAD survey. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2214-1439. 

THE RAILROAD trestle. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2221-1446. 

THE RAINDROP girl. See Jonas, Ann 
Hubert. 



THE RAJAH, 
no. 792. 



See The Green Hornet, 



RALSTON PURINA COMPANY. 
The brotherhood of rats. See Handy 

(Jam) organization. 
The first time in history. See Handy 

(Jam) organization. 
Get there first. See Handy (Jam) or- 
ganization. 
Make 'em your friends. See Handy 

(Jam) organization. 
The man who no's nobody. See Handy 

(Jam) organization. 
Man's ancient enemy. See Handy 

(Jam) organization. 
Zippers ... for Rockett's pockets. See 

.Hajidy (Jam) organization. 

RAM Matthews. See Oppenheimer, 
John Lewis. 

RAMM, GLADYS T. 
Return, a one act missionary play. 
© Gladys T. Ramm, Plainville.Conn.; 
lc 15Apr47; D unp. 8768. 

THE RANCHER'S secret and the Cisco 
Kid. See The Cisco Kid, no. 145A. 

RANDOLE, LEO. 
War and peace, opera in five acts and 
eleven scenes, based on Leo Tolstoy's 
War and peace. Music by Sergey 
Prokofiev; English libretto by Leo 
Randole, from the Russian libretto 
by Mira Mendelson. Libretto only. 
© Am-Rus music agency, inc., 
New York; lc 3May47; D unp. 9107. 

RANDOLPH, MARION. 
Grim grow the lilacs, source title. 
See Preston, David. Lilacs for 
George. 

RANDON, LEE. See 
The Green Hornet. 
The Lone Ranger. 
Nick Carter, master detective. 



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RANKIN, JOHN DUFF. 
Radio treasure hunt. Radio script. 
© John Duff Rankin, Baltimore; lc 
8Mar47;D unp. 7979. 

RANSON, CHARLES WARREN. 
The economic and social aspects of 
the helicopter. An address. © Charles 
W. Ranson, Cleveland; lc 20May47; 
C 1420. 

RAPP, MARTHA F. 
Greater love hath no man, a play in 
three acts, by Pat Rapp [pseud.] © 
Martha F. Rapp, New York; lc 
12Dec46; D unp. 7167. 

RAPP, PAT, pseud. See Rapp, Martha 
F. 

RASTUS and the lion-tamer. See Tobin, 
Jerome Francis Patrick. 

RAT race at Morgan's. See Cooke, 
Philip St. George. 

THE RATTLE. See Ciabattari, 
Mary Angela. 

THE RAVEN'S feather. See Haggart, 
John Daniel. 

RAVOLD, JOHN D. 
The wqrld is round, a play in three 
acts. © John D. Ravold, St. Louis; 
lc 28Feb47;D unp. 7942. 

RAWLEY, JAMES. 
California mission. See Wright, 
Gilbert. 

RAWLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. 
The seven last words of Christine, a 
play in three acts. © William Thomas 
Rawley, Worcester, Mass.; lc 21Feb47; 
D unp. 7690. 

RAYS of the sun. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2185-1410. 

RAYSHOW, INC. See 
The greatest story ever told. 
Reader's digest — radio edition. 

REACH, JAMES. 
A billet for Bill, a farce in three acts. 

New York, French; [etc., 1947] 82 p. 

diagr. 19cm. © Samuel French, 

New York; 14Mar47; D pub. 8375. 
Storm over Hollywood, a mystery - 

comedy in three acts. New York, 

French; [etc.] cl946. 82 p. diagr. 

19cm. © Samuel French, New York; 

1Nov46;D pub. 8323. 

READ, CLAIRE, pseud. See Davis, 
Claire H. 

READER'S DIGEST— RADIO EDITION. 

(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series, based on ar- 
ticles printed in Reader's digest, 
are by various authors. © Ray- 
show, inc., New York. 

55. Mar. 20, 1947. The gift of the 
Magi, by Robert Sloane. © lc 
21Mar47; D unp. 8697. 

56. Mar. 27, 1947. Yankee from 



Olympus, by Robert Sloane. © 
lc 28Mar47; D unp. 8936. 

57. Apr. 3, 1947. The man who con- 
quered Devil's Island, by Robert 
Cenedella. © lc 8Apr47;D unp. 
8535. 

58. Apr. 10, 194 7. Portrait of an 
American, by Robert Sloane. © 
lc 12Apr47; D unp. 8704. 

59. Apr. 17, 1947. Eleven against 
the Nazi A-bomb, by Robert 
Sloane. © lc 18Apr47;D unp. 
8804. 

60. Apr. 24, 1947. Presenting Babe 
Ruth, by Robert Sloane. © lc 
2May47;D unp. 9062. 

61. May 1, 1947. Doctor Mike, 
by Robert Cenedella. © lc 
HMay47; D unp. 9234. 

62. May 8, 1947. Uncle By's 

two wives, by Margaret Lewerth. 
© lc 18May47; D unp. 9315. 

63. May 15, 1947. Half way to Reno, 
by Robert Sloane. © lc 22May47; 
D unp. 9361. 

64. May 22, 1947. The Lion and the 
Mousie, by Robert Sloane. © lc 
27May47;D unp. 10043. 

65. May 29, 1947. Many moons, 
by Robert Cenedella. © lc 
10Jun47;D unp. 10277. 

66. June 5, 1947. The red-haired 
doll, by Robert Cenedella. © lc 
17Jun47;D unp. 10369. 

67. June 12, 1947. The doctor of 
Lennox, by Robert Sloane. © lc 
20Jun47;D unp. 103 79. 

68. June 19, 1947. Father Flanagan's 
toughest customer, by Robert Sloane. 
© lc 27Jun47; D unp. 10404. 

READY, STUART. 

The bonny Earl O'Moray, a modern 
comedy for women in one act. Lon- 
don, Deane; Boston, Baker inter- 
national play bureau [1947] 22 p. 
19cm. (Special play series) © 
Stuart Ready, Croydon, Surrey, 
Eng.; 5May47; D pub. 103 72. 

To-morrow's vengeance, a play in 
one act. London, Deane; Boston, 
Baker international play bureau 
[1947] 18 p. 19cm. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Stuart Ready, 
Croydon, Surrey, Eng.; 5May47; 
D pub. 10371. 

A READY made family. See King, 
Mary M. 

READY room. See Wead, Frank 
Wilber. 

REAP the whirlwind. See De Nair, 
Alice. 

REASONABLE facsimile. See Hart, 
Elizabeth. 

REASONABLE people. See Haas, 
Irwin. 

THE REASONABLE shores, source 
title. See Lewis, Therese. Runaway. 

REBACK, JANET. 
Sappho, a tragedy by Taylor Caldwell 
[pseud.] In six acts. © Taylor Cald- 
well, pseud, of Janet Reback, New York; 



lc 10Apr47;D unp. 8661. 

RECHT, CHARLES. 
Selector H one, as transcribed from 
recordings. Radio script. © 
Charles Recht, New York; lc 
14Apr47; D unp. 8733. 



•om 



RECOGNITION of the Holy See. See 
Harris, Lester Abraham. 

REC-O-QUEST. See Dick. Tames 
Allen. 

RECORD time. See. Seidman, Jules. 

RED angels. See Karren, Henny. 

RED clay and Doc Jenkins. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2207-1432. 

RED Davis, case history of. See 
Out of the dark. 

THE RED-HAIRED doll. See Reader's 
digest— radio edition, no. 66. 

THE RED parka. See Challenge of 
the Yukon, no. 471. 

THE RED setter. See Challenge of 
the Yukon, no. 481. 

RED shoes. See Johnson, Georgia 
Douglas. 

RED sky at morning. See Blankfort, 
Henry. 

REDFIELD (ROBERT H.) INC. 
Sky rovers. See Monett, Neg. 
Skyriders. See Arne, Florence. 

REDMOND, SAMUEL. 
Reunion with murder, a play in three 
acts. © Samuel Redmond, New 
York; lc 6Mar47;D unp. 7956. 

REED, LEWIS. See The Shadow. 

REELING, VIOLA CROUCH. 

Early Evanston and the organization 
of Fort Dearborn chapter of the 
Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion. A play in two scenes. © 
Viola Crouch Reeling, Evanston, 
111.; lc 8Jun47;D unp. 10342. 



REFLECTIONS in silver-green. See 
Leland, John Clark. 

REFLECTIONS in your wine glass. See 
McCarthy, Fred S. 



REGIL, LOUIS F. SOTELO- 
Sotelo-Regil, Louis F. 



See 



REGNER apres sa mort. See Monther- 
lant, Henry de. La reine morte. 

REICH, DORE. 
Listen my children, a play in three acts. 
© Dore Reich, Milwaukee; lc 2ljan47; 
D unp. 7010. 

REID, ROBERT O. 
Somebody loves me, a comedy in 
three acts. © Robert O. Reid, Ridge- 
field, Conn.; lc 19Apr45;D unp. 7316. 



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New matter: revision. Prev. reg. 
Here comes Charley, 12]ul44, Dunp. 
89626. 



KEIN, HAROLD E. 
My cup runneth over. 
Alfred D. 



See Moskowitz, 



HEINAR despues de mor ir. See Monther- 
lant, Henry de. La reine morte. 

LA REINE morte. See Montherlant, 
Henry de. 

REINES, BERNARD. 
Summer after next, a radio drama. 
© Bernard Reines, New York; lc 
10Jan47;D imp. 6865. 

REISEWITZ, ELLEN ANNA. 

Babiola, adapted from the story by 
Madame d'Aulnoy. Radio script. © 
Ellen Anna Reisewitz, San Leandro, 
Calif.; lc 20Jan47; D unp. 7037. 

Brer Rabbit and the little girl. Based 
on a story by Joel Chandler Harris. 
(Plantation tales) Radio script. © 
Ellen Anna Reisewitz, San Leandro, 
Calif.; lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7213. 

Plantation tales. Radio script. © 
Ellon Anna Reisewitz, San Leandro, 
Calif.; lc 20Jan4 7; D unp. 7038. 

REISS (KURT) THEATERVERLAG A.G. 
See Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g. 

REITZ, PHYLLIS. 
Bitter harvest, a Pennyslvania Dutch 
tale. In three scenes. © Phyllis 
Reitz, Northumberland, Pa.; lc 
20Apr4 7;D unp. 8841. 

REJECTION. See Palmer, Helen M. 

RELATIONS between labor and manage- 
ment. See Roe, James. 

RELLA, ETTORE. 
Ten-star general, a play in three acts. 
© Ettore Rella, New York; lc 2Mar47; 
D unp. 7870. 

REMARKABLE baby. See Kirkpatrick, 
John. 

THE REMEDY. See Moise, Ridgely. 
Steady work, no. 6. 

REMEMBER. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

REMICK, FRANK ALPHONSO. 
The gallant Gascon. See Perkins, 
David Fessenden. 

REMINISCE with rum. See Putch, 
William Henry. 

REMUNERATION. See Hall, Herbert 
Darling. Inside industry, no. 6. 

RENO, LELAND, pseud. See Reynolds, 
Earle L. 

RENT in advance. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 799. 

REPORT on planet. See Westing, Ralph 
Sutherland. 



REQUIEM. See Smolen, Walter. 

RESCUE. See Exploring the unknown 
Apr. 2 7, 194 7. 

RESCUE at the mill. See Capelle, Oli- 
ver B. Jean and Memphis Willie. 

RESIDENCE club. See Kaufman, Ralph 
Gato. 

THE RESTLESS spirit. See Chard, 
Standish. 

RESTORATION. See Birchfield, Leslie 

Emmett. 

THE RESURRECTION. See The greatest 
story ever told, no. 11. 

RETIREMENT investment. See Gantz, 
Joseph M. 

LE RETOUR. See Richard, Pierre- 
Maurice. 

RETURN. See Ramm, Gladys T. 

THE RETURN of Bella Garden. See 
Costigan, Piers. Dance now. 

THE RETURN of Nick Carter. See Nick 
Carter, master detective. 

RETURN of the missing witness. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 787. 

THE RETURN of the native. See Day- 
karhanova, Tamara. 

RETURN to Bedlam. See Russell, Roy. 

REUNION with murder. See Redmond, 
Samuel. 

DER RE VISOR. See Benatzky, Ralph. 

REVIVRE. See Benac, Jacques de. 

REVOLT at midnight. See Land, 
Charles Theodore. 

THE REVOLT of the angel. See Houk, 
Robert Van Aken. 

REWARD notice. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2212-1437. 

REYNOLDS, EARLE L. 
Bite the dust, a comedy in three acts, 
by Leland Reno [pseud.] © Earle L. 
Reynolds, Yellow Springs, O.; lc 
19May47;D unp. 9302. 
Solitude, a play in three acts, by Le- 
land Reno [pseud.] © Earle L. Rey- 
nolds, Yellow Springs, O.; lc 19May47; 
D unp. 9301. 

REYNOLDS, EDWARD. 
The Keye man. Script no. 1, Seeds of 
doubt, by Ed Reynolds and Larry Hol- 
comb. Radio script. © H. Lawrence 
Holcomb and Edward Reynolds, New 
Castle, Del.; lc 25Feb47; D unp. 7766. 

REYNOLDS, LILLIAN BILOR. 
Live and learn, a one act play. © 
Lillian Bilor Reynolds, Laguna Beach, 
Calif.; lc 20Mar47; D unp. 8744. 



REYNOLDS, SHELDON. 
On the nose. A play in two acts. © 
Sheldon Reynolds, New York; act II, 
lc 25Mar4 7; act I lc 29Aug46; Dunp. 
8541. 

RHOADS, CORNELIUS P. 
Fingerprints in medicine. New York 
Philharmonic -symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Dec. 15, 1946. © 
United States rubber co., New York; 
lc 8Jan4 7; C 1062. 

THE RHUMBA. See Shahin, Paul Joseph. 
Learn to dance the rhumba. 

RHYME without reason. See Dickason, 
Albert. 

RHYS Davies story. See The Adventur- 
ers' club, Mar. 8, 1947. 

A RIBBON for Nogah. See Milstead, 
Wallace L. 

RIC Riccardo story. See The Adven- 
turers' club, Apr. 26, 1947. 

RICE, CLAIBORNE FOSTER. 
Pretty little parlor, a play in three 
acts, by Claiborne Foster. Chicago, 
Dramatic pub. co. [1946] 102 p. plate. 
18cm. © Claiborne Foster Rice, New 
York; 12Dec46; D pub. 7042. Prev. 
reg. Call me Chlotilde, 24Mar43, D 
unp. 83719. 

RICE, MATTHEW. 

Rumpelstiltskin, adapted by Matthew 
Rice. Radio script. © Tone products 
corp. of America, New York; lc 3Jan47; 
D unp. 6790. 

Seven at a blow, adapted by Matthew 
Rice. Radio script. © Tone products 
corp. of America, New York; lc 
3Jan47; D unp. 6791. 

THE RICH full life. See Delmar, Vina. 

RICHARD, PIERRE -MAURICE. 
Le retour; ou, Les departes. Piece 
en trois actes. © Pierre-Maurice 
Richard, Angers, France; lc 3Jun47; 
D unp. 10287. 

RICHARD ain't openin' no door. See 
Valdera, Felix. 



RICHARDS, ANNA L. 
The seven gates of destiny. 
Martin, Lenoir Richards. 



See 



RICHARDS, DOROTHY. 
Time for everything. A play in four 
scenes. © Dorothy Richards, Allen- 
town, Pa.; lc 29Mar47; D unp. 8407. 

RICHARDS, ROBERT FULTON. 
Out where the earth begins, a play 
In three acts. © Robert Fulton 
Richards, Buffalo, Col.; lc 27Feb47; 
D unp. 7997. 

RICHARDS, STANLEY. 
The last spring, a serious comedy in 

three acts. B Stanley Richards, 

Brooklyn; lc 3Jan4 7; D unp. 6962. 
Mr. Bell's creation, a comedy in one 

act. © Stanley Richards, Brooklyn; 

lc 17Jun47; D unp. 10360. 



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RICHARDS, WALTER AULDON. 

The gift of the little shepherd, a radio 
play of the Nativity, by Walter Hank 
Richards. © Walter Auldon Richards, 
jr., Burbank, Calif.; lc 8Mar47; D imp. 
8001. 

Love on the line, with Peggy and Paul; 
by Walter Hank Richards. © Walter 
Auldon Richards, jr., Burbank, Calif.; 
lc 2May47;D unp. 9060. 

Wings to glory. The Cavalcade of 
America, broadcast Dec. 9, 1946. 
© E. I. du Pont de Nemours and co., 
Wilmington, Del.; lc 5Mar4 7; D unp. 
7885. 

RICHARDS, WALTER HANK. See 
Richards, Walter Auldon, jr. 

RICHARDSON, VIRGIL J. 
The Higgins touch. Acts two and three. 
© Virgil J. Richardson, New York; 
lc 6Mar47; D unp. 8346. 

RICHTON, ADDY. 
The atom and Evie, by Addy Richton 
and Lynn Stone. A play in three 
acts. © Addy Richton and Lynn 
Stone, New York; lc 13Jun47; D unp. 
10291. 

RICKLIS, HENRY. 
Let's hear your song. Radio script, 
April 9, 1947. © Henry Ricklis, 
Washington; lc 10Apr47;D unp. 
8856. 

RIDDELL, GILBERT. 
Friendly Venus, a farce in three acts, 
one set. © Gilbert Riddell, New York; 
lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7068. 

RIDGWAY, AGNES I. 
Millionaires alley. A radio play in four 
scenes. © Agnes I. Ridgway, Rock- 
ville Centre, N. Y.; lc 31Jan47; D unp. 
7296. 

RIDING the range. See Boyd, Oscar 
Beckwith. 

RIECK, ; MILTON A. 
A dog's life; a new, novel, half-hour, 

weekly, situation radio show. © 

Milton A. Rieck, New York; lc 

22May47; D unp. 9477. 
Guarded secrets; radio show. © Milton 

A. Rieck, New York; lc HMar47; 

D unp. 802 7. 
Many happy returns, a weekly half-hour 

novelty radio show. Script no. 1. © 

Milton A. Rieck, New York; lc 

14Mar47;D unp. 8989. 
Pride and joy, a new radio presentation, 

featuring the mothers and fathers of 

famous personaltties. © Milton A. 

Rieck, New York; lc 29Jan47;D unp. 

72 71. 

RIESENBERG, FELIX. 
Stories of the seven seas. No. 1, The 
Jonah, by Felix Riesenberg, jr., and 
Dick Bertrandias. Radio script. 
Includes synopses of twelve proposed 
stories. © Felix Riesenberg, jr., San 
Mateo, Calif.; lc lApr47; D unp. 8428. 

RIGGS, LYNN. 
Verdigris primitive, a play. In two acts. 



© Lynn Riggs, New York; lc 3Jun4 7; 
D unp. 9519. 

THE RIGHT start. See Morrison, 
Samuel N. How to sell retail news- 
paper advertising, no. 2. 

THE RIGHT TO HAPPINESS. (Radio 
program) 
Episodes in this series are by John 

M. Young. © Procter & Gamble co., 

Cincinnati. 

1867. Dec. 17, 1946. © Ic9jan47; 

D unp. 6840. 
1891. Jan. 20, 1947. © lc 29Jan47; 

D unp. 7409. 
1906. Feb. 10, 1947. © lc 9Mar47; 

D unp. 8015. 
1933. Mar. 19, 1947. © lc 7Apr47; 

D unp. 8491. 
1952. Apr. 15, 1947. © lc 12May47; 

D unp. 9164. 
1977. May 20, 1947. © lc 5Jun47; 

D unp. 10068. 

RILEY, ARLEN. 
Nightshade. A play in three acts. © 
Arlen Riley, New York; lc 21May47; 
D unp. 9571. 

THE RING. See Dr. Christian, no. 431. 

RING the bell. See Hewson, Isabel 
Manning. 

RINGER, TITUS. 
Areaway, a play in one act, two scenes. 

© Titus Ringer, New York; lc 2Feb47; 

D unp. 7459. 
The wayward suitcase, a one act play 

in two scenes. © Titus Ringer, New 

York; lc 2Feb47; D unp. 7460. 

RIOPEL, JULIEN. 
Un par cinq. Radio script. © Julien 
Riopel, Montreal; lc 4Apr47; D unp. 



Un par cinq. Radio script. £ 
Riopel, Montreal; lc 4Apr4' 
8464. 

RIP Van Winkle. See 
Fowler, Gene. 
Nathan, Gabriel. 



THE RISE of Cindy Moran. See Capelle, 
Oliver B. 

RISING, ALICE. 
Also Mrs. Jones, a play in two acts, 
by Alice and Lawrence Rising. © 
Alice and Lawrence Rising, New 
York; lc 2Jan47; D unp. 6739. 

RISING, LAWRENCE. 
Also Mrs. Jones. See Rising, Alice. 

RISLAKKI, ENSIO. 
That devil of a girl! The story of 
Ugly Elsa, an outrageous comedy in 
three acts. © Waino Kauno Latvala, 
New York; lc 31May47; D unp. 9514. 

RITTER, MARGARET LOUISE HILL. 
My only love, by Margaret Hill. A 
play in three acts. © Margaret Louise 
Hill Ritter, New York; lc 17Jun47; 
D unp. 9598. 

RITTS, PAUL. 
Carefree, a play in two acts by Brian 
O'Brien [pseud. ] and Paul Ritts. © 



Brian O'Brien, pseud, of Graeme and 
Sarah Lorimer, Haverford, Pa. and 
Paul Ritts, Havertown, Pa.; lc 
30Nov46; D unp. 7330. 
Carefree, a play in two acts by G. S. 
MacNamara [pseud.] and Paul Ritts. 
© G. S. MacNamara, pseud, of 
Graeme and Sarah Lorimer, Haver- 
ford, Pa. and Paul Ritts, Havertown, 
Pa.; lc 10Jan47; D unp. 7331. 

THE ROAD beyond. See Kelley, Winni- 
ford David. 

ROAD OF LIFE. (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by Howard 
Teichmann. © Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 

2408. Dec. 5, 1946. © lc 9Jan47; 

D unp. 6842. 
2433. Jan. 9, 1947. © lc 29Jan47; 

D unp. 7410. 
2457. Feb. 12, 1947. © lc 9Mar47; 

D unp. 8017. 
2472. Mar. 5, 1947. © lc 7Apr47; 

D unp. 8489. 
2498. Apr. 10, 1947. © lc 12May47; 

D unp. 9162. 
2520. May 9, 1947. © lc 5Jun47; 

D unp. 10069. 

ROBAIN, JACQUES. 
La nuit du diable; comedie en trois 
actes de Jacques Robain [pseud. ] © 
Jacques Robain (pseudo. de Georges 
Nodinot) Evreux, France; lc 22Jan47; 
D unp. 7049. 

ROBB, WILBER JACKSON. 
Bleed in the blood! 1 leaf. Poem. 
© Wilber Jackson Robb, Bartlesville, 
Okla.; lc 20Jan47; C 1108. 

ROB BINS, EMILY FRANCES. 
Conqueror, a drama. In four acts. 
Revised. © Emily Frances Robbins, 
New York; lc 20Feb47; D unp. 7847. 
Prev. reg. Vinci, 2Oct20; D 55674. 

ROBERT Alexander Schumann, his story 
and his music. See Machlis, Joseph. 

ROBERTS, GORDON. 
Jupiter. See Boissy, Robert. 
Lute without echo, a play. In three acts. 
© Gordon Roberts, New York; lc 
16Apr47; D unp. 8764. 



ROBERTS, LINDA, pseud. 
Helen M. 



See Palmer, 



ROBERTS, MARION ALICE. 
Sunday afternoon in Boston, a musical 
comedy; book by Marion A. Roberts, 
lyrics by Bob Guest and Marion 
Roberts, music by Marion A. Roberts. 
In four scenes. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Marion Alice 
Roberts, Boston; lc HApr47; D unp. 
1191. 

ROBERTS, MARY GANDY. 
The crucifixion and resurrection, an 
Easter playlet in two parts, adapted 
from the Bible. © Mary Gandy 
Roberts, Dallas; lc 7Apr47; D unp. 
8486. 

ROBERTSON, GUY. 
The king who could not laugh. See 



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Carroll, Paul Vincent. 

HOBEY, KEN, pseud. See Kobitschek, 
Kurt. 

ROBINS, BETTY. 
The Jasper stone. See Robins, Sam. 

KOBINS, SAM. 
The Jasper stone, a play in three acts, 
by Sam Robins and Betty Robins. 
Sam Robins and Betty Robins, Brook- 
lyn; lc 8Feb47; D unp. 7513. 

ROBINSON, CHARLES. 
Incident in Connecticut, a play in three 
acts by Charles and Michael Robin- 
son. © Charles Robinson, New York, 
and Michael Robinson, Stockton, N.J.; 
lc 14Jan4 7;D unp. 688 7. 

ROBINSON, DAVID. 
The intruder, a play in three acts. © 
David Robinson, Los Angeles; lc 
12Jun47;D unp. 10355. 



ROBINSON, MICHAEL. 
Incident in Connecticut. 
Charles. 



See Robinson, 



ROBITSCHEK, KURT. 
A home of your own, a comedy in three 
acts, by Ken Robey [pseud. J and M.H. 
Zerwick-Peck [pseud. ] ^> Kurt Rob it - 
schek, New York; lc lApr47; D unp. 
8935. 

ROBLEY'S time. See Baskerville, Robley 
Susan. 

ROBY, PAUL, pseud. See Evrard, Robert. 

ROCK BOUND. See Birnkrant, Samuel. 

ROCKETS away. See The march of 
science. 

ROCKEY, ORDEAN. 
Our last tomorrow, a play. In three acts. 

© Ordean Rockey, San Diego, Calif.; 

lc 2Mar47; D unp. 7848. 
Tommy, a play in seven scenes. © 

Ordean Rockey, San Diego, Calif.; lc 

24Dec46;D unp. 6718. 

ROCKING M wildcats. Se£ Dake, Frances 
Delle. 

ROCKWELL, GEORGE. 
Little Gnaw man, the mouse who lost his 
tail. Recording script. 3 George 
Rockwell, Southport, Me.; lc 12Feb47; 
D unp. 7576. 

RODELL, JOHN S. 
Little women. See Vanguard films, 
inc. 

RODERICK, BON1TA JOYCE. 
The keen teens. See Spencer, Norman. 

THE RODIN statue. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 788. 

RODMAN, HOWARD. 
A long life and a merry one. Radio 
script broadcast Apr. 4, 1947. © 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
New York; 4Apr47; D pub. 8666. 



ROE, JAMES. 

The cause of cancer, a lecture. © 
James Roe, Chicago; lc 8Jan47;C 1046. 

The cause of heart troubles and heart 
failure, a lecture. t> James Roe, 
Chicago; lc 7May47; C 1396. 

The cause of tuberculosis and the 
physiological actions which take place 
in this disease; a lecture. © James 
Roe, Chicago; lc 12Feb47; C 1173. 

Relations between labor and manage- 
ment, and management and labor. 
Lecture. © James Roe, Chicago; lc 
3Feb47; C 1131. 

ROEBURT, JOHN. 
Dark memory; original drama and 
screenplay. 3 John Roeburt, New 
York; lc 8Feb47; D unp. 7495. 

ROGAN, JAMES EDWARD. 
Pretend play records. Recording scripts. 
© James Edward Rogan, Plainfield, 
N. J.; lc each 25Feb47. 

Record 1, side A. Pretend you're 

an airplane pilot. D unp. 8282. 
Record 1, side B. Pretend you're 

a locomotive engineer. D unp. 8283. 
Record 2, side A. Pretend you're a 

cowboy. D unp. 8284. 
Record 2, side B. Pretend you're a 

fireman. D unp. 8289. 
Record 3, side A. Pretend you're a 

lion tamer. D unp. 8285. 
Record 3, side B. Pretend you're a 

tugboat captain. D unp. 8286. 
Record 4, side A. Pretend you're a 

deep sea diver. D unp. 8287. 
Record 4, side B. Pretend you're 

a deep sea diver, part 2. D unp. 

8288. 

ROGNONI, ANGELO. 
Mita e Golu', una dramma in tre atti. 
© Angelo Rognoni, Pavia, Italia; lc 
10Feb47; D unp. 7672. 

ROHDE, WILLIAM L. 
Opportunity unlimited, a comedy by 
William L. Rohde and Harry Bliven. 
16 leaves. © Film group, inc., 
Springfield, Mass.; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 
7072. 



ROHN, ELISSA R. 
Rose Simon. 



pseud. See Kohn, 



ROL1NG, AUDREY M. 
They also serve. A play in one scene. 
© Audrey M. Roling, Wantagh, N. Y.; 
lc 22Apr47; D unp. 8856. 

ROMA WINE COMPANY. 
D minus one. See Vodra, Richard J. 

ROMAN holiday. See Wilmurt, Arthur. 

ROMANCE in grey. See Johnson, Philip. 

THE ROMANCE of a foundling. See 
Clarkson, Paul S. Tom Jones. 

THE ROMANCE of Robert and Clara 
Schumann. See Millman, David. 

ROMANO, ARMANDO. 
The inseparable twain, a drama in 
three acts. © Armando Romano, 
Brooklyn; lc 31Dec46; D unp. 7286. 



KOMANO, MICHAEL A. 
The marriage clinic. Radio script. 
i) Michael A. Romano, Chicago; lc 
27Apr47; D unp. 9014. 



ROMBERG, Mrs. ARNOLD, 
berg, Margaret King. 



See Rom- 



ROMBERG, MARGARET KING. 
Wreath of heaven. A play in three 
acts. © Margaret King Romberg, 
Austin, Tex.; lc 24May47; D unp. 
9382. 

ROMEO only. See Brenner, Vladimir. 

ROMERO, FEDERICO. 
Los pajaros; comedia en tres actos, 
en verso. Original de Federico 
Romero y Guillermo Fernandez- 
Shaw. [Madrid, Imprenta Langa y 
cia. 1946] 155 p. 18cm. © Feder- 
ico Romero and Guillermo Fernan- 
dez-Shaw, Madrid; lDec46; D pub. 
6977. 

RONELL, ANN. 
Oh! Susanna. See Ryerson, Florence. 

ROOM for two. See Sanborn, Audrey. 

ROOS, WILLIAM JOSEPH. 
A comedy of eras. Radio play. © 
William Joseph Roos, Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, Md.; lc 18Mar47; 
D unp. 8639. 

THE ROOSEVELT story. See Klee, 
Lawrence M. 

ROPE to hang. See Freedman, Hyman. 

ROSAMOND, LLOYD K. 
This above all, a play. In three acts. 
© Lloyd K. Rosenmond, New York; 
lc 3Jun47;D unp. 10071. 

ROSCO, the horse on the merry-go- 
round. See Hueston, Billy. 

ROSEMARY. See^ Foojie and the magic 
harp. 

ROSEN, AL. 
Good girl. See Green, Eric Mawby. 

ROSEN, BERNICE L. See Moss and 
Ronice, Radio enterprises. 

ROSEN, HERBERT H. See Moss and 
Ronice, Radio enterprises. 

ROSEN, VICTOR. 
Lead on, my heart. See Waring, Dorothy. 

ROSENBAUM, IRWIN S. 
True as any man, a comedy in three 
acts. © IrwinS. Rosenbaum, Cin- 
cinnati; lc 22Feb47; D unp. 7813. 

ROSENBERG, HAROLD. See The eternal 
light. 

ROSENBERG, JOSEPH. 
William Colford, a play in three acts. 
© Joseph Rosenberg, West Orange, 
N. J.; lc 26Feb47; D unp. 7762. 

ROSENCRANS, LEO S. 
For farmers only. See Wilding picture 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



productions, inc. 

ROSENFELD, SOPHIE (KOFFLER) 
Flame in the doorway. A play in two 
acts, by Sophie Koffler. © Sophie 
Rosenfeld, Rochester, N. Y.; lc 
8Apr47;D unp. 8581. 

ROSENFIELD, IDA. 
Peter Rabbit and McGregor; play by 
Ida Rosenfield, music by Henry 
Owen. A dramatic composition 
for recording. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Ida Rosenfield, 
New York; lc 10May47;D unp. 1199. 

ROSENMOND, LLOYD K. See Rosamond, 
Lloyd K. 

ROSENTHAL, SYLVIA. 
The city sings for Michael. Music 
by Alex North, text by Sylvia Rosen- 
thal. A dramatic musical composi- 
tion for recording. © Alex North 
and Sylvia Rosenthal, New York; lc 
lMar47;D unp. 1190. 

ROSS, ARTHUR MITCHELL. 

Dopey driver, safety announcements. 
Script no. 1. © Ralph Powers pro- 
ductions, Baltimore; lc 20May47; 
D unp. 9552. 

Seeing is believing. A Ralph Powers 
television production. © Ralph 
Powers productions, Baltimore; 
lc 29May47; C 1451. 

ROSS, BOB. See The march of science. 

ROSSER, DOROTHY JACQUELINE. 
Heaven regained. A play in five 
scenes. © Dorothy Jacqueline 
Rosser, Allentown, Pa.; lc 12May47; 
D unp. 9202. 

ROSSI, GIOVANNI. 
La madre rivelatasi, melodramma in 
tre atti. La trilogia di Rossi, parte 
prima. © Giovanni Rossi, Palermo, 
Italy; lc 13Jan47; D unp. 7804. 

ROSTAND, EDMOND, 1868-1918. 
Cyrano de Bergerac, source title. 
See Ceiley, Leonard. Lion heart. 

ROSTEN, HEDDA. See The eternal 
light. 

ROSTEN, NORMAN. See The eternal 
light. 

ROTARY CLUB, NEW YORK. 
The story of Deane Hawkins. See 
Arnold, Wade. 

ROTE, ZELA. 
The most dangerous game, a morality 
play in two acts. © Zela Rote, Holly- 
wood; lc 16May47; D unp. 9294. 

ROTHBARD, MOLLIE. 
Love without mustard, a play in ten 
scenes and two acts. © Mollie 
Rothbard, New York; lc HFeb47; 
D unp. 7805. 

ROTHSCHILD, KENNETH FRANKLIN. 
Spin of the wheel, a comedy. In a 
prologue and two acts. © Kenneth 
Franklin Rothschild, Indianapolis; 



lc 9Mar47;D unp. 7999. 

ROTT, JACK. 
Bluebeard's sixth wife, by Jack Rott 
and Irwin Mandell. Radio play. © 
Jack Rott and Irwin Mandell, New 
York; lc 13Feb47; D unp. 7778. 

ROTTER, FRITZ. 
The empty years, by Fritz Rotter and 
Elissa R. Rohn [pseud.] A play in 
three acts. © Fritz Rotter and 
Rose Simon Kohn, Los Angeles; 
lc 16Jun47; D unp. 10341. 

ROUND robin. See Dunn, Maurice 
Tei. 

ROUND trip to Chicago. See Stinson, 
Joan Barbara. 

ROUNDUP time at the circle AG. See 
Brill (Glenn) advertising agency. 

ROUSSIN, ANDRE. 
La Sainte Famille, comedie en trois 
actes. (In Les Oeuvres libres. 
Nouv. ser., no. 12, 238. Paris, 
Librairie A. Fayard [1946] 19cm. 
p. [239]-318) © Pierre Cailler, 
Geneva, Switzerland; lSep46; 
D pub. 7423. 

ROUTIER, SIM ONE. 
Notre-Dame du bel amour. See Paul- 

Emile, s6^ur. 
Our Lady of fair love. See Paul-Emile, 

soeur. 

ROUTSKY, ELLEN. 
Interlude, by Yelena Petrovna [pseud.] 
with R. Lawrence Stallard. A play in 
three acts. © Ellen Routsky, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y.; lc 12Jun47; D unp. 
9585. 

ROW, PETERSON AND COMPANY. 
An almost lonely Christmas. See 

Kelley, Betty. 
Balcony scene. See Elser, Donald. 
Changed command. See Wefer, 

Marion. 
Chaoming, the bright and clever one. 

See Haynes, Lyla Waterbury. 
Farmer Grigg's boggart. See Pyle, 

Mary Thurman. 
Flag of the free. See Welch, Eliza- 
beth. 
Four for fun. See Fisher, Aileen. 
Four in a fix. See Fisher, Aileen. 
High window. See Powers, Verne. 
Little Black Sambo. See Wadsworth, 

Mildred. 
Mind-set. See Young, Merle Bouton. 
Noble David. See Harper, Louise. 
Pepper-pot Princess. See Adair, 

Margaret Weeks. 
Rummage sale. See Price, Olive. 

ROWLEY, PATRICIA K. 
Haphazard honeymoon, by Patricia 
Bryant [pseud.] A play in three acts. 
© Patricia K. Rowley, New York; 
lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8794. 

ROYAL wedding. See Foojie and the 
magic harp. 

ROYALTY. See Editions Royalty. 



ROYCE, RIZA MARIA. 
To catch the wind, a drama in two acts. 
3 Riza Maria Royce, New York; lc 
7Mar47; D unp. 8629. 

ROYLE, EDWIN MILTON. 
Launcelot and Elaine, source title. 
See Royle, Josephine Fetter. 

ROYLE, JOSEPHINE FETTER. 
The gooseherd and the goblin, fairy 
operetta in one act, based on the play 
of the same name by Constance D'Arcy 
Mackay; libretto by Josephine Fetter 
Royle, music by Julia Smith. ©Julia 
Smith, New York; lc 3Mar4 7; D unp. 
1163. Copyright claimed on music. 
Launcelot and Elaine, an opera in 
prologue and three acts, from the 
play of the same name by Edwin 
Milton Royle. Libretto by Josephine 
Royle, music by Antonio Lora. Text 
and music in separate volumes. © 
Josephine Fetter Royle and Antonio 
Lora, New York; lc 2May47; D unp. 
1195. 

THE RUBAIYAT of Misitheus. See 
Napier, LeRoy. 

RUBEN, RACHEL H. 
You only marry once, a comedy -drama 
in three acts. © Rachel H. Ruben, 
New York; lc 25Feb47; D unp. 7745. 

RUBIN, EDWARD ELI. 
People look alike. A television-radio 
show. © Edward Eli Rubin, Trenton, 
N. J.; lc 22Jan47;D unp. 8718. 

RUBIN, HYMAN. 
It's never been done before, an original 
farce in one act. © Hyman Rubin, St. 
George, N. Y.; lc 4Jun47; D unp. 9643. 

RUBIN, LAWRENCE A. 
The whiz quiz. Radio script 1-A. © 
Whiz quiz, Detroit; lc 13Dec46; 
C 1034. 

RUMBOLD, ZOE (AKINS) See Akins, 
Zoe. 

RUML, WENTZLE. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

RUMMAGE sale. See Price, Olive. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. See 
Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows) 
Rice, Matthew. 

RUMPUS on Olympus. See Sammon, 
Patrick F. 

RUN sheep run. See Donath, Stella 
Marie. 

RUNAWAY. See Lewis, Therese. 

RUNAWAY railroad. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2202-1427. 

RUPP, EDWARD D. 
Doctor Weird, by Eddie Clever [pseud.]. 
Radio program. © Edward D. Rupp, 
New Cumberland, Pa.; lc 9Mar47; 
D unp. 8076. 






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RUSCOLL, JOSEPH. 
Lee Fountain comes of age. See 
The Columbia workshop, Nov. 2, 1946. 

RUSSELL, FRANK LISCUM. 
This was tomorrow, a play in three acts. 
Frank Liscum Russell, Oakland, 
Calif.; lc 20Feb47; D unp. 8074. 

RUSSELL, FREDERICK A. 
Murder in mind, a comedy in one act. 
© Frederick A. Russell, Cincinnati; 
lc HApr47; D unp. 8673. 

RUSSELL, ROY. 
Return to Bedlam, a comedy, based on 
an original idea by Gerald Madden. 
In three acts. © Roy Russell, London; 
lc l2May47; D unp. 9398. 

THE RUSSIAN question. See Simonov, 
Konstantin Mikhailovich. 

RUSTLERS' round-up. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2242-1467. 

THE RUSTLER'S trick and the Cisco 
Kid. See The Cisco Kid, no. 141A. 

RUTH, HAMPTON DEL' See Del Ruth, 
Hampton. 

RUTH, LEE, pseud. See Wolkow, Lee 
Ruth. 

RUTH, MARY EMILY. 
The feeling of home. A play in one 
scene. © Mary Emily Ruth, Teaneck, 
N. J.; lc 25Apr47; D unp. 8960. 

RYERSON, FLORENCE, 1894- 

The divine Flora, a comedy by Florence 
Ryerson and Colin Clements. In three 
acts. © Colin Clements and Florence 
Ryerson Clements, Los Angeles; lc 
28Apr47; D unp. 9037. 

Oh! Susanna, a comedy with music, 
by Florence Ryerson and Colin 
Clements; score and lyrics by Ann 
RoneU, based on the songs of Stephen 
Foster. School version. In two acts. 
Text only. © Colin Clements, Los 
Angeles; Florence Ryerson (Clements) 
Los Angeles; Ann Ronell, Canoga Park, 
Calif.; lc 18May47; D unp. 9424. New 
matter: revision. Prev. reg. 29Nov45, 
D unp. 96170; 18Apr46, D unp. 2677. 



RYNE, HAROLD E., pseud. See 
Harold E. 



S 



Rein, 



SACHAR, NAOMI B. 
Until tomorrow. A play in three scenes. 
© Naomi B. Sachar, Plainfield, N. J.; 
lc lApr47; D unp. 8416. 

SACHS, HILDA DOROTHY. 
Let's read a book. Radio script. © 
Hilda D. Sachs, New York; lc 16May47; 
D unp. 9516. 

SACHS (MORRIS B.) INC. See Morris 
B. Sachs amateur hour. 



SADDLER, DONALD EDWARD. 

The scarlet letter, a ballet scenario 
based upon the book by Nathaniel 
Hawthorne. © Donald E. Saddler, 
Santa Monica, Calif.; lc 25Mar46; 
D unp. 7385. 

Untitled ballet: The woman had waited .. 
6 leaves. © Donald E. Saddler, Santa 
Monica, Calif.; lc 25Mar46; D unp. 
7386. 

SAEGER, MARIAN. 
Heart trouble, a one act comedy, i 
Marian Saeger, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
5Apr47; D unp. 8466. 

THE SAFETY patrol. See Grant, Lee. 

SAFFRON, ROBERT MORRIS. 
Love is too young, a comedy in three 
acts. © Robert Morris Saffron, 
New Haven, Conn.; lc 22Mar47; 
D unp. 8228. 



THE SAGA of Spring Grove. 
Campbell, Gyda Hallum. 



See 



THE SACRED flame. 
Hugh Robert Allen. 



See Donnelly, 



SAGA of the West. See Gunkle, Olga 
Edith. Song of the sage. 

SAGE, EMMA. 

Country cousin. Radio script by Emy 
Sage. © Emma Sage, Chicago; lc 
16Feb47; D unp. 8075. 

Love's message, by Emy Sage. Radio 
script. © Emma Sage, Chicago; lc 
2Mar47;D unp. 8574. 

Stephen Matthews. See Stephen Matt- 
hews. (Radio program) 

SAIDY, FRED. 
Finian's rainbow. See Harburg, Edgar 
Y. 

LE SAINT -BERNARD. See Puget, Claude 
Andre. Theatre, t. 3. 

ST. CLAIR, ROBERT, 1898- 
The ghost house, a mystery -comedy in 
three acts. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer 
pub. co., cl946. 100 p. diagr. 19cm. 
© Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la.; 30Dec46; D pub. 7669. 



ST. FRANCIS and the wolf, 
roll, Paul Vincent. 



See Car- 



ST. GEORGES AND KEYES, INC. See 
Exploring the unknown. 

ST. PATRICK'S day in the morning. 
See Bolinger, Margaret E. 

ST. RAPHAEL, the angel. See Mcln- 
tyre, John Thomas. 

LA SAINTE Famille. See Roussin, 
Andre. 

SAKALL, S. Z. 
O. P. A. in Africa, a play in one act. 
© S. Z. Sakall, Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
lc HFeb47; D unp. 8102. 

SAKALL, SZOKE. See Sakall, S. Z. 

SAKOFF, KATHRYN. 
Time of snow. See Martinez Sierra, 
Gregorio. 



SALACROU, ARMAND. 
Les nuits de la colere, piece en deux 
parties; avec un portrait de 1 autsur 
par Andre Masson. [Paris jGalli- 
mard |1947J 182, | 1 J p. port. 
19cm. © Librairie Gallimard, 
Paris; 20Mar47; D pub. 10320. 

SALAWAY, LOWELL EVANS. 
The devil you say, a play in three 
acts. -' Lowell Evans Salaway, 
Elmhurst, 111.; lc 23Jan47; D unp. 
7083. 

THE SALE and how to make it. See 
Leicht, Raymond W. 

SALLY Lunn. See Walmsley, Leo. 

SALTZMAN, ALBERT NORMAN. 
Angry stones, a modern tragedy. In 
three acts. 9 A. Norman Saltz- 
man, Belleville, Pa.; lc 7Jun47; 
D unp. 9559. 

SAMBERG, BENJAMIN. 

Bar mitzveh speech, a dramatico- 
musical composition; story, words 
and music by Benny Bell [pseud. J 
© Benjamin Samberg, Brooklyn; 
lc 2Feb47; D unp. 1152. 

Yiddish radio broadcast, a dramatico- 
musical composition; story, lyrics 
and music by Benny Bell [pseud] 
© Benjamin Samberg, Brooklyn; lc 
2Feb47; D unp. 1153. 

A SAME. See Schwartz, Clara. 

SAMMON, PATRICK F. 
Rumpus on Olympus, a one act comedy. 
© Patrick F. Sammon, Oak Park, 111.; 
lc 26Feb47;D unp. 7765. 

SAMSON an' Delilah. See Payne, Mar- 
garet Christina. 

SANBORN, AUDREY. 
Room for two, a play in two acts by 
Audrey and Robert Sanborn. I 
Audrey and Robert Sanborn, Holly- 
wood; lc 20Dec46; D unp. 6725. 

SANBORN, ROBERT. 
Room for two. See Sanborn, Audrey. 

SANCHEZ, GEORGE I. 
Cranford -Sanchez animated and live 
action sound motion pictures method 
for teaching languages. A lecture 
delivered by Dr. George I. Sanchez 
to his seminar in Inter-American 
education and culture contacts at the 
University of Texas, on Jan. 13, 
1946. 9 Peter G. Cranford and 
George I. Sanchez, Austin, Tex.; lc 
6Feb47; C 1130. 

SANDCREEK. See Sanderlin, Jane. 

SANDERLIN, JANE. 
Sandcreek, a drama in three acts, 
by Jane Sanderlin and Leslie Watson. 
© Jane Sanderlin, Council, N. C, 
and Leslie Watson, Chapel Hill, 
N. C; lc 30Sep46; D unp. 6721. 

SANDERSON, VIDA. See Milloy, Vida 
Sanderson. 



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SANDOVAL, JOHN S. 
Build we here a mission, a pageant 
commemorating the one hundred 
fiftieth anniversary of the founding 
of Mission San Jose. In eight scenes. 
© John S. Sandoval, Hayward, Calif.; 
lc 7Apr47; D unp. 8523. 

SANDS, ALAN. 
The love merry-go-round, a burlesque 
of radio panels, by Alan Sands and 
Jesse Kaplan. © Jesse Kaplan and 
Alan Sands, Brooklyn; lc 12Feb47; 
D unp. 8022. 

SANDS, KATHERINE. 
Turmoil, a three -act play. © Katherine 
Sands, Dallas; lc 23Jan47; D unp. 7154. 

SANDWEISS, JEROME WESLEY. 
Noah's lark: a prefabricated story. 
A play in two acts. © Jerome Wes- 
ley Sandweiss, University City, Mo.; 
lc 21May47; D unp. 9443. 

SANDWICH man. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 3 7. 

SANFORD, STEPHEN J. 
Spring is in the air, a comedy in three 
acts. © Stephen J. Sanford, West 
Redding, Conn.; lc 29Apr47;D unp. 
9013. 

SANGSTER, MARGARET. See Joyce 
Jordan, M. D. 

SANTA Claus. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 39. 

SAPPER, source title. See Kedas, 
Peter. Lonely, I go. 

SAPPHO. See Reback, Janet. 

SARABHAI, BHARATI DEVI. 
Two women, a play in three acts. © 
Bharati Devi Sarabhai, Ahmedabad, 
India; lc 12Apr47; D unp. 8717. 

SARD, ELLIS. See Sard, Russell 
Ellis. 

SARD, RUSSELL ELLIS. 
Sitting in the water, a play in fourteen 
scenes with chorus, by Ellis Sard. © 
Russell Ellis Sard, jr., New York; lc 
13May47; D unp. 9231. 

SARDOU, VICTORIEN. 
La Tosca, source title. See Dace, 
Edwin Wallace. Death of a fascist. 

SARETT, MORTON R. 
Invitation to life. (World security work- 
shop, no. 11) Radio script broadcast 
Jan. 23, 1947. © Morton R. Sarett, 
New York; lc 7Feb47; D unp. 7492. 

SAREYAN, ALEXANDER. 
Forgotten children. See Neher, Jack. 
The Kopec's dilemma. See Neher, 
Jack. 

SARGASSO street. See Poister, John J. 

SARGENT, JOHN SINGER. 
The Three Graces; or, The Wyndham 
sisters. See Armstrong, Alta Florence. 



SARPEDON. See Melon, Pierre. 

SARTON, ELEANOR MAY. See 
Sarton, May. 

SARTON, MAY, 1912- 
The underground river, a play in three 
acts. New York, Play club, inc., 
cl947. 72 p. 20cm. © The Play 
club, inc., New York; lApr47; D pub. 
9410. 

SARTRE, JEAN PAUL. 
Unburied dead; or, The victors. A 
play in four acts, by Jean Paul Sartre; 
translated from the French by John 
Boruff. © John Perry Boruff, jr., 
Mt. Kisco, N. Y.; lc 28Jan47; D unp. 
7174. 

SASLAW, OTTO. 
Mathematical theory of cell energy 
relativity towards cancer growth, 
science lecture. © Otto Saslaw, 
Red Bank, N. J.; lc 14Jun47; C 1477. 

SASSANO, ANTHONY A. 
Edge formation. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
John Martin and son. See Wilding 

picture productions, inc. 
The little giants. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
The magic sphere. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
The second chance. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
The sixth sense. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 

SATAN in technicolor. See Coningham, 
John Fitzroy Evelyn. 

A SATIRE. See Schram, John Jacob 
Michael. 

SAUL of Tarsus. Se£ Morrison, Mar- 
garet. 

SAVE, O save life. See McGowan, 
Geraldine lone. 

SAVED from the fate of her sister. See 
McKendree, Marion Speed. 

SAVELL, RICHARDSON. 
Peace cell, a drama in rime. In three 
acts. © Grand print publishers, 
Brookline Village, Mass.; 5May47; 
D pub. 9126. 

SAX, SIMON G. 
Aaron Shanks. See Cook, Joseph C. 

SAYERS, MICHAEL. 

Kathleen, a comedy in three acts. © 
Michael Sayers, New York; lc 
18Jun47;D unp. 10358. 

The life and good times of Joe Miller, 
a musical comedy in two acts by 
Michael Sayers, Sam Shaw, and 
Harry Henderson. Text only. © 
Michael Sayers, Sam Shaw and 
Harry Henderson, New York; lc 
20May47;D unp. 9317. 

SAYRAHDER, MARY-EUNICE. 
The young Cabrini, a biographical drama 
in three acts. © Mary -Eunice Sayrad- 



der, Brooklyn; lc 23Feb47; D unp. 
7689. 

SAZZMAN, SIGMUND. 

Avramal Menogin. A folk play in two 
acts. Yiddish text. © Sigmund Sazz- 
man, Brooklyn; lc 27Mar47; D unp. 
8565. 

Malka Kuchleffel. Comedy in three 
acts. Yiddish text. © Sigmund 
Sazzman, Brooklyn; lc 2 7Mar47; 
D unp. 8564. 

Menasche the peddler. 53 leaves. 
A play. Yiddish text. © Sigmund 
Sazzman, Brooklyn; lc 28May47; 
D unp. 10106. 

LO SBAGLIO di essere vivo, source 
title. See Presnell, Robert R. Weep 



SCALAWAGS in Hollywood. See Simms, 
Marion. 

SCALPEL, please. See The march of 
science. 

THE SCARLET letter. See Saddler, 
Donald Edward. 

THE SCENT of death. See The Shadow, 
no. 284. 

SCHABER, ERIC CARL. 

The Dr. Stefan program, by Erich 
von Schilling [pseud.] Radio script. 
© Eric Carl Schaber, North Holly- 
wood, Calif.; lc 5Jan47;D unp. 6963. 

Old-Heidelberg, by Erich von Schill- 
ing [pseud. J Radio script. ©Eric 
Carl Schaber, Hollywood; lc 6Jan47; 
D unp. 6782. 

SCHAEFER, JACK. 
The lights dim. A radio script. © 
Jack Schaefer, Buffalo; lc 28Feb47; 
D unp. 8077. 

SCHEID, FRANCIS J. 
Yes, Mr. Ledergerber, a comedy of 
the cinema; by Francis J. Scheid and 
Charles David Forrest. In three acts. 
© Francis J. Scheid and David For- 
rest, Burbank, Calif.; lc 27May47; 
D unp. 10035. 

THE SCHEMERS. See Cooksey, Curtis. 

SCHENK, LUCY LEWIS. 
Trolley day. See Schenk, Rosaneil 
Reynolds. D unp. 9201. 

SCHENK, ROSANEIL REYNOLDS. 
Trolley day, a one act play in three 
scenes. © Lucy Lewis Schenk, Des 
Moines; lc 10May47;D unp. 9201. 

SCHEURER, BETTY. See Scheurer, 
Elizabeth Jane. 

SCHEURER, ELIZABETH JANE. 
On attributes; or, It just so happened. 
A play in one act by Betty Scheurer. 
© Elizabeth Jane Scheurer, Elkins 
Park, Pa.; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 8452. 

SCHIFF, CHESTER. 
Think if you like, a one act play. © 
Chester Schiff, New York; lcl7Apr47; 



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D unp. 8783. 

SCHIFFNER, ALEXANDER. 
Top news of the week in the light of 
Bible prophecy. Address. © Alex- 
ander Schiffner, Spokane; lc26Feb47; 
C 1194. 

SCHILLING, ERICH von, pseud. See 
Schaber, Eric Carl. 

SCHILLING, ROY E. 
Kid sister. See Paquette, John C. 

SCHIMMEL, ROBERT. 
Coming my way; comedy in three acts, 
by Robert Carlay [pseud.] Boston, 
Baker's plays; [etc., 1947, cl946] 
96 p. 19cm. (Baker's royalty plays) 
S Walter B. Baker co., Boston; 
HJan47;D pub. 704 7. 

SCHIZOPHRENIA. See Benny, Jack. 

SCHLAAK, OTTMER FRANKLIN. 
Ceiling unlimited, a comedy on the 
housing situation. In three acts. © 
Ottmer Franklin Schlaak, Oshkosh, 
Wis.; lc 20Feb47; D unp. 7679. 

SCHLEIFER, MILTON. 
Old stories with new covers, an adult 
radio show. © Milton Schleifer, 
New York; lc 12Mar47;D unp. 8079. 

SCHMECK, HARRY. 
Maid to order. See Johnson, William. 

SCHMERTZ, CHARLES BAYE. 
Can you guess--who, by Charles 
Baye. A television audience partici- 
pation program. -3 Charles Baye 
Schmertz, New York; lc 17Mar47; 
D unp. 9073. 
Funnytime, by Charles Baye. A tele- 
vision production program. © Charles 
Baye Schmertz, New York; lc23May47; 
D unp. 10037. 

SCHMITT, FRANCIS O. 
The structural basis of life. New York 
Philharmonic -symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Jan. 19, 1947. © 
United States rubber Co., New York; 
lc 26Jan4 7; C 1132. 

SCHMOCK, MILLARD M. 
The chivaree; or, The Morning boys. 
A play in four acts. © Millard M. 
Schmock, Chicago; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 
7871. New matter: revisions and 
additions. Prev. reg. The ruffed 
grouse; 19Jul43; D unp. 84863. 

SCHONDAU, MARGUERITE. 
Concert going in Constitution hall. 
1 leaf. Address. © Marguerite 
Schondau, Washington; lc 9Jan47; 
C 1069. 

SCHOOL bus. See Smith, Betty. 

SCHOOL episode. See Duke, Alvah C. 
Bringing up Butch, no. 1. 

THE SCHOOL for scandal, source title. 
See Kearney, James Ross. The new 
school for scandal. 



SCHRADER, CAROL RENE Z. 
Commandment of the heart. A play 
in three scenes. ' Carol Renee 
Schrader, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
25Apr4 7; D unp. 8959. 

SCHRAM, JOHN JACOB MICHAEL. 
The last crusade, a fantasy in three 
acts. © John Michael Schram, New 
York; lc lApr47; D unp. 8426. 
A satire, by Johnny Schram. A play 
in three acts. © John Jacob Michael 
Schram, Naw York; lc 13Jun47; D unp. 
10292. 

SCHRANK, JOSEPH. 
The magnificent gourmet, a comedy in 
three acts. © Joseph Schrank, Er- 
winna, Pa.; lc 14Feb47; D unp. 7567. 

SCHUBERT, BERNARD. 
One notion indivisible, a social comedy 
in three acts. © Bernard Schubert, 
Hollywood; lc 21Apr47; D unp. 8859. 

SCHUBERT. See Whitworth, Walter. 
Musical pages, no. 3. 

SCHULTHEIS, JACK LAIRD. 
Sea of days, a play in three acts by 
Jack Laird, pseud. © Jack Laird 
Schultheis, New York; lc 26Apr47; 
D unp. 9040. 

SCHUMACHER, WALTER. 
The turn of the turtle. See Colonna, 
Claudia. 

SCHWARTZ, CLARA. 
A same; radio play by Clara Schwartz 
and Manita Holboe, translated by 
Rigmor Bielefeldt. © Manita Louise 
Holboe, Copenhagen; lc 3Sep46;Dunp. 
10316. 

SCHWARTZ, GRACE. 
One world ballet, by Nirska [pseud.] 
A synopsis. © Grace Schwartz (bet- 
ter known under stage name of 
Nirska) New York; lc 28Mar47; 
D unp. 8355. 

SCHWARTZENSTEIN, SIGMUND. 
On Duke of Gloucester street. See 
Anderson, Charles L. 

SCIENCE and standards. See Condon, 
Edward U. 

SCIENCE highlights of 1946. See 
Exploring the unknown, Dec. 22, 1946. 

SCOOP the press. See Bender, Fred 
Michael. 

SCOOPER goes rip-porting. See Stessin, 
Terenthy Trofimoff. 

SCORE champ score. See Chartock, 
Samuel M. 

SCORN the lowly. See Sechter, Sylvia. 

SCOTT, FRANCIS MARION. 
It's a deal. See Muheim, Harry Miles. 

SCOTT, JOY. 
Claytus and Cordelia. See Hall, Donoho. 



SCOTT, ROBERTSON CORY. 
Rec-o-quest. See Dick, James Allen. 

SCOTT, THOMAS J. 
Claytus and Cordelia. See Hall, Dono- 
ho. 

SCRAMBLED eggs. See Clark, Helen. 
M. 

SCREEN movie stars night. See 
Hernandez, Silvio. 

SCRIPT for records. See Pacific 
mutual life insurance company. 

SCRIPT for spring concert of the 
Nassau chorus, Malverne high school, 
New York. See Stone, Roy. 

THE SCUDDIEVAIGS. See Wallenstein, 
Marcel. 

SEA of days. See Schultheis, Jack 
Laird. 

THE SEA of glass. See Preston, 
David. 

SEAL on the heart. See Gibson, Wil- 
liam. 

SEAL upon the heart. See Gibson, 
William. 

SEANCE with death. See The Shadow, 
no. 300. 

THE SEARCH for the rules helpful in 
determining invention. See Zabel, 
Max W. 

SEARCH no more. See Kaye, Paul. 

SEARS, WILLIAM. 
Diogenes O'Toole. The wheels of 
program. See Quigley, Robert. 

A SEASON in hell. See Dalven, Rae. 

SEBASTIAN, MARK, pseud. See 
Meyerson, Seymour. 

SEBBY, SAM RAYMOND. 
The Magic circle theatre. Radio 
script. © Sam Raymond Sebby, jr., 
Los Angeles; lc each 20Jan4 7. 

Dec. 22, 1946. Mr. Smith is Santa 

Claus. D unp. 7029. 
Dec. 29, 1946. Death walks Seventh 

avenue. D unp. 7030. 

SECHTER, SYLVIA. 
Scorn the lowly, a play in three acts, 
by Sylvia Sechter and Seena M. 
Hamilton. © Sylvia Sechter and 
Seena M. Hamilton, New York; lc 
16Feb47;D unp. 7641. 

SECOND answer. See Melcher, 
Marguerite Fellows. 

SECOND chance. See 
Beckmann, Ruth Adele. 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 

THE SECOND choice. See D'Ascensio, 
Irma Lou. 



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THE SECOND mile. See The greatest 
story ever told, no. 7. 

THE SECOND railing. See DiDato, 
Carmelo J. 

SECOND season. See Luten, Florence 
May. 

SECOND sight. See Berger, Ludwig. 

SECOND vision. See Hammerman, 
Dan. 

SECRET machine. See Folgner, 
Arthur Maxwell. 

THE SECRET of Crapo quality. See 
MacNaughton, H. 

SECRET recipe. See Lorentz, Louise 
Merrow. 

SECRET ritual of Pi Kappa Phi sorority. 
See Bouvier, Rosetta H. 

THE SEED. See Divine, Audrey M. 

SEEDS of doubt. See Reynolds, Ed- 
ward. The Keye man. 

SEEING is believing. See Ross, Arthur 
Mitchell. 

SEGAL, ANNE KAHAN. 
Crossroads. See Kagan, Benjamin. 

SEGAL, ETHEL. 
A night in Palestine. Narrative with 
music and dancing. Text only. © 
Philadelphia chapter Hadassah, 
Philadelphia; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 7857. 

SEGAL, ZELICK. 
Cafe Domino. Television script. © 
Video associates, inc., New York; lc 
4Jun47; D unp. 10056. 

SEGALL, DOROTHY J. 
The blindfolded lady. See Segall, 
Harry. 

SEGALL, HARRY. 

The blindfolded lady, an original screen- 
play. © Dorothy J. Segall, Hollywood; 
lc 4May47;D unp. 9077. 

Chronicle, a play in two parts. © Harry 
Segall, Hollywood; lc 14Jan47; D unp. 
6872. 

SEIDMAN, JULES. 
Record time, a television program. © 
Jules Seidman, New York; lc 20Apr47; 
D unp. 8849. 

SEILER, CONRAD. 

Jail break, a comedy in one act. © 
Conrad Seiler, Hollywood; lc 17Mar47; 
D unp. 8342. 

Why I am a bachelor; comedy in one act 
... New version. New York, Dramatists 
play service [1947] 29 p. 19cm. © 
Conrad Seiler, Hollywood; 16Jan47; 
D pub. 7045. New matter: substantial 
additions to text. Prev. reg. 25Apr28, 
D 83648. 

SELDEN, ALBERT. 
When in Rome. See Marshall, Mortimer 



SELDEN, Mrs. IRVING H. 
Selden, Margaret. 



See 



SELDEN, MARGARET. 
A matter of opinion, a comedy in three 
acts. © Mrs. Irving H. Selden 
(Margaret), Tacoma; lc 10Feb47; 
D unp. 7469. 

SELECTOR H one. See Recht, Charles. 

SELLARS, ELEANORE KELLY. 
Three strings to her bow. A comedy 
drama in three acts. © Eleanore 
Kelly Sellars, New York; lc 21May47; 
D unp. 9453. 

SELLIN' any heaven today? See 
Simetti, Otto. 

SELLING the boss. See Price, John 
Lemar. 

SELLING the home market. See 
Handy 0am) organization. 

SENSE of fulfilment. See Stessin, 
Terenthy Trofimoff. 

SERGEANT Snafu. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 417. 

SERINO, JAMES VINCENT. 
Boundless shame, a melodramatic 

play in one act and ten scenes. © 

James Vincent Serino, Lynn, Mass.; 

lc 14Jan47;D unp. 6916. 
Jeff Scott. 92 leaves. A play. © 

James Vincent Serino, Lynn, Mass.; 

lc 10Apr47;D unp. 9262. 
There are such things, a play in four 

acts. © Vincent J. Serino, Lynn, 

Mass.; lc 6Nov46; D unp. 7001. 

SERINO, VINCENT. See Serino, James 
Vincent. 

THE SETTLER turns the trick. See 
Emmons, Delia Gould. 

SEVEN at a blow. See Rice, Matthew. 

THE SEVEN gates of destiny. See 
Martin, Lenoir Richards. 

THE SEVEN golden buttons. See 
Eisenstein, Judith Kaplan. 

.750 Smith. See Bracken, Edward V. 

THE SEVEN last words of Christine. 
See Raw ley, William Thomas. 

SEWARD, ALFRED E. 
Enchanted garden, a musical fantasy. 
In three acts. Text and music in 
separate volumes. © Alfred E. 
Seward, Philadelphia; lc 8May47; 
D unp. 1198. 

THE SEWING circle. See Kirshbaum, 
Louis. 

SEWING machine operation. See Yates, 
Peter Andrew. Instructions for 
manufacturing, tailoring alterations, 
etc., no. 2. 

SEX. See Walker, Lillie L. Daniels. 



SEYMOUR, BILL, pseud. See Eckert, 
William S. 

THE SHADOW. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Street & Smith publi- 
cations, inc., New York. 

276. Dec. 8, 1946. The devil takes 
a wife, by Gibson Scott Fox. © lc 
10Jan47; D unp. 6969. 

277. Dec. 15, 1946. Murders on 
the main stem, by William Mor- 
wood. © lc 10Jan47;D unp. 6970. 

278. Dec. 22, 1946. The fine art of 
murder, by Joe Bates Smith. © 
lc 10Jan47;D unp. 6971. 

279. Dec. 29, 1946. Shadow of sus- 
picion, by Evan Wylie. © lc 
10Jan47; D unp. 6972. 

280. Jan. 5, 1947. The werewolf of 
Hamilton mansion, by Guy De Vry. 
© lc 10Jan47; D unp. 6973. 

281. Jan. 12, 1947. The cat and the 
killer, by Lewis Reed. © lc 
29Jan47;D unp. 7278. 

282. Jan. 19, 1947. A game of 
murder, by Frank Kane. © lc 
29Jan47; D unp. 7279. 

283. Jan. 26, 1947. Death by imag- 
ination, by William Morwood. © 
lc 29Jan47; D unp. 7280. 

284. Feb. 2, 1947. The scent of 
death, by Frank Kane. © lc HFeb47; 
D unp. 7536. 

285. Feb. 9, 1947. Murder marriage, 
by Evan Wylie. © lc 8Mar47; D unp. 
8204. 

286. Feb. 16, 1947. Death takes the 
long count, by Frank Kane. © lc 
8Mar47; D unp. 8205. 

287. Feb. 23, 1947. The witch of 
the crescent moon, by William 
Morwood. © lc 8Mar47; D unp. 
8206. 

288. Mar. 2, 1947. Death fans the 
flame, by Frank Kane. © lc 
8Mar47; D unp. 8207. 

289. Mar. 9, 1947. Mystery ship, 
by Guy De Vry. © lc 20Mar47; 
D unp. 8258. 

290. Mar. 16, 1947. Murder by 
appointment, by Frank Kane. © 
lc 20Mar47; D unp. 8259. 

291. Mar. 23, 1947. Death by clock- 
work, by Evan Wylie. © lc 
HApr47;D unp. 8 753. 

292. Mar. 30, 1947. Crime in a 
minor key, by Frank Kane. © lc 
HApr47; D unp. 8754. 

293. Apr. 6, 1947. The great white 
way to death, by Frank Kane. © lc 
HApr47;D unp. 8755. 

294. Apr. 13, 1947. Death is the 
keeper, by William Morwood. © 
lc 29Apr47;D unp. 8993. 

295. Apr. 20, 1947. Murder express, 
by Evan Wylie. © lc 29Apr47; 

D unp. 8994. 

296. Apr. 27, 1947. Death stakes a 
handout, by Frank Kane. © lc 
29Apr47; D unp. 8995. 

297. May 4, 1947. Suicide league, 
by Guy De Vry. © lc 13May47; 
D unp. 9256. 

298. May 11, 1947. The Shadow's 
revenge, by Frank Kane. © lc 
13May47; D unp. 9257. 

299. May 18, 1947. Death rides 
high, by Frank Kane. © lc 31May47; 



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D unp. 10111. 

300. May 25, 1947. Seance with 
death, by Frank Kane. © lc 
31May47; D unp. 10110. 

301. June 1, 1947. Spider boy, by 
Joe Bates Smith. lc 14Jun47; 
D unp. 10330. 

SHADOW of a dream. See Norman, John 
David. 

SHADOW of love. See Exploring the 
unknown, May 18, 1947. 

SHADOW of suspicion. See The Shadow, 
no. 279. 

THE SHADOWBOXERS. See Griffin, 
Irene Frances. 

THE SHADOW'S revenge. See The 
Shadow, no. 298. 

SHAHIN, PAUL JOSEPH. 
Learn to dance the rhumba. © Paul 
Joseph Shahin, Chicago; lc each 
I2jan47; C 1074-1082. 

Beginners album. Lessons 1-3. 

C 1078-1080. 
Intermediate album. Lessons 1-3. 

C 1074-1076. 
Advanced album. Lessons 1-3. 

C 1081, 1082, 1077. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
The merchant of Venice, source title. 
See Friedman, Peter. Shylock '47. 
The taming of the shrew, source title. 
See Paskman, Dailey. Kiss me, 
Kate! 

SHALL I marry the girl. See Exploring 
the unknown, Dec. 1, 1946. 

SHAME the devil. See Eunson, Dale. 

SHAPE and size changes. See Yates, 
Peter Andrew. Instructions for man- 
ufacturing, tailoring alterations, 
etc., no. 4. 

SHAPLEY, HARLOW. 
The utility of meteors. New York Phil- 
harmonic-symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Dec. 29, 1946. 
© United States rubber CO., New York; 
lc 8Jan47; C 1068. 

SHARDELL, PAUL. 
On your way, a musical revue in two 
acts; text and music by Paul Shar- 
dell and Charles Dorrey. Text and 
music in separate volumes. © 
Philip M. Freedman, Brooklyn; lc 
19Feb47;D unp. 1164. 

SHAKP, GRETCHEN. See The Adven- 
turers' club. 

SHARP, JACK. See The Adventurers' 
club. 

SHARPE, PAULINE. 
The case of the short distancs phone 
call, a half -hour television drama. 
(The Gimmick series) Felix 
Greenfield, Brooklyn; lc 16May47; 
D unp. 9286. 



Glory halleliah! The sons of John 
Brown. A film script. Pauline 

Sharpe, Brooklyn; lc 16May47; 
D unp. 9285. 

SHAW, CHARLES RICHARD. 
Fair morning, a play in three acts, 
by Richard Shaw. I Charles Richard 
Shaw, Swarthmore, Pa.; lc 14May47; 
D unp. 9416. 

SHAW, GUILLERMO FERNANDEZ- 
See Fernandez-Shaw, Guillermo. 

SHAW, RICHARD. See Shaw, Charles 
Richard. 

SHAW, SAM. 
The life and good times of Joe Miller. 
See Sayers, Michael. 

SHAYON, ROBERT LEWIS. 
The eagle's brood. Special documen- 
tary unit broadcast on juvenile de- 
linquency. © Columbia broadcast- 
ing system, inc., New York; 5Mar47; 
D pub. 8595. 



SHE forgot to remember. 
Charles. 



See George, 



SHE who gets slapped. See King, Nor- 
man Varona. 

SHEA, HENRY RICHARD. 
The black minute, by Dick Shea. A 
play in two acts. © Henry Richard 
Shea, jr., Arlington, Va.; lc 22Mar47; 
D unp. 8222. 

SHEAFFER (W. A.) PEN COMPANY. 
Adventure sells. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

SHEARON, Mrs. L. N. 
The other little mustard seed, source 
title. See White. Barbara Jean. 

SHEBEL, ALFRED E. See Board of 
missing heirs. 

SHEELY, IRIS LOUISE. 
One moment please. A play in two 
scenes. © Iris L. Sheely, Hanover, 
Pa.; lc 23Mar47;D unp. 8232. 

SHEEP and black sheep. See Priest, 
Jack V. 

SHEERS, JAMES CAMPBELL. 
Ungallant gesture. See Colbert, 
Patricia Ann. 

SHEETZ, BARBARA ALICE. 
Linda's date; story of a college girl 
and a soldier. A play in two scenes. 
© Barbara Alice Sheetz, Bethlehem, 
Pa.; lc 9Apr4 7; D unp. 8584. 

SHELDON, DONALD. 
For the love of heaven. See Dun 
Leavay, Charles A. 

SHELLEY, ELSA. 
Tomorrow is a secret, a new play. 
In three acts. Elsa Shelley, New York; 
lc 8May47; D unp. 9456. New matter: 
revisions. Prev. reg. Open house at 
Molly's, 16Sep46, D unp. 5519. 



SHELTON, EDGAR GREER, JR. 
You can have it, a libretto in two 
acts, by Edgar Shelton, jr., and 
Roger Gideon. Edgar Greer 
Shelton, jr., Austin, Tex.; lc 
17Jan47; D unp. 7312. 

SHEPARD, DURWARD ARCHIE. 
Behold my soul, a three act play by 
Durward Shepard and Donald Jordan. 
© Donald Ivan Jordan and Durward 
Archie Shepard, Ithaca, N. Y.; lc 
10Feb47; D unp. 7550. 

SHEPHERD, DONALD N. 

Farewell to blue Monday. See Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc. 

The magic 7. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

Objections. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

SHER, BENJAMIN R. 
They're all in, a play in three acts. 
© Benjamin R. Sher, New York; lc 
4Jan47;D unp. 6816. 

SHERAK, BUD. See Sherak, Marvin 
Bernard. 

SHERAK, MARVIN BERNARD. 

Jazz from J to Z, by Bud Sherak. Radio 
script. © Bernard Sherak, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y.; lc 6May47; D unp. 
9123. 

Jazz from J to Z, originated by Lee 
Ber~ [psaud.Jand Jrry Zeifman, 
written by Bud Sherak. Audition 
script. © Lee Berg, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y.; lc 7May47; D unp. 
9130. 

SHERBO, DAVE, pseud. See Sherbow- 
sky, David. 

SHERBOWSKY, DAVID. 

I sold my birthright, a radio drama by- 
Dave Sherbo [pseud.] © David Sher- 
bowsky, Brooklyn; lc 17Jan47; D unp. 
6981. 

The nervous fugitive, a comedy by Dave 
Sherbo [pseud.] In three acts, i 
David Sherbowsky, Brooklyn; lc 
25Feb47; D unp. 7719. 

Who killed radio? A radio script by 
Dave Sherbo [pseud.] © David 
Sherbowsky, Brooklyn; lc 18Jan47; 
D unp. 698 7. 

SHERIDAN, RICHARD BRINSLEY 
BUTLER. 
The duenna, source title. See 

Blitzstein, Marc. Betrothal in a 

convent. 
The school for scandal, source title. 

See Kearney. James Ross. The new 

school for scandal. 

THE SHERIFF. (Radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. 9 McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 

112. Oct. 25, 1946. The little woman. 
© lc 26Jan4 7;D unp. 7241. 

113. No*'. 1, 1946. Strange codicil. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7242. 

114. Nov. 8, 1946. Midnight on the 
Purple Mesa. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 
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115. Nov. 15, 1946. Careei girl. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7244. 

116. Nov. 22, 1946. Black pattern. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7245. 

117. Nov. 29, 1946. An arrow for 
your heart, my dear. © lc 
26Jan47; D unp. 7246. 

118. Dec. 6, 1946. The laughing 
lady. © lc 26Jan47;D unp. 724 7. 

119. Dec. 13, 1946. Forever mine. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7248. 

120. Dec. 20, 1946. Baby wanted. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7249. 

121. Dec. 27, 1946. The candy- 
coated murder. © lc 26Jan47; 
D unp. 7250. 

122. Jan. 3, 1947. Padlock on 
Palm Street. © lc 26Jan47; 
D unp. 7251. 

123. Jan. 10, 1947. Mind over 
murder. © lc 26Jan47; D unp. 
7252. 

124. Jan. 17, 1947. Indian Rose. 
© lc 26Jan47; D unp. 7253. 

125. Jan. 24, 1947. Mystery re- 
peats itself. © lc 26Feb47; D unp. 
7816. 

126. Jan. 31, 1947. Elegy in the 
night. © lc 26Feb47; D unp. 7817. 

127. Feb. 7, 1947. Invitation to 
murder. © lc 26Feb47; D unp. 
7818. 

128. Feb. 14, 1947. The pay-off. 
© lc 26Feb47; D unp. 7819. 

129. Feb. 21, 1947. The strange 
case of Rudolph Trazini. © lc 
26Feb47;D unp. 7820. 

130. Feb. 28, 1947. The marked 
man. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10155. 

131. Mar. 7, 1947. The missing 
bottle. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10154. 

132. Mar. 14, 1947. The man who had 
done everything. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 
10153. 

133. Mar. 21, 1947. Obsession. © 
lc 3Jun47;D unp. 10152. 

134. Mar. 28, 1947. The case of 
the great imitator. © lc 3Jun47; 
D unp. 10151. 

135. Apr. 4, 1947. The affliction. © 
lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10150. 

136. Apr. 11, 1947. I married a 
killer. © lc 3Jun47;D unp. 10149. 

137. Apr. 18, 1947. Eloise. © lc 
3Jun47; D unp. 10148. 

138. Apr. 25, 1947. The case of the 
crafty plan. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 
10147. 

139. May 2, 1947. Wind in the desert. 
© lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10146. 

140. May 9, 1947. The man who 
stopped at nothing. © lc 3Jun47; 
D unp. 10145. 

141. May 16, 1947. Mrs. Williamson 
came home. © lc 3Jun47;D unp. 
10143. 

142. May 23, 1947. Circumstantial 
evidence. © lc 3Jun47; D unp. 10144. 

SHERMAN, ALEXANDER. 
Holiday time is travel time, a radio 
program. © Alexander Sherman, 
Washington; lc 19Apr47; D unp. 8842. 

SHERMAN, ALICE ELLA. 
Down happiness lane. 6 p. 21cm. A 
dramatic composition. © Alice Ella 
Sherman, Plattsburgh, N. Y.; 27Dec46; 
D pub. 7396. 



Truth's citadel; for Order of Amaranth 
courts. 6 leaves. A ceremony. © 
Alice Ella Sherman, Plattsburgh, 
N. Y.; 12Mar4 7; D pub. 8120. 

SHERMAN, FRANCES S. 
The broken pattern, a play in three 
acts. © Frances S. Sherman, 
Detroit; lc 17Feb47;D unp. 7606. 

SHERMAN, HAROLD M. 
Twainiana, an operetta based on the 
romance and adventure of America s 
greatest humorist. Outline of scenes. 
In two acts. Text only. © Harold 
M. Sherman, Chicago; lc 13May47; 
D unp. 9245. 

SHERMAN, NATHAN. 
The bantam titan. A play in three acts. 
© Nathan Sherman, Brooklyn; lc 
4Jun47;D unp. 10063. 

SHIELDS, EMMETT L. 
Deep elm, a play in four scenes. © 
Emmett L. Shields, jr., San Francis- 
co; lc 13Feb47; D unp. 7580. 

SHIFFRIN, ABRAHAM B. 
Eleven lives of Leo, a comedy in two 

acts. © A. B. Shiffrin, New York; 

lc 7Jan47;D unp. 6855. 
I like it here, a comedy in three acts, 

by A. B. Shiffrin. French; [etc.]cl946. 

89 p. front., pi., diagr. 19cm. © 

A. B. Shiffrin, Brooklyn; 27Dec46; 

D pub. 8383. Prev. reg. Comic strip; 

or, Willie Kringle; lNov45, D unp. 

95703. 

THE SHINING banner. See Wack, Louis. 

SHOEMAKER, JEAN LOUISE. 
The neighbor. A play in one scene. © 
Jean Louise Shoemaker, Allentown, 
Pa.; lc 31Mar47; D unp. 8391. 

SHOEMAKER, JOYCE EVLYN. 
Kingdown. See Wells, Douglas Emmett. 

SHOOT if you must! See McGiver, 
John I. 

SHOOTING gallery. See Avery, Harold 
V. 

SHOP at home. See Kilbourn, William 
Douglas. The shopping bag. 

THE SHOP at Sly corner. See Percy, 
Edward. 

THE SHOPPING bag. See Kilbourn, 
William Douglas. 

SHORE, JOSEPH N. 
Manna -hatin, a play. In three acts. © 
Joseph N. Shore, New York; lc 16May47; 
D unp. 9366. 

THE SHORN Lambs. See Mock, John 
Edmonds. 

A SHOT in the arm. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 793. 

SHOW goes tonight. See Levy, Herbert. 

SHOW me first your penny. See Dr. 
Christian, no. 444. 



SHOW PRODUCTIONS, INC. See 
Hollywood jackpot. 

SHOWBOAT and home. See Fletcher, 
Vida Lorraine. Lonesome levee. 

SHOWFOLK. See Mortenson, William 
M. 

SHREIBER, DAVID. 
Iron curtain, a cantata for vaudeville. 
© David Shreiber, Brooklyn; lc 
5Mar47; D unp. 8040. 

SHUBERT, JOHN JASON. 
The smart set. See Dunbar, Barre. 

SHUFFLING into Spanish. See Beard, 
Mary V. 

THE SHUT-IN club of the air. See 
Hanek, Loretta Anne. 

SHYLOCK cries for justice. See Light, 
Harold. 

SHYLOCK '47. See Friedman, Peter. 

SIBELIUS, STANLEY. 

A pool room seminar on a collitch 
edjucation. A play in two acts. © 
Stanley Sibelius, Seneca, S. C; lc 
26Jun47;D unp. 9662. 

The sordid facts of life, by Aristo- 
phanes, jr. [pseud.] A new comedy 
in two acts. © Stanley Sibelius, 
Seneca, S. C; lc 8Jun47; D unp. 9557. 

The terror of the North; or, Pussy cat. 
A modern comedy by Aristophanes, 
jr. f pseud. ] In three acts. © Stan- 
ley Sibelius, Seneca, S. C. lc 21May47; 
D unp. 9451. 

SIEDEL, FRANK LEWIS. See The Ohio 
story. 

SIEGEL, WILLIAM. 
Everything for a mother; melodrama in 
two acts and ten scenes with music. 
Yiddish text. © William Siegel, 
New York; lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10228. 
My wife's substitute; operetta in two 
acts and eight scenes. Yiddish text. 
© William Siegel, New York; lc 
5Jun47;D unp. 10229. 

SIENKIEWICZ, HENRYK. 
In desert and wilderness. See Gieys- 
ztor-Dembowska, Danuta. 

SIERRA, GREGORIC MARTINEZ. See 
Martinez Sierra, Gregorio. 

SIERRA stars. See Piccirillo, Louis 
Mathew. Land o gold. 

SIESTO, ANDREA DELLO. 
Anche i diavoli furono angeli, commedia 
in tre atti. © Andrea Dello Siesto, 
Milan; lc 13Jan47;D unp. 7803. 

SILAS Turnbull's legacy. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2193-1418. 

THE SILENT Seymours. See Dr. Chris- 
tian, no. 439. 

SILHOUETTES. See Bell, Alladine. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE SILKEN thread. See Gibson, 
Gloria Helen. 

SILL, SANFORD. 
Webster's widow, a play in three acts. 
Sanford Sill, Los Angeles; lc 
10Mar47; D unp. 8029. New matter: 
changes and revisions. Prev. reg. 
D unp. 70210, 20May40; D unp. 78244, 
12Nov41. 

SILLY school. See Halpern, Barbara. 

THE SILVER bonus all American award. 
See Downey, Joseph Augustine. 

THE SILVER bullet. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2184-140^7 

THE SILVER lining. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 441. 



SILVERMAN, STANLEY. 
The march of science. 
The eternal light. 



See 



SIMETTI, OTTO. 
The emperor's mime, a play in six 
scenes, by Otto Simetti, McCrea 
Imbrie and Robert Kidde. © Otto 
Simetti New York; lc 5Mar47; 
D unp. 78 75. 
Sellin any heaven today? A play by 
Otto Simetti, McCrea Imbrie and 
Robert Kidde. In three acts. 
Otto Simetti, New York; lc23Feb47; 
D unp. 7718. 

SIMMONS, SADIE Y. 
Take ye no rest, a play in three acts. 
By Sadie Y. Simmons and James A. 
Boarman. 3 Sadie Y. Simmons 
(Mrs. J. A.) and James A. Boarman, 
Kansas City, Mo.; lc 27May47; D unp. 
9391. 

SIMMS, DALE, pseud. See Simons, 
Dorothy E. 

SIMMS, MARION. 
Scalawags in Hollywood a comedy - 
fantasy in two acts, s Marion Simms, 
San Francisco; lc 9Apr47; D unp. 
8654. 

SIMON, BEATRICE. 
Lightning verdict, a Purim Play. In 
one act. © Union of American He- 
brew congregations Cincinnati; 
8May46; D pub. 7720. 

SIMON, BERNARD. 
A young man's fancy. See Thursch- 
well, Harry. 

SIMON, MATILA. See Exploring the 
unknown. 

S1MONOV, KONSTANTIN MIKHAILO- 

VICH, 1915- 

The Russian question, by Konstantin 
Simonov, translated by Bernard L. 
Koten; a play in three acts and seven 
scenes. © Bernard L. Koten, New 
York; lc 7May47; D unp. 9120. 

Tak I budet. See Moss, Thelma Schnee. 
The whole world over. 

Under the chestnut trees of Prague; drama 
in four acts and five scenes by Konstan- 
tine Simonov, translated by Mark Gayn. 
© Mark Gayn, New York; lc 26Mar47; 
D unp. 8271. 

SIMONS, DOROTHY E. 

Wings for the coed, by Dale Simms 

[pseud.] A play in two scenes. $ 

Dorothy E. Simons, Woodlvnne, 

N. J.; lc 23Mar47; D unp. 9372. 

SINBAD the one room cat. See 
Green, Carl P. 



SINCLAIR, SHELBY, pseud. See 
Fromm, Elizabeth Sinclair. 

SINCLAIR, UPTON BEALL. 
A giant's strength; drama in three 
acts. © Upton Beall Sinclair, 
Monrovia, Calif.; lc 4May47; 
D unp. 9085. 

SINGER, JACOB. 

Mona, in a tropical garden; drama 
in four acts and five scenes. 
Yiddish text; title translated. © 
Jake Singer, Los Angeles; lc 
24Jan47;D unp. 8618. 

On strange earth; drama in three 
acts. Yiddish text; title trans- 
lated. © Jake Singer, Los 
Angeles; lc 24Jan47; D unp. 8617. 

THE SINGING heart. See Chandler, 
Julia Yates. 

SINISTER reunion. See Garlick, 
Audrey Lou. 

SIRKIN, ARTHUR A. 
Wasn t it a beautiful wedding? A 
play in one scene, by Carl I. 
Michaelson [pseud. J © Arthur 
A. Sirkin, New York; lc HFeb47; 
D unp. 7610. 

SITTING in the water. See Sard, 
Russell Ellis. 

SIX hundred times. See Marshall, 
Howard Edward. 

SIX on the wall. See Curtin, D. 
Thomas. 

SIX sparks of genius. See Hymen, Ira 
E. 

THE SIXTH sense. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

SKAL for Agnete. See Krog, Helge. 
Treklang. 

SKALICKY, JARO. 
At the crossroads; the virtue and 
temptation of Prudence Rose. 
Parody melodrama of the gay nine- 
ties, when gas was in infancy. In 
four acts. © Jaro Skalicky, Val- 
paraiso, Ind.; lc 6Mar47; D unp. 
7945. 

SKEET eye. See Ferguson, Clifford 
Wesley. 

SKILLING, ROBERT P. 
Cleopatra II, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Robert P. 
Skilling New York; lc 18Mar47; 
D unp. 1170. 

SKINNER, JOHN EDWARD. 
The late Mrs. Montgomery, a play. 
In three acts. © John E. Skinner, 
Arlington, Va.; lc 6Jun47; D unp. 
9555. 

SKINNER, MARIA M. COXE. 
Paul Bunyan was a loggin' man, a 
fantasy in two acts, by Maria M. 
Coxe. 3 Maria M. Coxe (Skinner), 
Stamford, Conn.; lc 19Mar47; 
D unp. 8172. 

SKIPPER next to God. See Hartog, 
Jan de. 

SKOLNIK, HERMAN. 
On the air. A play in two acts. 
Herman Skolnik, Wilmington, Del.; 
lc 5Jun47;D unp. 10006. 



THE SKULL b-.-neath the skin. See 
Carlson, Ricliard. 

THE SKY is falling. See Mosel, George 
Ault. 

THE SKY mystery. See Exploring the 
unknown, Mar. 16, 1947. 

SKY rovers. See Monett, Neg. 

SKYRIDERS. See Arne, Florence. 

SKY -WAY base ball. See Crutch- 
field, Edgar I. 

SLEEP. See Exploring the unknown, 
June 1, IW. 

SLEEPING Beauty. See Let's pretend, 
Apr. 26, 1947. 

SLEEPING lady. See Flnsterwald, 
Maxlne. 

SLEEPY head. See George, Charles. 

SLICE It thin. See Moritz, Albert 
Osbourna. 



SLIGHTLY MURDERED. 
Cecil Charles. 



See Madden, 



SLIP ahoy. See O'Keeffe, Aldan 
Arthur. 

THE SLIP of paper. See Nathan, 
Sandra. 

SLOAN, REBEKAH. 
The whisper; movie script by Beckie 
Sloan. ©Beckie Sloan, Montreal; 
lc 4Mar4 7; D unp. 7864. 

SLOANE, ROBERT. 
The doctor of Lennox. See Reader's 

digest — radio edition, no. 67. 
Eleven against the Nazi A-bomb. See 

Reader s digest — radio edition, no. 

59. 
Father Flanagan's toughest customer. 

See Reader s digest— radio edition, 

no. 68. 
The gift of the Magi. See Reader's 

digest — radio edition, no. 55. 
Half way to Reno. See Reader's 

digest — radio edition, no. 63. 
The Lion and the Mousie. See 

Reader's digest — radio edition, 

no. 64. 
Portrait of an American. See Reader's 

digest — radio edition, no. 58. 
Presenting Babe Ruth. See Reader's 

digest — radio edition, no. 60. 
Yankee from Olympus. See Reader's 

digest — radio edition, no. 56. 

SLOT machine. See Gardner, Rufus 
Hallette. 

SMALLEY, ROBERT. 
California fiesta, an original play 
with musical suggestions, by Robert 
Smalley, Catherine MacMillan and 
Pauline Swain. In two acts. Text 
only. © Robert Smalley, Catherine 
MacMillan and Pauline M. Swain, 
Van Nuys, Calif.; lc 28Feb4 7; D 
unp. 7825. 

THE SMART set. See Dunbar, Barre. 

SMITH, A. T. ELLIOTT. 
Cul de sac, a play In three acts bv 
Elliott Smith. © A. T. ElliottSmith, 
New York; lc 6May47; D unp. 9119. 

SMITH, BETTY. 
School bus. A play In six parts. S 
Betty Smith Chapel Hill, N. C; lc 
!Apr47;D unp. 8517. 



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SMITH, BURRELL. See Smith, Paul 
Burrell. 

SMITH, CHARLES F. 
The white hat, a comedy in three acts. 
© C. F. Smith, Brooklyn; lc 31Dec46; 
D unp. 6711. 

SMITH, CHARLOTTE. 
For works written in collaboration 
with Ellen Dalton. See Jaspersen, 
Elon, pseud. 

SMITH, DAN FRED 2RICK. 
The temple wavers. A play in three 
acts. © Dan Frederick Smith, 
Green Bay, Wis.; lc 10Mar47; 
D unp. 7978. 

SMITH, DODIE. See Smith, Dorothy 
Gladys. 

SMITH, DON. 
The life of Franklin D. Roosevelt. 
Script for eight phonograph records. 
© Don Smith, Van Wert, O.; lc each 
29Dec46. 

32-A. Childhood —education — 

marriage. C 1159. 
32-B. Ass't secy. Navy — infantile 

paralysis —Warm Springs, Ga. 

C 1160. 
32 -C. Extensive travels — breaking 

precedents — Franklin & Theodore. 

C 1161. 
32-D. Fireside chats — enormous 

mail— physically handicapped. 

C 1162. 
32 -E. Efficient staff — press con- 
ferences — control of Congress. 

C 1163. 
32-F. Mental powers — Churchill's 

friendship— death. C 1164. 
32-G. Eleanor Roosevelt. Marriage — 

activities influence. C 1165. 
32 -H. Eleanor Roosevelt. Travels — 

radio talks. "My day". C 1165. 

SMITH, DOROTHY GLADYS. 
Lovers and friends, a play in three 
acts, by Dodie Smith. New York, 
French; J etc., 1947] 152 p. front. 
20cm. © Dodie G. Beesley, Pacific 
Palisades, Calif.; 14Mar47; D pub. 
8546. Prev. reg. 24Jul43; D unp. 
84935. 

SMITH, ELLIOTT. See Smith, A. T. 
Elliott. 

SMITH, GEOFFREY ERNEST FAULK- 
NER. 

Sunrise and sunset, a comedy. In 
three acts. © Geoffrey Ernest 
Faulkner Smith, jr., Hamilton, 
Ont., Can.; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 7876. 
Widows' weeds, a farce in three acts 
with a smack of satire. © Geoffrey 
Ernest Faulknor Smith, jr., Hamil- 
ton, Ont., Can.; lc 18Jan47; D unp. 
7085. 

SMITH, GEORGE ALAN. 
Ain't it a beautiful sunset! A one act 
play. © George Alan Smith Brook- 
lyn; lc HFeb47; D unp. 7545. 

SMITH, GRACE KELLOGG. 
Let it snow, a play by Grace Kellogg. 
In three acts. © Grace Kellogg 
Smith, North Truro, Mass.; lc 
16Apr47; D unp. 8769. 

SMITH, HOWARD R. 
Caravan. Audition radio script. © 
Edward R. Smith, Tacoma; lc 
18Jan47; C 118 7. 

SMITH, JOE BATES. See The Shadow. 



SMITH, JULIA. 
The gooseherd and the goblin. See 
Royle, Josephine Fetter. 

SMITH, LEROYA. 
Lucky penny, an operatta in three 
acts. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © LeRoy A. Smith, Wheat 
Ridge, Col.; lc 10Feb47; D unp. 
1156. 

SMITH, Mrs. MARK LANDIS. 
Hello mothers. Radio script. © 
Mrs. Mark L. Smith, North Holly- 
wood, Calif.; lc 23Feb47; D unp. 
7837. 

SMITH, MATT BARTLEY. 
Appointment with Cupid. Audition 
script for a radio drama by Matt 
Bartley Smith and Anne Fromer. 
© Matt Bartley Smith and Anne 
Fromer, Toronto; lc 3Apr47; D unp. 
8465. 
Sneak preview. See Fromer, Anne. 

SMITH, OLIVE VIOLA. 
Love on canvas. A play in two scenes. 
© Olive Viola Smith, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J.; lc 31Mar47; D unp. 
8387. 

SMITH, PAUL BURRELL. 
Behind the sun, an original screen 
play by Burrell Smith. © Paul 
Burrell Smith, Schenectady, N. Y.; 
lc lFeb47; D unp. 7623. 

SMITH, STANLEY H. 
From Indian trails to iron rails. Lec- 
ture. © Stanley H. Smith, Holden, 
Mass.; lc 19Mar47; C 1257. 

SMITH, STANLEY HEBER. 
I'll build you a palace; comedy in 
three acts, by Michael Stanley [pseud.] 
© Stanley Heber Smith, New York; lc 
5Feb47; D unp. 7456. 

SMITH, VON TENNER. See Smith, 
Vontina. 

SMITH, VONTINA. ; 
Thankful that you're mine. Dramatic 
sketch in two acts. Act I, no. 3, 
part I and act n, no. SL part 2 of 
Bouquet of flowers. © Vontina 
(Von Tenner) Smith, Los Angeles; 
lc 30Apr47; D unp. 9367. 

SMITH, WILLIAM PHILIP. 
All in the family, a new comedy. In 
three acts. © William Philip Smith, 
New York; lc 12Apr47; D unp. 9385. 

SMOKING. See Exploring the unknown, 
May 25, 1947. 

SMOKY. See Lux radio theatre, Mar. 
24, 1947. 

SMOLEN, WALTER. 
Requiem, a play of adolescence in four 
parts. © Walter Smolen, Cleveland; 
lc 27Dec46; D unp. 6733. 

A SNAKE in skirts. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2205-1430. 

SNEAK preview. See Fromer, Anne. 

SNELL, DAVID. 
Death in a dentist's chair. A radio play. 
© Julia Snell and David Snell, Woodside, 
N. Y.; lc 5Apr47; D unp. 8496. 

SNELL, JULIA. 
Death in a dentist's chair. See Snell, 
David. 

THE SNOWFLAKE. See Hannan, Walter. 



SNY i zycie. See Cwojdziriski, 
Antoni. 

SNYDER, ELIZABETH VAN HEKLE. 

Destined interlude, a one-act play 

by Betsy Snyder. 3 Elizabeth 

Van Hekle Snyder, Haddonfield, 

N. J.; lc 14Mar47; D unp. 8110 



SNYDER, ELKAN E. 
Yesterday's evil. See Pincus, Abra- 
ham. 

SNYDER, PHYLLIS ANN. 
Love or immediate happiness. A 
play in three scenes. © Phyllis 
Ann Snyder, Vineland, N. J.; lc 
17Apr47;D unp. 8787. 

SO merrily we sail. See Drake, Con- 
stance. 

SO small a worm. See Maloy, Richard. 



SO you don't believe in Christmas. See 
Dr. Christian, no. 422. 

SO you had a dream. See Orkow, Ben 
Harrison. 

SOKOLOVE, BENJAMIN LAWRENCE. 
Dr. Warren Curtis — psychoanalyst; 
script number one in a series of radio 
plays by Ira Cobb, pseud. © Ira 
Cobb (Benj. L. Sokolove) New York; 
lc 27Dec46; D unp. 6742. 

THE SOLDIER'S servant. See The 
greatest story ever told, no. 17. 

SOLITUDE. See Reynolds, Earle L. 

SOLO flight for Joan. See Hanson, 
Meyer. 

SOLOMON'S mother. See Kesselring, 
Joseph. 

SOLT, ANDREW. 
Little women. See Vanguard films, 
inc. 

THE SOLUTION. See Morrison, Samuel 
N. How to sell retail newspaper adver- 
tising, no. 4. 

SOME girls do. See Julin, Carl Frederic. 
Limbo Lou. 

SOME of my best friends. See 
Bentkover, Jacob. 
Maine, Virginia S. 

SOMEBODY loves me. See Reid, Robert 
O. 

SOMEONE is coming. See Bauer, 
Bela A. 

SOMEONE you know, audition script. 
See Beach, Naomi M. 

SOMERS, LEE. 
Let's go places, a radio program. © 
Lee Somers, Bethesda, Md.; lc 
24Feb47; C 1184. 

SOMEWHERE in the night. See Lux 
radio theatre, Mar. 3, 1947. 

SOMEWHERE in the West. See Green, 
Robert Arch. 

THE SONG-A-BED lady. See Mower, 
Jeanne. 

SONG from heaven. See Thorne, 
Blanche. 



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< \TALO<; OF COIM \< l<; II I FN IKIES 



A SONG my mother sang. See Wil- 
liams, Betty. 



THE SONG of Berditchev. 
eternal light, no. 120. 



See The 



SONG of the atom. See Houston, 
Gemma d'Auria. 

SONG of the Chattahoochee. See 
Johnson, Nunnally. 

THE SONG of the pioneer. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 

SONG of the sage. See Gunkle, Olga 
Edith. 

THE SONG prospector. See McCann- 
Erickson, inc. 

SONGS of faith. See Dunning, Philip 
Howard. 

SOPHOCLES. 
Oedipe roi, tragedie de Sophocle. 
[Lausanne] Mermod [1946] 92 [l]p. 
23cm. Translated by Andre Bon- 
nard. © Editions Mermod, Lau- 
sanne, Suisse; lMay46; D pub. 9374. 

THE SORDID facts of life. See Sibelius, 
Stanley. 

SOHELL, DORIS. See Nesnow, Doris 
Sorell. 

SORORAL outcast. See MacDonald, 
Christel Rittenhouse. 



SORORITY. 
Woodrow. 



See Mitchell, Eugene 



SOSENKO, ANNA. See The Campbell 
room. 

SOSIN, JEAN EDWARD. 
A present for Bellerophon. A play in 
four scenes. © Jean Edward Sosin, 
Flushing, N. Y.; lc 24Apr47; D unp. 
8909. 

SOTELO-REGIL, LOUIS F. 

Los cuatro coroneles de la reina; 
novela cinematograficai en tecni- 
color. Film script in eleven parts. 
© Louis F. Sotelo-Regil, Los Angeles; 
lc 6Jan47; D unp. 8503. 

The four colonels of the queen, a story 
in technicolor. Film script in eleven 
parts. Louis F. Sotelo-Regil, Los 
Angeles; lc 6Jan47;D unp. 8504. 

SOULE, NORMA M. 
Jeff and Lucky. See Hark, Mildred. 

SOULE, OLAN E. 
Jeff and Lucky.. See Hark, Mildred. 

THE SOUNDS of peace. See The 
Columbia workshop, Nov. 16, 1946. 

THE SOUR apple tree. See Hannan, 
Walter. 

SOUTH of Georgia. See Lagman, John 
H. 

SOUTH seas. See Van Doren, Edward 
F. Hands across the sea. 

A SOUTHERN village. See Clark, James 
Jefferson. 



THE SOUTREAU system. 
Eleanor. 



See Zimmer, 



SOUVENIR de Gangin. See Van Deur- 
sen, J. M. 



UN SOUVENIR d'ltalie. See Ducreux, 
Louis. 

SOUVENIRS. See Paterson, Thomas 
McEvoy. 

SPAAK, CHARLES., 
Premier bal, comedie en trols actes 
de Charles Spaak et Pierre Brive 
[pseud. 1 © Charles Spaak, and 
Pierre Brive (ps. de Pierre Balden - 
sperger) Paris; lc HMar47;D unp. 
8199. 

SPANISH moss. See Hussey, Paula. 

SPARE, GORDON THOMAS. 
Swimming team training and motiva- 
tion at the University Circle Y. M. 
C. A. Lecture. Gordon Thomas 
Spare, East Cleveland, O.; lc 
16May47; C 1406. 

SPARKLE, the reluctant raindrop. See 
Buermann, Howard Rudolph. 

SPARKS, FLOYD L. 
Ladies in hades. A dramatico-muslcal 
composition In two acts; book and 
lyrics by Floyd L. Sparks, music by 
George E. Bishop. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © Floyd L. 
Sparks and George E. Bishop Wash- 
ington; lc 7Mar47; D unp. 1166. 

SPATEHOLTS, RICHARD WALRATH. 
Gulseppi. the barber. A dramatiza- 
tion. © Richard W. Spateholts 
Amsterdam, N. Y.; lc 19May47; 
D unp. 9425. 

SPAULDING, GEORGE LEONARD. 
At Normans'. A comedy drama in 
three acts. © George Leonard 
Spaulding, New York; lc 6Mar47; 
D unp. 7954. 

SPEAK the speech I pray you. See 
Millman, David. 

THE SPEAKING dead. See Erickson, 
Julius. 

SPEAKING terms. See Pertwee, 
Roland. 

SPECIAL assignment. See Kane, 
Frank. 

SPECIAL broadcast on Lewis J. Valen- 
tine. See Gang busters, no. 468. 

SPECIAL delivery male. See Porter, 
Irene E. 

THE SPEECH judge's nightmare. See 
Martin, John M. 

SPEED Chandler II story. See The 
adventurers' club, May 31, 1947. 

SPEED demon. See De Bechevet, 
Lydia. 

SPEER, JOHN RAWSON. 
I'm scared. A radio play. © John 

Rawson Speer, Wichita, Kan.; lc 

17Mar47; D unp. 8601. 
In memory of Sam White. Radio script, 

Jan. 15, 1947. John Rawson Speer, 

Wichita, Kan.; lc 23Jan4 7; D unp. 

7552. 

SPEIDEL, CARL C. 
Living cells in action. New York Phil- 
harmonic-symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Feb. 2, 1947. 
United States rubber co., New 
York; lc 12Feb47; C 1158. 



SPENCE, RALPH. 
Of all people, a comedy In three acts. 
© Ralph Spence Hollywood; lc 
9Feb47; D unp. 8956. 

SPENCER, NORMAN. 
The keen teens. Radio script. © 
Bonita Joyce Roderick, Des Moines; 
lc 20Jan47; C 1151. 

SPEWACK, BELLA (COHEN) 
The way of a hen, a new play by Bella 
and Samuel Spewack. In three acts. 
© Bella and Samuel Spewack, 
New York; lc 2lMay47; D unp. 9338. 
Woman bites dog; comedy in three 
acts by Bella ans Samuel Spewack. 
New York, Dramatists play service, 
inc. [1947] 175 p. front. 20cm. 
© Bella and Samuel Spewack, New 
York; 3Apr47; D pub. 8793. Prev. 
reg. 23May45; D unp. 93604. 

SPEWACK, SAMUEL. 
The way of a hen. See Spewack, 

Bella. 
Woman bites dog. See Spewack, 

Bella (Cohen) 

SPIDER boy. See The Shadow, no. 301. 

SPIEZIA ANTHONY. 
Manhattan rendezvous: 1947. A play 
in two acts. © Anthony Spiezia, 
Hollis, N. Y.; lc 14Jan47; D unp. 
7533. 

SPIGEL, MIKE. 
Mister inside out. See Goodman, 
Abby. 

SPIKES, REB. 
Chicago gal. See Millholland, Charles 
B. 

SPILLMAN, SANFORD. 
Man in the stands, an audience inter- 
view radio program, broadcast from 
an athletic stadium or sports arena. 
© Sanford Spillman, San Francisco; 
lc 16Jun47;D unp. 1034 7. 

SPIN of the wheel. See Rothschild, 
Kenneth Franklin. 

THE SPIRIT of Purim. See Leonard, 
Oscar. 

THE SPIRIT of Rotary. See Busbey, 
Ralph C. 

A SPIRIT-ROSE. See Cain, Mary Ellen 
Bowman. 

SPIRIT Valley. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2186-1411. 

SPIRITUAL atoms. See Wiernik, 
Bertha. 

SPIRO, BERNARD H. 
Pleasant dreams. See Stern, Harold 
S. 

SPITTIN' image. See Hennell, Pamela 
(Harris) 

SPITZ and Fits. See Geiss, Franz. 

SPIVACK, IRVING T. 
Losers-winners. Radio script, Oct. 
22 1946. O Irving T. Spivack At- 
lantic City; lc 250ct46; C 1042. 

SPRING. See Corcoran, Robert John. 

SPRING is in the air. See Sanford. 
Stephen J. 

SPRINGER. THOMAS GRANT. 



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The queue of Ki Lu, a one act opera 
in three scenes; music by Mana- 
Zucca, libretto by Thomas Grant 
Springer and Irwin M. Cassel. 
Text and music in separate vol- 
umes. © Mana-Zucca Cassel, 
Miami, Fla.; lc music 16Dec46, 
lc libretto 5Feb47; D unp. 1158. 

SPURR, FRANK FLOYD. 
A blue bowl of flowers, a mystery. 
25 leaves. © Frank Floyd Spurr, 
Waterbury Conn.; lc 19Jan47; 
D unp. 7015. 

CQUEAKY the cat. See Jarvis, Al 
S. 

SQUIRE, ROGER LEWIS. 
The cooperative corpse, a comedy in 
three acts. © Roger Lewis Squire, 
Buffalo; lc 7Mar47; D unp. 8103. 

STAATS, HENRY PHILIP. 
Tourist season, a comedy in three 
acts. © Henry P. Staats, Charles- 
ton, S. C; lc 27May47; D unp. 
9483. 

STACKPOLE, CONSTANCE D. 
The New England cupboard. Radio 
script, Mar. 3, 1947. © Constance 
D. Stackpole, Boston; lc 20Mar47; 
C 1343. 

STACKPOOLE, HENRY DE VERE, 
1863- 
The man who lost himself, source 

title. See Madden, Cecil Charles. 

Jones. 

STADER, FLORENCE MAY. 
Thy kingdom come. A play in five acts. 
© Florence May Stader, Caro, Mich.; 
lc 9May47;D unp. 9556. 

STADLEN, IRA. 
The Ira Stadlen show, a fifteen minute 
satirical radio script. © Ira Stadlen, 
Brooklyn; lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8238. 

STAGE line schemer. See Lone Ranger, 
no. 2189-1414. 

STAGECOACH days. See Cochrane, 
Marian Beach. 

STAGE-STRUCK. See Hughes, David 
Colson. 

STAIRS of sand. See Hinrichs, Paul. 

STAIRS to the roof. See Williams, 
Tennessee. 

STAIRWAY to marriage. See Lee, 
Alfred. 

THE STAKES are too high. See Aunt 
Jenny's real life stories, nos. 2689- 
2694. 

STALLA, OSCAR. 
Die Straussbuben. See Marischka, 
Hubert. 

STALLARD, R. LAWRENCE. 
Interlude. See Routsky, Ellen. 

STAMM, MAX. 
Grausmeyer's academy. Radio script. 
© Max Stamm, Brooklyn; lc 3Apr47; 
D unp. 8874. 

STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INCORPOR- 
ATED IN KENTUCKY) 
Put and take. See Handy (Jam) organ- 
ization. 

STANG, SARA K. 



Dynamite, limited. A stewardship 

flay in two acts for junior high. 
15] p. 18cm. © Board of Christian 
education of the Presbyterian 
church in the U.S.A., Philadelphia; 
150ct4S; D pub. 6762. 

STANLEY, MICHAEL, pseud. See 
Smith, Stanley Heber. 

STANLEY, WENDELL M. 
At the twilight zone of life. New York 
Philharmonic -symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Mar. 16, 1947. 
© United States rubber co., New 
York; lc 26Mar47; C 1301. 

STANDARD , WILLIAM HOMER. 
That's all, a one-act comedy. © 
William Homer Stannard, Wash- 
ington; lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6930. 

STAR boarders. See Diamond, 
Richard. 

STAR bright. See Gilmore, Edward 
Joseph. 

A STAR comes to life. See Norton, 
Barbara. 

STAR light, star bright. See Moore, 
Nancy. 

STAR of light. See Sundelof-Asbrand, 
Karin. 

STAR trouble. See Goodrich, Arthur F. 

STARBIRD, WILLIAM. 
Lords and masters, a play in three 
acts. © William Starbird, Dixfield, 
Me.; lc 19Apr47; D unp. 8858. 

STARGAZERS. See Mahoney, James 
T. 

THE STARS came down. See Carland, 
Helen. Have you read it? Script 2. 

STATE police. See Ducovny, Allen. 

THE STATES witness. See The 
Green Hornet, no. 794. 

STAY of execution. See Costa, 
Dante A. 

STEADY work. See Moise, Ridgely. 

STEEL, ROBERT. 
The inner world. See Coles, Sted- 
man. 

STEEL, ROBERT DAVID. 
Exploring the unknown; original screen- 
play. © Robert David Steel, San Diego, 
Calif.; lc 17Jan47; D unp. 6992. 

STEFFEN, ALBERT. 
Karoline von Giinderrode, tragodie 
in ftinf akten, Dornach, Schweiz, 
Verlag fur schone wissenschaften 
[1946] 171 p. 21cm. © Verlag fur 
schone wissenschaften, Dornach, 
Switzerland; D pub. 7328. 

STEFIK, LUDMILLA. 
The nameless play, a comedy in one 
act. © Ludmilla Stefik, Los Angeles; 
lc 20Mar47; D unp. 8215. 

STEFKO, ADJORAN. 
The many embarrassments of Father 
Duggan, a stage-play drama with 
music. In two acts. © Adjoran 
Stefko, Elizabeth, N. J.; lc 20Apr47; 
D unp. 8853. 

STEIN, LEON J. 
A letter from Harry. A play in three 



acts. © Leon J. Stein New York; 
lc 24Jan47; D unp. 7408. 

STEINAU, ANITA MARY. 
This faded pageant. See Steinau, 
Jacques. 

STEINAU, JACQUES. 
This faded pageant, a play in three 
acts, by Jacques and Anita Mary 
Steinau. © Jacques and Anita 
Mary Steinau, Shreveport, La.; lc 
12Feb47; D unp. 7582. 

STEINHARDT, HERSCHEL SAMUEL. 
No one walks alone, an original radio 
play. © Herschel Samuel Steinhardt, 
New York; lc ljan47; D unp. 6944. 

STEINHARDT, REBECCA. 
Mariann, a play in five acts and thir- 
teen scenes. © Rebecca Steinhardt, 
New York; lc 2Apr47; D unp. 8435. 

STELL, ANN. 
Double date, script 1. A play. © Ann 

Stell, New York; lc HFeb47; D unp. 

7544. 
Dress rehearsal at five, script 1. A 

play. © Ann Stell New York; lc 

UFeb47; D unp. 7543. 

STELLA Dallas Finnegan. See That's 
Finnegan, no. 45. 

STEPHEN MATTHEWS. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Emy Sage. 
© Emma Sage, Chicago. 

1-4. © lc each 28Apr47;D unp. 8970- 

8973. 
260. © lc 30May47; D unp. 10019. 

STEPHENS, PETER JOHN. 
Frighted peace. See Buckmaster, 
Henrietta. 

STEPHENSON, ANN. 
Henry Clear speaking, a series of 
duologues which have been performed 
by the B.B.C. London, French ltd. 
[1946] 41 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition) © Samuel French 
ltd., London; 31Dec46; D pub. 9543. 



STEPPING backward. 
Thomas Henry. 



See Jones, 



STERN, ALAN. 

Ann Ryan sings. Radio script no. 1, 
May 23, 1947. Crosley broadcast- 
ing Corp., Cincinnati; lc 23May47; 
C 1442. 

Melody parade. Audition script. © 
Crosley broadcasting Corp., Cin- 
cinnati; lc 5Jun47; C 1468. 

Melody parade. Radio script no. 1. 
© Crosley broadcasting corp., 
Cincinnati; lc 13Jun47; C 1483. 

Melody parade library service. 
Radio script no. 1. © Crosley 
broadcasting Corp., Cincinnati; lc 
13Jun47; C 1482. 

Mrs. Casey's boarding house. See 
Jay, Verne. 

Offstage beat. Audition script. © 
Crosley broadcasting Corp., Cin- 
cinnati; lc HJun47; C 1496. 

Sunset melodies. Radio script no. 1, 
June 7, 1947. © Crosley broad- 
casting Corp., Cincinnati; Ic9jun47; 
C 1463. 

STERN, GLADYS BRONWYN, 1890- 
The reasonable shores, source title. 
See Lewis, Therese. Runaway. 

STERN, HAROLD S. 
Pleasant dreams, an original farce in 
three acts by Harold S. Stern and 
Bernard H. Spiro. © Harold S. 



110 



CATALOG OF <:<HMKI<;ilT ENTKII.S 



Stern, Brooklyn; lc 27Mar4 7; D imp. 
8353. 

STESSIN, TERENCE TROFIMOFF. 
See Stessin, Terenthy Trofimuff. 

STESSIN, TERENTHY TROFIMOFF. 

Naturalized philosophy, by Terence T. 
Stessin. Radio drama. Terence 
Trofimoff Stessin, Los Angeles; 
lc 18Mar4 7; D unp. 8336. 

The prevaricator, by Terence T. Stes- 
sin. Radio play in three acts. 
Terence T. Stessin, Los Angeles; 
lc 15Apr4 7; D unp. 8 727. 

Scooper goes rip-porting, by Terence 
T. Stessin. A radio play. 6 Ter- 
ence T. Stessin, Los Angeles; lc 
27Mar4 7; D unp. 9359. 

Sense of fulfilment, by Terence T. 
Stessin. Radio drama. • Terence 
Trofimoff Stessin, Los Angeles; 
lc 2 7Apr4 7; D unp. 8996. 

STEVENS, HENRY H. 
A dream is life. See Grillparzer, 
Franz. 

STEVENS, JAMES. 
The magic tree. Third draft of 
pageant script for Mason county forest 
festival, 1947. © James Stevens, 
Seattle; lc 16May47; D unp. 9421. 

STEVENS, LEON B. 
It happens each spring. See Coombs, 
Minott L. 

STEVENS, RICHARD. 
What's money? By Richard Stevers 
and Belle Blumenthal. A play in 
three acts. © Belle Blumenthal 
and Richard Stevers, New York; 
lc 21Mar47; D unp. 8229. 

STEWART, ANDREW JAMES. 
Eddie. A play in three acts. © 
Andrew James Stewart, Medford, 
N. J.; lc 10May47; D unp. 9404. 

STEWART, VIRGINIA HARDEN. 
Many moons; dramatic adaptation of 
James Thurber's story. Recording 
script. B Virginia Harden (Stewart) 
New York; lc 14Apr47;D unp. 8723. 

STINSON, JOAN BARBARA. 
Round trip to Chicago, one act play 
about life in a small town. - Joan 
Barbara Stinson, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 30Apr4 7; D unp. 9034. 

THE STIRRING blood. See Miller, 
Sigmund. 

STOCKTON, CHARLES. 
The armadillo. Play in three acts. 

a Charles Stockton New York; lc 

HMar4 7;D unp. 8030. 
The Borgian taint; play with a mystery. 

In three acts. Charles Stockton, 

New York; lc HMar4 7; D unp. 8031. 
The male virgin; melodrama. In four 

acts. Charles Stockton, New York; 

lc HMar47;D unp. 8032. 



See The Green 



STOLEN identity. 
Hornet, no. 801. 



STOLLERY, DAVID J. 
Davy Jones' locker, a radio program for 
children. Episode 2. David J. Stoll- 
ery, jr., Hollywood; lc 9Jun47; D unp. 
10236. 

STOLLERY, HAROLD RICHARD. 
Ideas have legs. See Austin, Henry 
W. 

STONE, JAMES FLOYD, 1898- 



Auntie goes to college, a comedy 
[in three acts jSyracuse, N. Y.; 
Willis N. Bugbee Co., cl947. 
69 p. diagr. 19cm. (Bugbee's 
thrift plays) Willis N. Bugbee 
Co., Syracuse, N. Y.; 12Apr47; 
D pub. 9075. 

Leave it to the girls, a play for 
girls or women in three acts. 
Franklin, O., Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc. [etc., 194 3] 
75 p. 19cm. (Eldridge plays for 
girls and women) ' Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Frank- 
lin, O.; 19Jul46; D pub. 7196. 

Too sweet for sixteen, a comedy of 
youth. Franklin, C, Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc. [etc., 
194SJ 72 p. 19cm. (An Eldridge 
3 -act play) © Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O.; 
10Aug46; D pub. 7200. 



STONE, LYNN. 
The atom and Evie. 
Addy. 



See Richton, 



STONE, MERRITT. 
Afterglow. See Turgeon, Peter. 

STONE, PAULA. See Paula Stone's 

Hollywood digest. 

STONE, ROY. 
Script for spring concert of the 
Nassau chorus, Malverne high 
school New York. Broadcast 
April 12, 194 7. I Roy Stone, 
Malverne, N. Y.; lc 17Mar47; 
C 1253. 

THE STONE jungle. See Peters, 
Paul. 

THE STONE lions. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 435. 

THE STOOL pigeon. See Beal, William 
A. 

STORE britches. See Ogle, Lula Mae. 

DET STORE vi. See Krog, Helge. 

STORER, WINIFRED CAROL. 
Us girls, a farce in three acts. 
Boston, Baker's plays [194 71 70 p. 
diagr. 19cm. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker co., Boston; 
15Jun47; D pub. 10397. 

STORIES of the seven seas. See 
Riesenberg, Felix. 

STORIES that live. See Cox, Spencer. 

THE STORM. See Chard, Standish. 

THE STORM is raging high (incidental 
music) See Mabry, Irene B. The 
bursting grave at the bottom of hell. 

STORM over America. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

STORM over Hollywood. See Reach, 
James. 

THE STORY of a star. See Wallach, 
George. 

THE STORY of Big John. See Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 4 78. 

THE STORY of Deane Hawkins. See 
Arnold, Wade. 

THE STORY of Fred Robbins. See 
Meehan, John. 

THE STORY of Jack and Jill. See 



Marvin. Julie. 

THE STORY of Lazarus. See The 
greatest story ever told, no. 8. 

THE STORY of Marie-Francine. See 
Gibson, Gloria Helen. The silken 
thread. Episode no. 1. 

THE STORY of streptomycin. See 
Waksman, Selman. 

THE STORY of the military casket. 
See Goggins, Juil R. 

THE STORY of the ten plagues. See 
Epstein, Morris. Listen to a story from 
the Bible. No. 1. 

STORY time. See Hughes, Mary- 
Florence. 

STOWERS, NATHANIEL. 
The camera hour, a radio show. © 
Nathaniel Stowers Andover, Mass.; 
lc 25Mar47; C 12 73. 

THE STRANGE case of Mr. Macgrcgor. 
See Milner, Lucille B. 

THE STRANGE case of Rudolph Trazini. 
See The Sheriff, no. 129. 

THE STRANGE case of the Hamilton 
sisters. See Darling, Carolyn. 

STRANGE codicil. See The Sheriff, 
no. 113. 

STRANGE fear. See Whitman, Stephen 
Stanley. 

STRANGE harmony. See Booth, John 
Hunter. 

THE STRANGE hobby. See Maloney, 
Helen. 

THE STRANGE house. See Astrid, Carl. 

THE STRANGE legacy. See The adven- 
tures of Frank Merriwell, no. 25. 

STRANGER in the land. See Kramer, 
Hilda H. 

STRAUSS, JOHANN. 
Die Straussbuben. See Marischka, 
Hubert. 

STRAUSS, JOSEF. 
Die Straussbuben. See Marischka, 
Hubert. 

DIE STRAUSSBUBEN. See Marischka, 
Hubert. 

STRAW, JAIN, pseud. See Fox, Helen 
M. 

STREAMLINED Cinderella. See George, 
Charles. 

STREET AND SMITH PUBLICATIONS, 
INC. See 

Nick Carter, master detective. 
The Shadow. 

A STREETCAR named Desire. See 
Williams, Tennessee. 

STRICTLY off the record. See Jordan, 
James. 

STRIKE a happy medium. See Decker, 
Ann Wright. 

STRIKER, FR\N. See Trendle-Striker. 

STRINDBERG, AUGUST. 
Miss Julia. See Faber, Max. 



Ill 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



STRIP please. See Clark, Jenet Elsie. 

STRODE, WARREN CHETHAM. See 
Chetham -Strode, Warren. 

THE STROKE of twelve. See Berger, 
Walter M. 

STRONG, THEODORE. 
Celebrity service of the air. See 
Blackwell, Earl. 

THE STRUCTURAL basis of life. See 
Schmitt, Francis O. 

STUART, KENN, pseud. See Stubbs, 
Kenneth N. 

STUBBLEFIELD, CHARLES. 
See Nick Carter, master detective. 

STUBBS, KENNETH N. 
Come hither. See Hamilton, Wil- 
liam A. 

STUDIES in preforming. See Frantz, 
Charles Howard. 

STUDIO on the square. See Michigan. 
State college of agriculture and ap- 
plied science. The Dionysians. 

STUNT night. See Foojie and the 
magic harp. 

THE SUBSTITUTION. See Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 470. 

SUCCESS story. See Bushnell, Adelyn. 
Eight radio plays. 

A SUCKER for blondes. See Edelstein, 
Arthur Ernest. 

THE SUDS your duds laundry. See 
Cheatham, Mary Louise Kempe. 

SUE Bailey. See Johnson, Georgia 
Douglas. 

SUFFER the little children. See 
Lashman, L. Edward. 

SUGAR Throat sings again. See Burns, 
George. 

SUGGESTED method for determining 
degree of physical demand in job 
evaluation by means of a mathemat- 
ical formula. See Lally, LaRoy 
Mor eland. 

SUICIDE league. See The Shadow, no. 
297. 

SUIVIE. See Duvernois, Henri. 
Comedies. 

SULLIVAN, CHARLES K. 
Easter in Glendale. Poem. © Charles 
K. Sullivan, Glendale; lc 14Apr47; 
C 1361. 

SULLIVAN, MORTIMER. 
Conquest. A play in twenty -five scenes. 
© Mortimer Sullivan, jr., Angola, 
N. Y.; lc 3Mar47; D unp. 8510. 

SULLIVAN, STYLES. 
WiUie, the worrier; a bang-up comedy 
in three acts. New York, French; 
[etc.]cl947. 102 p. diagr. 19cm. 
© Samuel French, New York; 
17Jan47;D pub. 8379. 

SUMMER after next. See Reines, 
Bernard. 

SUMMER scene. See Kirkland, 
Alexander. 



SUMMY (CLAYTON F.) COMPANY. 
Meet King Winter. See Wallace, 
Maude Orita. 

SUN of freedom. See Millman, David. 

SUNDAY afternoon. See Dowling, 
Jennette. 

SUNDAY afternoon in Boston. See 
Roberts, Marion Alice. 

SUNDELOF-ASBRAND, KARIN. 

The lights of Christmas, a play for 
Christmas [in two acts]. Franklin, 
O., Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc.; [etc.]cl946. 21 p. 19cm. 
(Eldridge Christmas entertain- 
ments) © Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc.; 25Jul46; D pub. 7193. 

Star of light, a candlelight pageant 
for Christmas. Franklin, O., 
Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc.; [etc.]cl946. 10 p. 19cm. 
(Eldridge Christmas entertain- 
ments) © Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc.; 15Jul48; Dpub. 
7192. 

Whoa, Auntie! A comedy in three 
acts by Karin Asbrand. Boston, 
Baker s plays [1947] 71 p. 19cm. 
© Walter H. Baker co., Boston; 
6Jun47;D pub. 10328. 

SUNNY side revue. See Meredith, 
William. 

SUNNYSIDE revue library service. 
See Meredith, William. 

SUNRISE and sunset. See Smith, 
Geoffrey Ernest Faulkner. 

SUNSET gun. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2225-1450. 

SUNSET melodies. See Stern, Alan. 

SUNSHINE stones. See Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 474. 

SUPER service. See Keeney, Claire 
Handsaker. 

THE SUPERSONIC plane. See Exploring 
the unknown, Mar. 23, 1947. 



SUPERSTITION in nutrition. 
Fradericks, Carlton. 



See 



SUPERVIELLE, JULES, 1884- 
Merci, Sheherazade; piece en trois 
actes. © Jules Supervielle, Paris; 
lc 3Jun4 7; D unp. 10290. 

SURPLUS profits. See Doyle, Thomas 
Harris. 

SUSAN Harrison Brooks. See Chayefsky, 
Sidney . 

SUSAN takes over. See Foch, Dirk. 

SUTHERLAND, JANE CLAY. 
Rec-o-quest. See Dick, James 
Allen. 

SUTTON, JOSEPH HENRY. 
A monetary theory of macroeconomics. 
A discussion. © Joseph Henry Sutton, 
Kansas City, Mo.; lc 13Jan47; C 1128. 

SUTTON, PAUL NOBLE. 
Air fever, a comedy in three acts. 
© Paul Noble Sutton, East Lansing, 
Mich.; lc 10Jan47;D unp. 6923. 

SUZIE — her trials and tribulations. 
See Chiaradia, Freda Louise. 

SUZY, INC. See Matthews, Adelaide. 



112 



SWAIN, PAULINE. 
California fiesta. See Smalley, 
Robert. 

SWAN, THOMAS F. 
King Bliss, an operetta. Music and 
lyrics by Ted German; book by Tom 
Swan. In three acts. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © Edward L. 
German and Thomas F. Swan, Maple - 
wood, N. J.; lc 24Mar47; D unp. 1180. 

THE SWAN. See Finch, Robert. 

SWATHEL, JANE ETHEL. 
Cathy, the drama of a girl who chooses 
between love and social prominence. 
In five scenes. © Jane Ethel Swathel, 
Stamford, Conn.; lc 17Apr47; D unp. 
8789. 

SWEET content. See Marko, Robert. 

SWEET land of everything. See Han- 
son, Mary Kathryn. 

SWEET Mystery. See Inge, Benson. 

SWIFT AND COMPANY. 
Calling all dealers. See Handy 0am) 

organization. 
Getting the doctor on the team. See 

Handy 0am) organization. 
Lucky little fellow. See Handy 0am) 

organization. 
Your perfect customer. See Handy 

0am) organization. 

THE SWIM. See The eternal light, 
no. 130. 

SWIMMING tsam training and moti- 
vation at the University Circle 
Y. M. C. A. See Spare, Gordon 
Thomas. 



SWING it. 
Joseph. 



See DiMambro, Michael 



SWOPE, CARL P. 
A new era. A lecture delivered to a 
group of professional advertisers 
at Harrisburg, Pa., Nov. 23, 1946. 
© Carl P. Swope, Harrisburg, Pa.; 
lc 16Dec46; C 1088. 

SWORDS and petticoats. See Downing, 
Robert. 

SYLVAINE, VERNON. 
Madame Louise, a farce in three acts. 
London, Fox, c 1946. 67 p. plates 
22cm. © Vernon Sylvaine, London; 
16Nov46; lc 3Apr47; D pub. 8445. 
Prev. reg. 4Apr45; D unp. 92962. 

SYLVESTER, GRACE HELEN. 
Organ-themes. Radio program. 
© Grace Helen Sylvester, Tampa, 
Fla.; lc 30Jan47; D unp. 7891. 

THE SYLVIA show. See Brown, Dave. 

THE SYMPATHETIC part. See 
Gardner, Ed. 

A SYMPHONY of precision — measure- 
ments. See Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc. 

SYNDICATE STORE MERCHANDISER, 
INC. 

The sale and how to make it. See 
Leicht, Raymond W. 

SZENES, PIROSKA. 
Capt. Hamlet, a play in three acts. © 
Piroska Szenes, New York; lc 6May47; 
D unp. 9175. 






catamh; of copyright k\ times 



SZH1ZMOZ, MAX. 
Beethoven. See Ben-Ami, Jacob. 



TABLE talk. See Clayton, Robert. 

TACKABERRY, JOHN. 
America's foremost violinist. See 

Benny, Jack. 
G?tting a haircut. See Benny Jack. 
Getting a shave. See Benny, Jack. 
A letter from Mary's mother. See 

Benny, Jack. 
Schizophrenia. See Benny, Jack. 
The violin lesson. See Benny, 

Jick. 

TACTFUL Jackie. See Davis, 
Dorothy Ruth. 

TAGGART, TOM. 

For women only. New York, French; 
[etc., 1947] 104 p. 19cm. At head 
of title: Skits and blackouts, i 
Samuel French, New York; 21Mar47; 
D pub. 8321. 

The men. See Hobbs, Bertram. 

TAK I budet, source title. See Moss, 
Thelma Schnee. The whole world 
over. 

TAKE it away. See Nugent, Edward J. 

TAKE it from the angels. See Haller, 
Raymond J. 

TAKE it home. See Handy (Jam) 
organization. 

TAKE me again. See Brady, Fred C. 

TAKE ye no rest. See Simmons, Sadie 
Y. 

TALBOT, DOROTHY THOMAS. 
Tarantella. Radio script. © Dorothy 
Thomas Talbot, East Orange, N. J.; 
lc 3Jan47; D unp. 6784. 

TALENTED teens. See Muck, Lucilla 
Mary. 

TALES of Grand-daddy Owl. See Day, 
Nancy Dearing. 

TALES of the foreign service, 17. 
See Hodapp, William. The making 
of an ambassador. 

THE TALKING musical instruments. 
See Bowen, Albert Vernon. 

THE TALLEST and the biggest. See 
Day, Nancy Dearing. Tales of Grand- 
daddy Owl, no. 2. 

TALMADGE, MARIAN HUXOLL. 
Chautauqua. See Gilmore, Iris 

Pavey. 
Chautauqua — a saga of America. See 
Gilmore, Iris Pavey. 

THE TAMING of the shrew. See Pask- 
man, Dailey. Kiss me, Kate! 

TANTRUMS in Tokyo. See May, Paul. 

TARANTELLA. See Talbot, Dorothy 
Thomas. 

TARKINGTON, BOOTH. 
Mrs. Protheroe. See McCord, Vera. 

TAUBES, FRANK. 
By the side of the sea. Radio script. 
S Frank Taubes. New York; lc 
14Jan4 7; D unp. 0914. 
The joker. A radio play. Rewritten 
version. © Frank Taubes, New York; 



lc 10May4 7; D unp. 9204. 
The joker. Radio script. Frank 
Taubes, New York; lc 14Jan4 7' 
D unp. 6892. 
Officer Nick. Radio program © 
Frank Taubes, New York- lc 
each 4Apr4 7. 
The case of the careless car thieves 

D unp. 84 74. 
The case of the dirty cleanup. D unp 

8472. '' 

The case of the kindergarten killers 

D unp. 84 73. 

TAXI. See Moys, Jack J. 

TAYLOR, JABEZ. 
Bunyan s Pilgrim's progress, dra- 
matized in ten scenes. © Jabez 
Taylor, Zion, 111.; lSep46; D pub. 
6808. i«i»uo. 

TAYLOR, RICHARD G. 
The kingdom of folly, a comedy in one 
act with songs. Text only. Richard 
G. Taylor New York; lc 7Mar4 7- 
D unp. 8644. 

TCHEHEV, ANTON. See Chekhov, 
Anton Pavlovich. 

TEICHMANN, HOWARD. See Road of 
life. 

TEITEL, IRVIN. 
The day that baseball died. See The 
Columbia workshop, July 7, 1946. 

TELECHARADIO. See Bentel, Charles 
A. Charadio. 

THE TELEPHONE never rings. See 
Cary, Falkland L. 

TELFER, RONALD. 
Japhet sought a mistress, by Ronald 
Teller and Pauline Jamerson. A play 
in three acts. 3 Pauline Jamerson 
and Ronald Telfer, New York- lc 
25May47; D unp. 9379. 

TELL me not. See Nugent, Hazel. 

THE TELL tale eye. See Frank, 
Stanley Newton. 

TELOS. See Palmerio, Anthony Joseph. 

THE TEMPLE wavers. See Smith, Don 
Frederick. 

TEN dollars. See Hinsdell, Amalia 
King. 

TEN little Indians. See Christie, 
Agatha (Miller) 

TEN-STAR general. See Rella, Ettore. 

THE TEN talents. See The greatest 
story ever told, no. 5. 

TENARD, JULIAN POPLAWSKI. See 
Poplawski-Tenard, Julian. 

THE TENDER grass. See The eternal 
light, no. 125. 

TENNENT, WILLIAM. 
The Kat of Kandy-doo, a play for puppets. 
In four scenes. © William Tennent, 
Florence, S. C; lc 23May47; D unp. 
10038. 

TENNESSEE JED. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by J. Walter 
Thompson co. i Ward baking co., 
New York. 



423N-429N. Dec. 4, 5, 6 9, 10 

11 12,1946. C lc each 2Jan47; 

D unp. 7120-7132. 
430N. Dec. 13, 1946. lc 

2Jan4 7;D unp. 7134. 
431N. Dec. 16, 1940. lc 

2Jan47;D unp. 7133. 
432N-434N. Dec. 17 18 19, 

1946. lc each 2Jan47; 
D unp. 7135-7137. 

435N-436N. Dec. 20, 23, 1946. 
lc each 2Jan47; D unp. 7141- 

7142. 
437N-439N. Dec. 24, 25, 26, 1946. 

y lc each 2Jan4 7; D unp. 7138- 

7140. 
440N-446N. Dec. 27, 30, 31, 1946. 

Jan. 1, 2, 3, 1947. lc each 

13Jan47; D unp. 7143-7149. 
447N-455N. Jan. 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 

14, 15, 16, 17, 1947. lc each 
22Jan47; D unp. 7299-7307. 

456N-471N. Ian. 20, 21, 22, 23, 

24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. Feb. 3, 
4. 5, 6, 7, 10, 194 7. lc each 
18Feb47;D unp. 7918-7933. 

472N-487N. Feb. 11. 12. 13. 14. 
17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 
28. Mar. 3, 4, 1947. lc 
each 7Mar47;D unp. 8043-8058. 

488N-494N. Mar. 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 
12, 13, 1947. © lc each 19Mar47; 
D unp. 8551-8557. 

495N-511N. Mar. 14, 17, 18, 19, 
20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27 28, 31. 
Apr. 1, 2, 3 4, 7, 1947. I lc 
each 18Apr47; D unp. 8818-8834. 

512N-527N. Apr. 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 

15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 

25, 28, 29, 1947. © lc each 
2May47;D unp. 9179-9194. 

528N-531N. Apr. 30, May 12, 5, 

1947. © lc each 9May47; D unp. 
9352-9355. 

532N-525N. May 6, 7, 8 9. © lc 

each 29May47; D unp. 10089-10092. 
536N. May 12, 194 7. © lc 29May47 

D unp. 10095. 
537N. May 13, 1947. © lc 29May47 

D unp. 10088. 
538N. May 14, 1947. © lc 29May47 

D unp. 10094. 
539N. May 15, 1947. § lc 29May47 

10096. 
540N. May 16, 1947. -: lc 29May47 

D unp. 10093. 
541N-542N. Mav 19, 20, 1947. lc 

each 29May47; D unp. 10097-10096. 
543N-551N. May 21, 22 23j 26, 27, 

28, 29 30. June 2, 1947. £ lc each 

5Jun47;D unp. 10258-10266. 



THE TENTH floor. 
George R. 



See Wettergren, 



TEPPERMAN, EMILE C. 

Death can be beautiful. A radio broad- 
cast, Nov. 27 1945. Emile C. Tepper- 
man, Long Island City, N. Y.; lc 15May 
4 7; D unp. 9283. 

Inner sanctum. See Inner sanctum. 
(Radio program) 

TERAC, SOLANGE, pseud. See Tessot, 
Solange. 

TERRE de Camargue. See Costeseque, 
Augustin. 

TERRISS, TOM. 
The master passion. Film script. 
Tom Terries, New York; lc 26Mar4 7; 
D unp. 8807. 

THE TERROR of the North. See Sibelius, 
Stanley. 

TESCHAN, WALTER E. VB. 
The lady from the sea. See Ibsen, 
Henrik. 



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TESSOT, SOLANGE. 
Armelle, feerie en trois actes, de 
Solange Terac [pseud.] © Solange 
Terac (pseudo. de Solange Tessot), 
Paris; lc 22Jan47; D unp. 7066. 

TEST for a lawman. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2179-1404. 

TEST me. See Pertwee, Roland. 

THE TESTIMONY of the twelve. See 
Bates, Esther Willard. 

TEST-O-GRAMS. See Mason, H. R. 

TEX and Mex. See Berenberg, Ben Ross. 

THE TEXANS. See Balthrope, Charles 
W. 

TEXEREAU,^ELIE. 

Valerie, piece en trois actes [par] 
Eddy Ghilain [pseud.] Paris, Cealis 
[1946] 152 p. illus., 19cm. © 
Les Editions Max Cealis, Paris; 
15Dec46;D pub. 8193. 

Valerie; 3 actes d'Eddy Ghilain 
[pseud.] © Eddy Ghilain (ps. de 
Elie Texereau) Paris; lc 10Mar47; 
D unp. 8197. 

THANK you, stranger. See Condit, 
Gordon Henry. 

THANKFUL that you're mine. See 
Smith, Vontina. 

THE THANKSGIVING rose. See Fisher, 
Aileen. Four for fun. 

THAT devil of a girl! The story of Ugly 
Elsa. See Rislakki, Ensio. 

THAT kiss. See Hirst, Mynett. 

THAT Sarge girl. See Lengler, Mildred. 

THAT wasn't the milk outside the door. 
See Zwirn, Bernard Phillip. The corpse 
in the hallway. 

THAT'S all. See Stannard, William 
Homer. 

THAT'S FINNEGAN. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by F. W. 
Ferrin co. © F. W. Ferrin CO., 
Hollywood. 

32. Oct. 31, 1946. Halloween. © 
lc 3Feb47;D unp. 7375. 

33. Nov. 7, 1946. Finnegan's vote. 
© lc 3Feb47;D unp. 7374. 

34. Nov. 14, 1946. Rags to riches. 
© lc 3Feb47;D unp. 73 73. 

35. Nov. 21, 1946. Finnegan Alden. 
© lc 3Feb47;D unp. 7372. 

36. Nov. 28, 1946. Mince pie. © 
3Feb47;D unp. 73 71. 

37. Dec. 5, 1946. Sandwich man. 
© lc 3Feb47;D unp. 7370. 

38. Dec. 12, 1946. Trees. © lc 
3Feb47; D unp. 7369. 

39. Dec. 19, 1946. Santa Claus. 
© lc 3Feb47;D unp. 7368. 

40. Dec. 26, 1946. Post Christ- 
mas. © lc 3Feb47; D unp. 7367. 

41. Jan. 2, 1947. Jigg's tuxedo. © 
lc 3Feb47; D unp. 7366. 

42. Jan. 9, 1947. Jiggs' job. © lc 
3Feb47; D unp. 7365. 

43. Jan. 16, 1947. Mental hazard. 
© lc 3Feb47: D unp. 7384. 

44. Jan. 23, 1947. Palm Beach 
suit. © lc 3Feb47; D unp. 7363. 

45. Jan. 30, 1947. Stella Dallas 
Finnegan. © lc 3Feb47; D unp. 
7362. 

46. Feb. 6, 1947. Phantom Lady. 



© lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8613. 

47. Feb. 13 1947. Valentine. © 
lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8612. 

48. Feb. 20, 1947. George Wash- 
ington. © lc 26Mar47;D unp. 
8611. 

49. Feb. 27, 1947. Happy birthday. 
© lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8610. 

50. Mar. 6, 1947. Fugitive Finne- 
gan. © lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8609. 

51. Mar. 13, 1947. Jiggs' pal. © 
lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8608. 

52. Mar. 20, 1947. Finnegan's fig- 
ure. © lc 26Mar47; D unp. 8607. 

THAT'S for remembrance. See Law- 
rence, Reginald. 

THAT'S my penny. See Greenawalt, 
Nancy Joan. 

THAT'S my wife. See Carl, Donald. 

THEATERVERLAG REISS, a. g. 

Abenteuer in Schanghai. See Letraz, 
Jean de. 

Der baukasten. See Fassbind, Franz. 

Esther. See Hochwaelder, Fritz. 

Ferien im Tessin. See Volker, 
Willy. 

Gerichtstag. See Hay, Julius. 

Das heilige experiment. See Hochwael- 
der, Fritz. 

Heimkehr ins paradies. See Demetz, 
Peter. 

Henrietta soil tanzen. See Andermann, 
Karl. 

Hotel du Commerce. See Hochwael- 
der, Fritz. 

Im bunde der dritte. See Volker, 
Willy. 

Der kinder-feldzug. See Carlberg, 
Erika. 

Der kleine star. See Lichtenberg, 
Wilhelm. 

Notturno. See Fassbind, Franz. 

Pfeffer und salz. See Mordo, Renato. 

Die wiedertaeufer. See Duerrenmatt, 
Friedrich. 

Weisse wolke. Wiener walzer. See 
Peroutka, Ferdinand. 

THEATRE, t. 3. See Puget, Claude 
Andre. 

THEKLA, M. C, pseud. See Walsh, 
Miriam Cooper. 

THEMESONG. See Bunnell, EUsworth 
Harry. 

THERE are such things. See Serino, 
James Vincent. 

THERE must be 1 See Hoogasian, Harold 
Barkif. 

THEREN Wassen story. See The adven- 
turers' club, May 3, 194TT 

THERE'S always somebody else. See 
Efron, Morris. 

THERESE. See Job, Thomas. 

THERESE Raquin, source title. See 
Deane, William Charles. Conscience. 
Job, Thomas. Therese. 

THESE things of honor. See Bauer, 
Eileen Marie Cosgriff . 

THESE things we live by. See Graham, 
Jo. 

THEY also serve. See Roling, Audrey 
M. 

THEY shot him again. See Clark, 
Maurice Charles. 



THEY who see not shaU see. See The 
greatest story ever told, no. 16. 

THEY'RE all in. See Sher, Benjamin 
R. 

THIEBAUT, MARCEL. 
Doris, piece en trois actes et un prologue. 
Paris, Calmann-Levy, cl946. 185 p. 
19cm. © Calmann-Levy, Paris; 
15Jul46; D pub. 7394. 

THE THIEF and the hangman. See The 
eternal light, no. 117. 

THINGS was made that way. See 
Dashevsky, Lewis B. 

THINK if you like. See Schiff, Chester. 

THE THIRD attribute. See The eternal 
light, no. 105. 

THIRTY-FIVE years of progress. See 
Handy (Jam) organization. 

THIS above aU. See Rosamond, Lloyd 
K. 

THIS day and age. See Van Woeart, 
Alp he us. 

THIS faded pageant. See Steinau, 
Jacques. 

THIS faith. See Koch, Hope Carline. 

THIS happy marriage. See Nielsen, 
Francis Woodruff. 

THIS is our heritage. See Kenny, 
Martin John. 

THIS is your state police. See Ducovny, 
AUen. 

THIS was tomorrow. See Russell, 
Frank Liscum. 

THOMAS, CLIFFORD C. See 
Trendle -Thomas. 

THOMAS, NORMAN W. 
Tim O'Rorty; original screen play with 
theme song. Fourteen episodes. Text 
only. © Norman W. Thomas, Toronto; 
lc 18Feb47;D unp. 7662. 

THOMPSON (J. WALTER) COMPANY. See 
Kraft music hall. 
Lux radio theatre. 
Tennessee Jed. 

THOMPSON, JOHN ROGERS. 
Pappy's princess, a play in three 
acts. © John Rogers Thompson, New 
York; lc 9Feb47; D unp. 7538. 

THOMPSON, MARY M. 
Tribute to dad, a monologue. © Mary 
M. Thompson, Camden, N. J.; lc 
12Jan47; D unp. 6867. 

THORESEN, CHRISTAL INGAR. 
Penny for your thoughts. See Candee, 
Marjorie Dent. 

THORNE, BLANCHE. 
Song from heaven. A play in four scenes, 
with prologue and epilogue. © Blanche 
Thome, Kent City, Mich.; lc 13Mar47; 
D unp. 8080. 

THOSE big blue eyes. See Vander 
May, Joanne Gertrude. 

THOSE ills we have. See Curtis, 
Truman. 

THOSE who play with fire get burned. See 
The adventures of Frank MerriweU, no. 9. 



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A THREAD of scarlet. See Erickson, 
Jane Mary. 

THE THREE brothers. See Jacobs, 
Charles Huntington. Introduction to 
The three brothers. 

THE THREE-CORNERED hat. See 
Quinn, Francis Henry. 

THE 3Gs of shaving pleasure. See 
Cohen, Norman. 

THE THREE geese on a pig farm. See 
Hill, Robert Draper. 

THREE girls and three women. See 
Lewis, Philip. 

THE THREE Graces. See Armstrong, 
Alta Florence. 

329. See Berger, Robert William. 

THE THREE little pigs. See Bergen, 
Edgar. 

THREE men and a myth. See Hale, 
LeRoy Franklin. 

THREE miles out. See Chapin, Margaret. 

THREE— 9660. See Lechner, Michael. 

THREE plays about the Messiah. See 
Middlebrook, Douglas Percival. 

THREE strings to her bow. See Sellars, 
Eleanore Kelly. 

THREE tickets to heaven. See Bentham, 
Josephine. 

THREE -twenty -nine. See Berger, 
Robert William. 

THE THREE worlds. See Gruwer, 
Morris. 

THUNDER Martin's murder charge. 
See The Lone Ranger, no. 2209-1434. 

THUNDER moves a stagecoach. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2197-1422T" 

THURSCHWELL, HARRY. 
A young man's fancy, a comedy by 
Harry Thurschwell and Alfred 
Golden, with additional dialogue 
and scenes by Bernard Simon, 
Robert E. Perry and Henry Adrian. 
In three acts. © Henry Adrian, 
New York; lc 9Mar47; D unp. 
8604. 

THY kingdom come. See Stader, Flor- 
ence May. 

TIC Toe time. See Johnson, Arnold. 

TICHENOR, THOMAS HAGER. 
Wormwood forest. A radio script. © 
Thomas Hager Tichenor Nashville; 
lc 16May47;D unp. 9287. 

TICKET to spring-time. See Dinner, 
William. 

TIDMARSH, CLAUDINE. 
Is your honeymoon really necessary? 
See Tidmarsh, E. Vivian. 

TIDMARSH, E. VIVIAN. 
Is your honeymoon really necessary ? 
A farcical comedy in three acts. 
London Deane; Boston, Baker inter- 
national play bureau J 1946, cl94 7] 
72 p. 22cm. (Deane s series of 
plays) © Mrs. Claudine Tidmarsh, 
London; llDec46; D pub. 7218. 



TILGHMAN, JOSEPHINE GERTRUDE. 
A candle in the darkness. A play 
in one act. Josephine G. Tilt;h- 
man, Brentwood, Md.; lc 7May47; 
D unp. 9400. 

TILL the end of time. See Lux radio 
theatre, Jan. 6, 1947. 

TIM O'Rorty. See Thomas, Norman 
W. 

TIME and again. See Burt, Frank. 

TIME for everything. See Richards, 
Dorothy. 

THE TIME has come. See Cathcart, 
William Elliot. 

A TIME is to come. See Brink, Ros- 
coe. 

TIME of snow. See Martinez Sierra, 
Gregorio. 

THE TIMID angel. See Griffin, 
Mary MacNeill. 

THE TIMID souls. See Anderson, 
Axel Wilhelm. 

TIMING and action. See Morrison, 
Samuel N. How to sell retail news- 
paper advertising, no. 7. 

THE TIN man. See Chernoff, Victor. 

TIN Pan Alley Cinderella. See Lucke, 
Thomas. 

TINY Harmonica at Carnegie Hall. 
See Marvin, Julie. 

TIO Juan. See Cooley, Laura C. 

TO all men. See Dr. Christian, no. 
415. 

TO catch a crook. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2178-1403. 

TO catch the wind. See Royce, 
Riza Maria. 

TO dream again. See Haigh, Veronica. 

TO live or to die. See Crutchfield, 
LesM. 

TO lose is to win. See Parker, Char- 
lotte Ann. 

TO Yellowstone we go. See MacCowan, 
Philip. 

TOBIAS, JAY, 1896- 
House for sale haunted, a mystery 
comedy in three acts. Boston, Drama 
guild publishers [19471 131 p. 19cm. 
(Drama guild plays) © Drama guild 
publishers, Boston; 21Jan47; D pub. 
7290. 

TOBIN, JEROME FRANCIS PATRICK. 
Rastus and the lion-tamer. A radio 
script. © Jerome F. P. Tobin, 
New York; lc 24Apr47; D unp. 9430. 

TODD, EATHEL M. 
Mr. X. Radio script. © Eathel M. 
Todd, Brownville, N. Y.; lc 16Feb47; 
C 1290. 

TOGETHER again. See Lux radio 
theatre, Dec. 9, 19367 

TOGETHER we live. See Field, Stanley. 



TOLA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
The Roosevelt story. See Klee, 
Lawrence M. 

TOLLER, ELSE. 
Furlough from Heaven, a fantasia in 
three acts. Dr. Else Toller, 
Beacon, N. Y.; lc 26Feb47; D unp. 
7941. 

TOLLERIS, RALPH. 
Star boarders. See Diamond, Richard. 

TOLSTOI, LEV N1KOLAEVICH, graf, 
1828-1910. 
War and peace. See Randole, Leo. 

TOM Jones: the romance of a foundling. 
See Clarkson, Paul S. 

TOM Morningstar's return. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2244-1469. 

TOMAHAWK cut. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2188-1413. 

TOMBSTONE Newton. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2203-1428. 

TOMBSTONE Tommie. See Dr. Chris- 
tian, no. 440. 

TOMLINSON, DIANE ELIZABETH. 
Mirror on the wall, a one act play. 
© Diane Tomlinson, Allentown Pa.; 
lc 25Mar47;D unp. 8237. 

TOMMY. See Rockey, Ordean. 

TOMORROW is a secret. See SheUey, 
Elsa. 

TO-MORROW we conquer. See Preston, 
David. 

TO-MORROW'S vengeance. See Ready, 
Stuart. 

TOM'S about face. See The Lone Ranger 
no. 2239-1464. 

TOMSON, HARRIET ALBERTA. 
Beside the still waters, a skit for the 
Fourth of July or for any other day. 
© Harriet Alberta Tomson, Topeka, 
Kan.; lc 10Jan47; D unp. 7002. 
Oleelya, a radio play in three acts. 
© Harriet Alberta Tomson, Topeka, 
Kan.; lc 10Jan47;D unp. 7003. 

TONE PRODUCTS COPORATION OF 
AMERICA. 

Aesop's fables. See Cott, Ted. 
Children's opry house. See CotL Ted. 
Mother Goose pa rtv. See Cott Ted. 
Old Mac Donald had a farm, 107-A. See 

Cott, Ted. 
Old Mac Donald went to town, 107-B. 

See Cott, Ted. 
Rumpelstiltskin. See Rice, Matthew. 
Seven at a blow. See Rice, Matthew. 

THE TONTO Basin war. See Huson, 
Willis Ora. 

TOO little glory. See Mantley, John 

Truman. 

TOO many tootses. See Iven, George. 

TOO sweet for sixteen. See Stone, 
James Floyd. 

TOO warm for mink. See Hayes, Robert 
Austin. 

THE TOP Hat Gang. See The Green Hor- 
net, no. 791. 

TOP news of the week in the light of Bible 



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prophecy. See Schiffner, Alexander. 

TOPA JOHN ARTHUR. 
The lost headline, a play. 25 leaves. 
© John Arthur Topa, Portland, Or.; 
lc 20Jan47;D unp. 7036. 

THE TORN sleeve. See Challenge of 
the Yukon, no. 479. 

LA TOSCA, source title. See Dace, 
Edwin Wallace. Death of a fascist. 

TOSTE, "FRANK ANTHONY. 
A hectic night; one act play. © Frank 
Anthony Toste, Providence; lc 
16May47;D unp. 9517. 

TOUGH kid from Kansas City. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2180-1405. 



LE TOURBILLON. 
Bernard. 



See Zimmer, 



TOURIST season. See Staats, Henry 
Philip. 

TOURNIQUET. See Corcoran, Frances 
Virginia. 

TOUS les deux. See Dulud, Michel. 

TOVROV, ORIN. 
Ma Perkins. See Ma Perkins. (Radio 

program) 
The world and I. Radio script, no. 1. 

© Orin Tovrov, Chicago; lc 8Mar47; 

D unp. 8036. 

TOWER, LAWRENCE PHELPS. 
The origin of the Stars and Stripes. 
Address. © Lawrence Phelps Tower, 
New York; lc 310ct46; C 1109. New 
matter: additions. Prev. reg. The 
American ensign (The origin of the 
Stars and Stripes), 18May45, C 17280. 

TOWN Hall revue. See Kaser, Arthur 
Le Roy. 

TRACY, ROYAL DANA. 
In the blood, a play in three acts. © 
Royal Dana Tracy, New York; lc 
25Apr47;D unp. 9402. 

THE TRAGEDY of King Edward. See 
McBride, Walter Thomas. 

THE TRAGIC road to safety. See 
Howe, Donald H. 
Lewis, Jack R. 

THE TRAITOR of Astoria. See Emmons, 
Delia Gould. 

LA TRAITRESSE. See Morey, Etienne. 

THE TRAP. See O'NeiU, Edward Hugh. 

TRAPP, W. B. 
What the health? See Treser, Robert 
M. 

THE TREASURE. See 
The eternal light, no. 115. 
Foojie and the magic harp. 
Houston, Gemma d Auria. 

TREASURY AGENT, INC. See Treasury 
agent. (Radio program) 

TREASURY AGENT. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Treasury 
agent, inc. © Treasury agent, inc., 
New York. 

1. Apr. 14 1947. Case of the hate 
racket. © lc 24Apr47; D unp. 8915. 

2. Apr. 21, 1947. Case of Big Boss 
Reynolds. © lc 2May47; D unp. 9065. 



3. Apr. 28, 1947. Case of the 
fabulous Maxine Gang. © lc 
2May47; D unp. 9066. 

4. May 5, 1947. Case of the lady 
in red. © lc 17May47;D unp. 
9298, 

5. May 12, 1947. Case of Big 
Boss Benny Gleason. © lc 
17May47;D unp. 9299. 

6. May 19, 194 7. Case of the 
counterfeit-murder ring. © 
lc 2 7May47; D unp. 9392. 

7. May 26, 1947. Case of the 
counterfeit murder ring, 
part II. © lc 14Jun47;D unp. 
10348. 

TREASURY agent, radio script. See 
Lord, inc. 

TREES. See That's Finnegan, no. 38. 

TREGELLAS, JACK LEDDY. 

Cash — combo. Radio script by 
Jack Leddy Tregallas and D 'Albert 
Maxwell Le Marquand. © Jack 
Leddy Tregellas and D 'Albert 
Maxwell Le Marquand, Vancouver, 
Can.; lc 28Apr47; D unp. 9003. 

Chain of gold. See LeMarquand, 
Dalbert Maxwell. 

TREKLANG. See Krog, Helge. 

TRENDLE, GEORGE W. See 
Challenge of the Yukon. 
The Green Hornet. 
The Lone Ranger. 



TRENDLE -BEATTIE . 
The Green Hornet. 
The Lone Ranger. 



See 



TRENDLE -BELDING. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

TRENDLE -DE VRIES. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

TRENDLE -GOLL. See The Lone Ranger. 

TRENDLE -LAY. See The Green Hornet. 

TRENDLE -MCCARTHY. See The Green 
Hornet. 

TRENDLE -MERRILL. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

TRENDLE -RANDON. See 
The Green Hornet. 
The Lone Ranger. 

TRENDLE -STRIKER. See 
The Green Hornet. 
The Lone Ranger. 

TRENDLE -THOMAS. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

TRESER, ROBERT M. 
What the health? A musical comedy 
in two acts by R. M. Treser and L.J. 
Berger. Music by R. M. Treser, 
W. B. Trapp and C. M. Weigle, jr. 
Text and music on separate leaves. 
© Robert M. Treser. Staunton, Va.; 
lc 6Mar47;D unp. 1174. 

TRESSEL, DORIS. See Brill (Glenn) 
advertising agency. 

TRESSEL, JAMES W. See Brill (Glenn) 
advertismg agency. 

TRIAL by fire. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 



THE TRIBULATIONS of Wing Lu. 
Peach, Lawrence Du Garde. 



See 



TRIBUTE to dad. See Thompson, 
Mary M. 

A TRICK of hearts. See Miller, 
James Pinckney. 

TRIESTE, LEOPOLDO. 
Headlines; drama in three acts by 
Leopoldo Trieste; translation from 
the Italian by Maria Bazzi Marsh 
Allen. © Mrs. M. Marsh Allen 
(Maria Bazzi) Santa Monica, Calif.; 
lc 27May47;D unp. 9486. 

LA TRILOGIA di Rossi. See Rossi, 
Giovanni. La madre rivelatasi. 

TRIMBLE, JESSY. 
For this was I born. See Lange, Minel- 
da. 

TRIMMER, EDWIN WILSON. 
Homeward journey. A play in 113 
leaves. © Edwin Wilson Trimmer, 
FaUs Church, Va.; lc 10Apr47; 
D unp. 8670. 

TRIO. See Duvernois, Henri. Comedies. 

A TRIP to the stars. See Mitchell, 
JohnW. 

THE TROLLEY Bible of the Broadway 
line. See The eternal light, no. 131. 

TROLLEY day. See Schenk, Rosaneil 
Reynolds. D unp. 9201. 

THE TROUBLE with liquor. See 
Liggett, Arthur Cornelius. Liquor 
is tasteless. 

THE TRUANT sun. See Hess, Virginia 
A. 

TRUE as any man. See Rosenbaum, 
Irwin S. 

THE TRUE circle. See Maier, George E. 

THE TRUE Hebert story. See Dorrity, 
Edward G. 

TRULY your friend Sarah Hale. See 
Keller, Lois Peterson. 

TRUTH'S citadel. See Sherman, Alice 
Ella. 

TRYBULA, FRANK. 
Zachcialo sie frankowi wdowy, ulozyl 
Baron Chlopski [pseudJ A comedy 
in two acts. © Frank Trybula, Chi- 
cago; lc 18Jan47; D unp. 7080. 

TSCHECHOW, ANTON PAVLOWITSCH. 
See Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 

TUFFY. See Biesantz, Sylvia. 

TULLEN, JACOB. 
Yes, dear; a comedy by Mark Allen 
[pseud.] In three acts. © Jacob 
Tullen, Philadelphia; lc 28Feb47; 
D unp. 7832. 

TULLY, NORA. 
The elves and the shoemaker [a play 
in three acts] by Nora Tully and 
Charlotte B. Chorpenning. Anchor- 
age, Ky., Children's theatre press, 
C1946. 50 p. illus. 23cm. © 
Children's theatre press, Anchor- 
age, Ky.; 21Feb46;D pub. 7188. 

TUMBLING through time. See Firestone, 
Beatrice. 

TUNE-BEE. See Dewey, George 
Marshall. 



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THE TUNE-DUSTER. See Ecclesine, 
Joseph A. 

TUN1CK, IKVE. 

Esperiment in living. June 6 1947. 
Radio script. Columbia broad- 
casting system, inc., New York; 
lc 14Jun4 7; D unp. 9610. 

The march of science. See The 
march of science. (Radio program) 

TUNNEL thirteen. See Costa, Dante A. 

TURGEON, PETER. 
Afterglow, a play Of manners in three 
acts, by Peter Turgeon and Merritt 
Stone. © Peter Turgeon and Merritt 
Stone, New York; lc lFeb47; D unp. 
7337. 

DER TURMBAU zu Babel. See Bertuch, 
Max. 

TURMOIL. See Sands, Katherine. 

THE TURN of the turtle. See Colonna, 
Claudia. 

TURN the other cheek. See The great- 
est story ever told, no. 4. 

TURN the tables on the fables. The 
Cinderella kick. See O'Hanlon, James. 

A TURN to the left. See Gelb, Phillip 
Stanley . 

TURNER, E. ALFRED. 
Elmer of Times Square, a new comedy 

show, for radio. © E. Alfred Turner 

and Ralph Brass, Kew Gardens, N. Y.; 

lc 8Apr47;D unp. 8530. 
Laff your troubles away. See Loeb, 

Jack Barton. 

TURNEY, ROBERT. 
The barren heart. By Robert Turney 
and John Lamb. A play in three acts. 
© Robert Turney and John Lamb, 
Los Angeles; lc 28Apr47; D unp. 
9459. 

TURNING point. See Decker, Delia 
West. Christmas star; Mama's boy. 

THE TURNING point. See McCulloch, 
Samuel Colin. 

TWAINIANA. See Sherman, Harold M. 

THE TWELVE dancing princesses. See 
James, Eugene Nelson. 

TWINKLING of an eye. See Andros, 
Guy. 

TWO cylinder trouble. See The adven- 
tures of Frank Merriwell, no. 21. 

TWO on the hall shell. See Allardice, 
James Burns. 

THE 2r-triangle method for rectifying 
circle arcs. See Hartmann, Frithjof A. 

TWO too many. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 421. 

TWO Top Gruskin. See Gardner, Ed. 

TWO wings for to fly with. See Dough- 
erty, William LoweU. 

TWO women. See Sarabhai, Bharati 
Devi. 

TWO young. See Leopold. Teddy. 

TYLER, BETTY JANE. 
The difference. Radio script. B Betty 



Jane Tyler New York; lc 18J.m47; 
D unp. 7012. 

TYLER, LINTON JAMES. 
Fourteen makes a dozen, by Linton 
Tyler and David DeNoon. A play 
in three acts. & David John De- 
Noon, Coral Gables, Fla.; and 
Linton James Tyler Miami, Fla.; 
lc 4Jun47; D unp. 9522. 

TYNDALL, RICHARD, pseud. See 
Foch, Dirk. 

THE TZADDICK of Nurmberg. See 
The eternal light, no. 124. 

U 

UCHITEL, MARY E. 
Children in Healthland; play for 
primary grades. © Mary E. 
Uchitel Brooklyn; lc 18Feb4 7; 

ULLABELLA. See Kehler, Henning. 

UN par cinq. See Riopel, Julien. 

THE UNBROKEN melody. See 
Waldteufel, Henri. 

UNBURIED dead. See Sartre, Jean 
Paul. 

UNCLE By's two wives. See Reader's 
digest— radio edition, n6TT52. 

UNCLE Eph at the UN. See Easton, 
Sidney. 

UNCLE Harvey's recipe. See Harrow, 
Alan George. 

UNCLE Pat plays Cupid. See Weber, 
Dolores Ann. 

THE UNCONQUERED. See Hare.Amory. 

UND wo bleibt da die liebe? See 
Marion, Kurt. 

UNDER the chestnut trees of Prague. 
See Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailo- 
vich. 

THE UNDERGROUND river. See 
Sarton, May. 

UNDERSTANDING in selling. See 
Powell, Alton Maurice. It s time to 
sell again, no. 2. 

UNDERWEAR by mail order. See 
Bergen, Edgar. 



UNFINISHED business. 
Peter. 



See Hernandez, 



UNGALLANT gesture. See Colbert, 
Patricia Ann. 

UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CON- 
GREGATIONS. 
An assembly program for Founder's 

day for the elementary school. See 

Blank, Amy K. 
The dreidlach that wouldn't spin. See 

Blank, Irwin M. 
Lightning verdict. See Simon, Beatrice. 
The spirit of Purim. See Leonard, 

Oscar. 

THE UNION primer. See Dorrity, Ed- 
ward G. 

UNIQUE kiddie stories. See Hueston, 
Billy. 

UNIT assembly. See Yates, Peter An- 
drew. Instructions for manufacturing, 
tailoring alterations, etc., no. 3. 

UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY. 
Agents of infectious disease. See 
Goodpasture, Ernest W. 



At the twilight zone of life. See 

Stanley, Wendell M. 
Atomic energy and medicine. See 

Warren, Stafford L. 
Effects of high pressure. See 

Bridgman, Percy W. 
Energy and the development of 

civilization. See White, Leslie 

A. 
The face of our continent. See 

Blackwelder, Eliot. 
Fingerprints in medicine. See 

Rhoads, Cornelius P. 
Light on the blood capillaries. See 

Corner, George W. 
Lightweight metals. See Jeffries, 

Zay. 
Living cells in action. See Speidel, 

Carl C. 
Mathematics and the laws of nature. 

See Weyl, Hermann. 
Physics and art. See Ives, Herbert 

E. 
Science and standards. See Condon, 

Edward U. 
The story of streptomycin. See 

Waksman, Selman. 
The structural basis of life. See 

Schmitt, Francis O. 
The utility of meteors. See Shapley, 

Harlow. 
Viruses — master parasites. See 

Berry, George Packer. 



THE UNKNOWN caller. 
Standish. 

THE UNKNOWN relative. 
Justin John. 



See Chard, 



See Brahan, 



THE UNMARRIED hat. See Hornafius, 
Daniel Linus. 

THE UNMERCIFUL steward. See 
The greatest story ever told, no. 2. 

UNSEEN enemies. See The march of 
science. 

UNSEEN scar. See Maltz, Maxwell. 

UNTIL December. See West, Mae. 

UNTIL I find her. See Humphrey, 
William J. For the throne; or, Un- 
til I find her. 

UNTIL tomorrow. See Sachar, Naomi 
B. 

UNTIL tomorrow is today. See Arm- 
strong, John F. 

UNTILTED ballet. See Saddler, Donald 
Edward. 

UNTO the end. See Breen, Daniel Gor- 
don. 

UNTO the least of these. See The great- 
est story ever told, no. 18. 

UP A Christmas tree. See Fisher, 
Aileen. Four for fun. 

UREN, BERTRAM THOMAS. 
Each and every year, a drama in 
three acts and five scenes. © Ber- 
tram Thomas Uren, Jackson Heights, 
N. Y.; lc 6Feb4 7; D unp. 7454. 



THE URGENT air. 
Robert R. 



See Presnell, 



US girls. See Storer, Winifred Carol. 

USE your voice and take your choice. 
See Goodman, Frank. 



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iHE USURPERS. See Challenge of 
the Yukon, no. 4827" 

THE UTILITY of meteors. See Shapley, 
Harlow. 



LES VACANCES de Pat. 
Gina. 



See Murren, 



VACATION. See Manschinger, Grete. 

VACATION from marriage. See Lux 
radio theatre, May 28, 194 7. 

VACATION in Westchester. See Valla - 
relli, Frederic J. 

VAJDA, ERNEST. 
The oldest crofession, a play in seven 
scenes. © Ernest Vajda, Los Angel- 
es; lc 18Jan47;D unp. 7009. 

VALAIRE, ROBERT, pseud. See Arlet, 
Robert. 

VALDERA, FELIX. 
Richard ain't openin' no door. Song 
skit. © Felix Valdera Philadelphia; 
lc 17Feb47;D unp. 7661. 

VALENTE, CLEMENTE. 
Avventura in rosa e blu, commedia- 
vaudeville in 3 atti. Musiche origi- 
nali di Filippo Siragusa. Text only. 
© Edizioni Hesperia, Rome; lc 
13Apr47;D unp. 9172. 

VALENTE, LOUIS VICTOR. 
The adoption of the Declaration of 
Independence. See Douglass, Elisha 
P. 

VALENTINE. See That's Finnegan, 
no. 47. 

VALERIE. See Texereau, Elie. 

VALLARELLI, FREDERIC J. 
Vacation in Westchester, a play by 
Fred Vallery [pseud.] 87 leaves. © 
Fred J. Vallarelli, Rye, N. Y.; lc 
9May47; D unp. 9155. 

VALLERY, FRED, pseud. See Valla- 
relli, Frederic J. 

VALLEY of unrest. See Barrie, Leslie. 

VALLEY passage. See The Lone Ran- 
ger, no. 2206-1431. 

VALSE tragique. See Borg, Francois. 

VAN ALSTYNE, ANSON. 
Highlights and sidelights, series one, 
number four. Address. © Anson 
Van Alstyne, Muskegon, Mich.; lc 
21Mar47; C 1253. 

VANDERHORST, YVONNE ROSAMUND. 
Panic, a play in three acts. © Yvonne 
Vanderhorst, Taos, N. M.; lc 
2Jun47;D unp. 9512. 

VANDER MAY, JOANNE GERTRUDE. 
Those big blue eyes. A play in three 
scenes. © Joanne Gertrude Vander 
May, Allentown, Pa.; lc 26Mar47; 
D unp. 8614. 

VAN DEURSEN, J. M. 
Souvenir de Gangin; ballet. 1 leaf. © 
J. M. Van Deursen Los Angeles; lc 
23May47;D unp. 9368. 

VAN DOREN, EDWARD F. 
Hands across the sea. Episode no. 1. 
Radio script. © Edward F. Van 



Doren, Manhattan Beach, Calif.; 

lc 31May47; D unp. 10073. 
Hands across the sea. India. Radio 

script. © Edward F. Van Doren, 

Manhattan Beach, Calif.; lc 

31May47;D unp. 10074. 
Hands across the sea. South seas. 

Radio script. © Edward F. Van 

Doren, Manhattan Beach, Calif.; 

lc 31May47; D unp. 10075. 

VANDY and the Doodlebug. See 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

VANDYKE, HENRY, 1852-1933. 
The story of the other wise man, 
source title. See Morgan, Jane. 
The other wise man. 

VANGUARD FILMS, INC. 
Little women, a play in three acts 
by John S. Rodell, based on the 
novel by Louisa M. Alcott and 
Andrew Solt's screen play for 
production by David O. Selznick. 
© Vanguard films, inc., Culver 
City, Calif.; lc 23Jan47; D unp. 
7285. 

VAN RAAS, AHDA. 
Lovers are liars, by Ahda and 
Bettina Van Raas. Radio script. 
© Ahda Artzt, New York; lc 
lMay4 7; D unp. 9052. 

VAN RAAS, BETTINA. 
Lovers are liars. See Van Raas, 
Ahda. 

VAN ROSEN, BEATRICE. 
The mushroom cloud, a play in one 
act. © Beatrice Van Rosen, New 
York; lc 14May47; D unp. 9244. 

VAN WOEART, ALPHEUS. 
Al Haddon and his lamp. See Mc- 

Mullen, Joseph Carl. 
This day and age, a comedy in three 
acts by Vance Halloway [pseud.] 
and J. C. McMullen. Boston, Baker's 
plays [1947] 80 p. diagr. 19cm. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston; HJun47; 
D pub. 10327. 

VASIL, H. J. See Vassiliades, Helen 
J. 

VASSILIADES, HELEN J. 
The Allisons, by H.J. Vasil. Audition 
script. © Helen J. Vassiliades, Salt 
Lake City; lc 3Feb47; C 1121. 

VEEDER, EMILIE R. 
Forward in tune with the times. Floor 
show. © Emilie R. Veeder, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y.; lc 6Jun47; D unp. 10008. 

VEITCH, SAMUEL LEWIS. 
History of hymns. Radio script. © 
Samuel Lewis Veitch, Philadelphia; 
lc 23Feb47;D unp. 7694. 

VELAZQUEZ, LUIS PASTOR. 
El diario de una madre. See Lehman, 
Valeria R. 

VELEZ DE GUEVARA Y DUENAS, 
LUIS, 1579-1644. 
Reinar despues de morir. See 
Montherlant, Henry de. La reine 
morte. 

VENTADOUR, FANNY. 
Quadroon ball; scenario for a ballet. 
© Fanny Ventadour, New Orleans; 
lc 30Jan47; D unp. 7503. 

VENTRILOQUISM exposed. See Bergen, 
Edgar. 



VENUS for a day. See Clark, Alysia. 

VER BECKE, W. EDWIN. 
Out of Eros born, a comedy -drama 
in three acts, with incidental music 
background. Text only. S W. Edwin 
Ver Becke, Sausalito, Calif.; lc 
9May47; D unp. 9159. 

VERDIGRIS primitive. See Riggs, 

Lynn. 

VERLAG FUR SCHONE WISSEN- 
SCHAFTEN. 

Karoline von Giinderrode. See 
Steffen, Albert. 

VERNON, VIRGINIA. 
Cavalcade. See Coward, Noel. 

VETARO beauty chain. See Melaro, 
HJM. 

VICIOUS sequel. Sea Allen, Aria. 

VICTOR, VICTOR. 
The impossible takes longer, a play 
for today. In three acts. © Victor 
Victor, Hempstead, N. Y.; lc 
2 7May47;D unp. 9390. 

THE VICTORS. See Sartre, Jean Paul. 
Unburied dead. 

THE VICTORY of the vegetables. See 
Marvin, Julie. 



VIDEO ASSOCIATES, INC. 
Cafe Domino. See Segal, Zelick. 
Parents, please! See Jones, Barbara 

E. 
Personality previews, no. 3. See 

Jones, Barbara E. 
Personality previews, no. 4. See Jones, 

Barbara E. 
Superstition in nutrition, no. 1. See 

Fredericks, Carlton. 

VIERA, Mrs. GEORGE E. See Viera, 
Lillian Jones. 

VIERA, LILLIAN JONES. 

The boy who found Jesus, a Children's 
day drama in one act, by Lillian 
deViera. © Lillian J. Viera (Mrs. 
George E.) Oakland Calif.; lc 
24Feb47; D unp. 7807. 

Hard wind blowing, a one-act melo- 
drama, by Lillian deViera. © 
Lillian J. Viera (Mrs. George E.) 
Oakland, Calif.; lc 24Feb47; 
D unp. 7809. 

An old Spanish custom, a musical 
short, by Lillian deViera. In one 
scene. Text only. © Lillian J. 
Viera (Mrs. George E.) Oakland, 
Calif.; lc 24Feb47;D unp. 7808. 

THE VIGIL. See Fodor, Ladislas. 

VIGNETTES in violet and various 
shades of blue, source title. See 
Corcoran, Robert John. 

LA VILLE qui parle. See Glauser, 
Alfred. 

VINGT-CINQ ans de bonheur. See 
Lefrancq, Germaine. 

VIOLET dawn. See Kline, Erma 
Irene. Denise. 

VIOLETTA. See Lindstrom, Lucile 
I. 

THE VIOLIN lesson. See Benny, 
Jack. 



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THE VIOLIN on the hill. See French, 
Florence Felton. 

VIRGIN trail. See Maxwell, Lester. 

VIRUSES — master parasites. See 
Berry, George Packer. 

VISIT from oblivion. See Hubbard, 
Haven. 

A VISIT to the dairy. See Jordan, 
James. 

VODRA, RICHARD J. 
D minus one. (Radio's outstanding 
theater of thrills, Aug. 8, 1946) 

Roma wine co., Fresno, Calif.; 
lc 30Jan4 7;D imp. 7400. 

VOGEL, ARTHUR. 
The battle for 3-B, a one-act play 
about the housing situation, t 
Arthur Vogel, New York; Ic25jan47; 
D unp. 7212. 



THE VOICE of the wizard. 
Barnouw, Erik. 



See 



VOLCANO. See Burnside, Norman. 

VOLKER, WILLY. 

Ferien im Tessin, operette in drei 
akten, von Willy Volker, musik 
von Alexander Krannhals, gesangs- 
texte von Kurd E. Heyne. Text and 
music in separate volumes. % 
Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland; lc 5Nov46; D unp. 
1148. 

Im bunde der dritte; lustspiel in 
drei akten. © Kurt Reiss theater- 
verlag, a. g., Basel, Switzerland; 
lc 21Nov46; D unp. 7019. 

VON BOMHARD, MORITZ. 
The wall. See Lawther, Ross. 

VON HESSE, MAXEDA FERGUSON. 
Horse -shoe over my door! Book and 
lyrics by Maxeda von Hesse; music 
by Jane Douglass. Text only. I 
Maxeda Ferguson von Hesse, New 
York; lc 10Apr47;D unp. 8660. 

VON SCHILLING, ERICH, pseud. See 
Schaber, Eric Carl. 

VOX PRODUCTIONS INC. 
Frederick Francois Chopin, his story 

and his music. See Machlis, Joseph. 
Robert Alexander Schumann, his story 

and his music. See Machlis, Joseph. 

VRATNY FRANK. 

Fouled fish-line; three act play by 
Frank and Meta Vratny. E Frank 
and Meta Vratny, Detroit; lc 7Jun47; 
D unp. 10156. 

Frustrated silence, a comedy -drama 
in two acts, by Frank and Meta 
Vratny. © Frank and Meta Vratny, 
Detroit; lc lMar4 7; D unp. 7828. 

High low, a drama in three acts by 
Frank and Meta Vratny. Frank 
and Meta Vratny, Detroit; lc 
15Mar47;D unp. 8344. 

Peace in our time, three act comedy 
on life of American Czechs, t 
Frank Vratny, Detroit; lc 20Apr47; 
D unp. 8836. 

VRATNY, META. 
Fouled fish-line. See Vratny, Frank. 
Frustrated silence. See Vratny, Frank. 
High low. See Vratny, Frank. 

W 

WACHTHAUSEN, DIDIER. See Daix, 
Didier. 



WACK, LOUIS. 
The shining banner. Address. © Louis 
Wack, New York; lc 9Dec46; C 1033. 

WADS WORTH, MILDRED. 
Little Black Sambo, a musical skit 
for first and second grades, adapted 
from the folk tale by Helen Banner- 
man. Music and text by Mildred 
Wadsworth. Evanston, 111., Row 
Peterson [1946] lip. 21cm. 
Row, Peterson and co., Evanston, 
111.; 170ct46; D pub. 1210. 

WAGNER, LOIS ELIZABETH. 
Lydia's transformation. A play in 
three scenes, © Lois Elizabeth 
Wagner, Tamqua, Pa.; lc 15Mar47; 
D unp. 8122. 

WAGSTAFFE, MAUD. 
My son, by Maud de Wagstaffe. A 
play in four acts. © Maud Wagstaffe, 
New York; lc 20Jun4 7; D unp. 9628. 

WAHNSCHAFFE, KLARA. 

Babysitter, a comedy for the screen 
with ten songs. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Klara Wahn- 
schaffe, Arlington, Va.; lc 17Feb4 7; 
D unp. 1160. 

Babysitter, a comedy for the screen 
with 10 songs. Text only. © Klara 
Wahnschaffe, Arlington, Va.; lc 
7Jan47; D unp. 6789. 

THE WAKE. See Corcoran, Robert John. 

WAKEFIELD, E. RUSSELL. 
Hearken to the evidence. See Akins, 
Zoe. 

WAKSMAN, SELMAN. 
The story of streptomycin. New York 
Philharmonic-symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Jan. 5, 1947. I 
United States rubber co., New York; 
lc 15Jan47; C 1085. 

WALDEN, WILLIAM. 
The other side of the moon, a. short 
play in three acts. © William Walden, 
Brooklyn; lc 14Mar47;D unp. 8476. 

WALDO Logan story. See The adventur- 
ers' club, June 7, 1947. 

WALDTEUFEL, HENRI. 
The unbroken melody; musical comedy 
in four acts. Scenario by Henri Wald- 
teufel, music by Emile Waldteufel. 
Text only. © Ascherberg, Hopwood 
and Crew, ltd., London; lc 7Apr47; 
D unp. 8515. 

WALKER, AUBREY DANVERS. See 
Danvers-Walker, Aubrey. 

WALKER, DON. 
The fabulous doll, a fanciful operetta 
with book, words and music by Don 
Walker and Clay Warnick; book based 
on La Poupee, by Maurice Ordonneau. 
In two acts. Text only. © Don Walker 
and Clay Warnick New York; lc 
7Mar4 7; D unp. 8003. 

WALKER, E. JERRY. 

Jungle journey, a scientific adventure 
serial for children. Program no. 19. 
3 E. Jerri' Walker Chicago; lc 
29Dec46; D unp. 6735. 

Willie the Churchmouse, a story for 
children, with music and sound 
effects. Story by Jerry Walker; 
music by Howard Petersen. 9 leaves. 
Text only. E. Jerry' Walker, Chi- 
cago; lc 29Dec46; D unp. 6734. 

WALKER, LILLIE L. DANIELS. 
Authority; lecture no. 6. Lillie L. 



Daniels Walker Los Angeles; lc 

14Apr47; C 1358. 
Force in form; lecture no. 3. Lillie 

L. Daniels Walker, Los Angeles; lc 

14Apr4 7; C 1355. 
Force of intelligence; lecture no. 2. 
LUlii- L. Daniels Walker, Los 

Angeles; lc 14Apr4 7; C 1354. 
God; lecture no. 7. Lillie L. 

Daniels Walker Los Angeles; lc 

14Apr47; C 1359. 
Intelligence; lecture no. 1. Lillie 

L. Daniels Walker Los Angeles; 

lc 14Apr47; C 1353. 
Knowledge; lecture no. 5. Lillie 

L. Daniels Walker, Los Angeles: 

lc 14Apr47; C 1357. 
Sex; lecture no. 4. Lillie L. 

Daniels Walker, Los Angeles; lc 

14Apr47; C 1356. 

WALKER AND DOWNING, GENERAL 
AGENCY. See Fishing and hunting 
club of the air. 

THE WALL. See Lawther, Ross. 

WALL of lies. See Pack, Harvey. 

WALLACE, EDITH NANCY. 
Marylou. A play In four scenes. 
Edith Nancy Wallace, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8124. 

WALLACE, MAUDE ORITA. 
Meet King Winter, a short musical 
playlet for children In one act; book, 
lyrics and music. Chicago, Summy; 
[etcjcl946. 16 p. 26cm. Clay- 
ton F. Summy co., Chicago; 19Dec46; 
D pub. 1143. 

WALLACE Wlmpole drops In. See Jor- 
dan, James. 

WALLACH, GEORGE. 
The story of a star; format and outline 
of presentation for a weekly radio 
series. 6 leaves. © George Wallach, 
Fox Hills, Staten Island, N. Y.; lc 
21Jan4 7; D unp. 7069. 

WALLER VAN. 
A dog's life, a farce In one act for twelve 
women. Franklin, O., Eldrldge enter- 
tainment house, Inc.; [etc. ] cl946. 20 p. 
19cm. (Eldrldge plays for girls and 
women) I Eldrldge entertainment 
house, Inc.. Franklin, O.; 13May46; 
D pub. 7683. 

WALLENSTEIN, MARCEL. 
The Scuddlevaigs, by Marcel Wallen- 
steln and M. K. Kennedy. A play In 
three acts. X Marcel Wallensteln 
and M. K. Kennedy, New York; lc 
15May47;D unp. 9290. 

WALLY the waltzing mouse. See Hues- 
ton, Billy. 

WALMSLEY, LEO, 1892- 
Sally Lunn, a comedy In three acts. 
London, Collins publishers, 194 7. 
126 p. 19cm. E LeoWalmsley, 
Skippton-in-Craven. Yorks., Eng.; 
24Mar47;D pub. 10321. 

WALPOLE, HELEN. 
Confound their politics, by Helen Wal- 
pole; research by Helen James Brewer. 
A play In three acts. B Helen Walpole 
and Helen James Brewer, New York; 
lc 3Mar4 7; D unp. 78 73. 

WALSH, HENRY. 
The prairie burner. The Cavalcade of 
America, broadcast Jan. 13, 1947. 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and co., 
Wilmington, Del.; lc 5Mar4 7; D unp. 788 7. 



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WALSH, MIRIAM COCPER. 
Maria Van Alstrum a three -act 
play by M. C. Thekla [pseud. 1 © 
Miriam Cooper Walsh, New York; 
lc 3Apr47; D unp. 8458. 

WALTER, HELEN. 
Who's who in the Land of Boo a one 
act radio play. © Helen Walter, 
Los Angeles; lc 20Jan47; D unp. 
6988. 

WALTON, SIDNEY. 
The adventures of Joe Accent, the 
humorous story of a new American. 
One half -hour weekly radio comedy 
drama. © Sidney Walton, New York; 
lc 26May47;D unp. 9466. 

WALTZ me around again. See Caul- 
field, Edward. 

THE WANDERING of the little melody. 
See The eternal light, no. 88. 

THE WANHOPE building. See Finch, 
John. 

WAR and peace. See Randole, Leo. 

THE WAR of the toys. See Bow en, 
Albert Vernon. 

WARD, LEO. 
You don't say, a farce comedy in three 
acts by Leo Ward and Lloyd Chase. 
© Lloyd Fremont Chase, San Fran- 
cisco; lc 18Apr47; D unp. 8801. 

WARD BAKING COMPANY. See 
Tennessee Jed. 

A WARD of the Golden Gate. See Bott, 
Wilma Carroll. 

WARDWELL, KENNETH C. 
The happy home hour. Radio script, 
no. 1. © Kenneth C. Wardwell, Co- 
hoes, N. Y.; lc 26Feb47; D unp. 7763. 

WARE, HARLAN. 
The man on a stick. See Ware, Leon. 

WARE, LEON. 
The man on a stick, a comedy by Leon 
Ware and Harlan Ware. A play in 
three acts. © Leon Ware and Harlan 
Ware, Arcadia, Calif.; lc 10Jun47; 
D unp. 102 75. 

WARING, DOROTHY. 
Lead on my heart; play in three acts. 
The life of Edgar Allan Poe, by 
Dorothy Waring and Victor Rosen. 
© Dorothy Waring (Mrs. Stephen 
Kelen-d'Oxylion) and Victor Rosen, 
New York; lc 7Jan47; D unp. 6832. 

WARLEY, JACK. 
Arrows of longing. A play in three 
acts. © Jack Warley, New YorK; 
lc 29Apr47;D unp. 9035. 

WARNICK, CLAY. 
The fabulous doll. See Walker, Don. 

WARPED minds. See Marlowe, Corinne 
Lehman. None so blind. 

WARREN, STAFFORD L. 
Atomic energy and medicine. New 
York Philharmonic -symphony inter- 
mission feature, Broadcast Mar. 23, 
1947. © United States rubber co., 
New York; lc 3Apr4 7; C 132 7. 

WARTELL, MICHAEL. 
Jeff Clayton — foreign correspondent. 
Program no. 1, Adventure in Athens, 
by Michael Wartell and Maurice R. 



Nayer. © Michael Wartell and 
Maurice R. Nayer Detroit; lc 
21Apr47;D unp. 8863. 

WAS I born for this? See Francia, 
Antonio. 

WASN'T it a beautiful wedding? See 
Sirkin, Arthur A. 

WASN'T it odd? See Home, Kenneth. 

WASSERMANN, JACOB. 
Caspar Hauser. See Fuchs, Murray 
Louis. 

WATAMAN Pinkus. See Eldridge, 
Harmon Arnold. 

WATER hole clue. The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2229-1454. 

THE WATERBURY ghost. See 
Estoppey, Georges. The ghost of 
Waterbury. 

WATERS, JAMES FRANCIS. 

Board of missing heirs. See Board 
of missing heirs. (Radio program) 

Finders keepers; fun and fortune; 
button button,who's got the button. 
Radio program. © James F. Waters, 
New York; lc 24Jun47; D unp. 10309. 

National police award program; national 
police honor award program. A radio 
program. © James Francis Waters, 
New York; lc 5Mar47; D unp. 7878. 

Police award program; police hero 
program. Radio program. © James 
F. Waters, New York; lc 17Jun47; 
D unp. 10344. 

WATERS, MAISIE TURNER. 
The Bible solves your problems. Sug- 
gestions for radio announcements. © 
Maisie Turner Waters, Los Angeles; 
lc 31Mar47;D unp. 8512. 

WATSON, LESLIE. 
Sandcreek. See Sanderlin, Jane. 

WATT, PETER. 
Man of two minds, a play in two scenes, 
by Peter Fraser [pseud.] London, 
French ltd. [1946] 36 p. 19cm. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French ltd., London; 31Dec46; D pub. 
9538. 

WAUGHOP, KENNETH RICHARD. 
Love and learn, a comedy in three 
acts, by Ken Bruce [pseud.] © Ken 
Bruce (Kenneth Richard Waughop), 
Peoria, 111.; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 7868. 

THE WAY of a hen. See Spewack, Bella. 

WAYNE, ALAN, pseud. See Edelstein, 
Arthur Ernest. 

WAYNE, MILTON. See The eternal 
light. 

THE WAYWARD suitcase. See Ringer, 
Titus. 

WE are the chosen. See Booth, John 
Hunter. 

WE are waiting. See Patterson, Josephine. 

WE may argue. See Brown, Kathryn 
Mary. 

WE offer for this month ... See Judson, 
Lester E. 

WEAD, FRANK WILBER. 
Hotel Heartbreak, a play in three acts, 
by Frank V/ead and James Hill. © 



Frank Wilber Wead and James 
Henry Hill, jr., West Los Angeles, 
Calif.; lc 5Jun47;D unp. 10052. 
Ready room, a play. In two acts. 
© Frank Wilber Wead, Los 
Angeles; lc 3Mar47;D unp. 7849. 

WEBER, DOLORES ANN. 
Uncle Pat plays Cupid. A play in 
three scenes. © Dolores Ann 
Weber, Allentown, Pa.; lc 
13May47;D unp. 9403. 



WEBSTER'S widow, 
ford. 



See Sill, San- 



WEDD, RUBY ANNETTE. 
The girl in the gully, a play in three 
acts. © Ruby Annette Wedd, Rich- 
mond Hill. N. Y.; lc 15May47; 
D unp. 9420. 

WEDEMAN, ERNA. 
Grandeur type of a man; original 
screen play, artistic musical comedy. 
© Erna Wedeman, New York; lc 
HFeb47; D unp. 7834. 

WEEKS, ALBERT L. 
Daily double. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
It s done with mirrors. See Wilding 

picture productions, inc. 

WEEKS, RICARDO. 
The wind in our home, a play in three 
acts. © Ricardo Weeks. New York; 
lc 18May47; D unp. 9386. 

WEEP no rnor3. See Presnell, Robert 
R. 

WEFER, MARION. 
Changed command, a biblical drama in 
one act. Evanston, 111., Row, Peter- 
son [1946] 28 p. 21cm. ©Row, 
Peterson and co., Evanston, 111.; 
19Nov46; D pub. 10188. 

WEIGLE, CM. 
What the health? See Treser, Robert 
M. 

WEIL, ROBERT E. 
Once in Vienna. See Gordun, Jacob 
Harris. 

WEILER, ERICH. 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Music by 
Frank Fragale, libretto by E. Weiler. 
An opera in two acts. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © Frank Fragale 
San CarlQS, Calif.; D unp. 1177/T)/>, ,CU 
MM iS/l4l , tc. MU4*aL ■%$-. MrflJ f, 

WEINER, BESS -PAULA. 
Apples for Maria. A comedy -drama 
in three acts. Text and music in 
separate volumes. © Bess-Paula 
Weiner, Detroit; lc 6Jun47; D unp. 
1208. 

WEINER, IRA LESLIE. 

The broken mirror, a low comedy in 
one act. © Ira Leslie Weiner, 
Brooklyn; lc 8Apr47; D unp. 8580. 

The existentialist, a serious study of 
a serious study. In one scene. © 
Ira Leslie Weiner, New York; lc 
17Apr47;D unp. 8775. 

The lovers, an allegory in verse. 
12 leaves. © Ira Leslie Weiner, 
Brooklyn; lc 7Jan47;D unp. 6823. 

The merry sisters, a farce in one 
act. © Ira L. Weiner, Brooklyn; 
lc 31Jan47; D unp. 7336. 

WEINGARTEN, AARON. 
International brigade, a play in three 
parts with songs. Text only. © 
Aaron Weingarten, New York; lc 



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31Dec46; D unp. 6945. 

WEINSTOCK JACK LAURENCE. 
Operation ' Operation", a comedy 
sketch by Jack Weinstock and 
Willie Gilbert. In one scene, t 
Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, 
New York; lc 26Jun4 7; D unp. 
9658. 

WEIR, LYON STANLEY. 
Hats off. Radio script. Lyon 
Stanley Weir, New York; lc 3Feb47; 
D unp. 7334. 

WEISBERG, BARBARA JEAN. 
Look into your crystal ball a farce 
comedy. In three acts. Barbara 
Jean Weisberg, Buffalo; lc 8Jun4 7; 
D unp. 10232. 

WEISS, LUCY. 
Mr. Butterfly, a drama in prologue 
and three acts, by Lucie Wies and 
Jerome Allen. 9 Lucy Weiss, 
New York; lc 21May47; D unp. 
9346. 

WEISSE wolke. Wiener walzer. See 
Peroutka, Ferdinand. 

WELCH, ELIZABETH. 
Flag of the free, a choric drama. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson [1947] 
43 p. 21cm. © Row, Peterson and 
co., Evanston, 111.; 8Apr47; D pub. 
10191. 

WELCH, WILLIAM. See The adventures 
of Frank Merriwell. 

WELCOME home. See Gold, Irving. 

WELCOME, neighbor! See Burke, 
John Donald. 

WELDON, NATHANIEL WARREN. 
Matter and mind. A play in three 
acts. © Nathaniel Warren Weldon, 
jr., Stovall N. C; lc 20May47; 
D unp. 9316. 

WELLES, HALSTEAD. 
The stirring blood. See Miller, Sigmund. 

WELLS, BILLY K. 
Keep punching, a musical comedy by 
Billy K. Wells and Albert Bannister. 
In two acts. Text only. © Billy K. 
Wells and Albert Bannister, New York- 
lc 15Mar47; D unp. 8141. 

WELLS, DOUGLAS EMMETT. 
Kingdom by Douglas E. Wells, jr., in 
collaboration with Joy Shoemaker. A 
play in a prologue and three acts. © 
Douglas Emmett Wells, jr. and 
Joyce Evlyn Shoemaker, Little Rock, 
Ark.; lc 23Jun47; D unp. 9641. 

WELLS, VIRGINIA. 
The eternal light. See The eternal 

light. (Radio program) 
Heart-beat. Radio script, Mar. 19, 

194 7. 3 American Friends service 

committee, Philadelphia; lc 19Apr47; 

D unp. 9150. 

THE WENCH and the saint. See Farah, 
Theodore. 

WENNERGREN, TED M. 
The yellow leaf. A play in three acts. 
© Ted M. Wennergren, New York; lc 
12Feb47;D unp. 7774. 

WERE you there when they crucified my 
Lord? See Willis, Edith H. 

THE WEREWOLF of Hamilton mansion. 



See The Shadow, no. 280. 

WERFEL, ALMA M. 
Class reunion. See Hershey, Burnet. 

WERFEL, FRANZ. 
Class reunion. See Hershey, Burnet. 

WERTHAM, FREDERIC. 
Dark legend. See Fraenkel, Helene 
Esberg. 

WEST, MAE. 
Until December, a new play by Jane 
Mast [pseud.] Beverly Arden [pseud, 
and Lee Lawrenca [pseud. J In three 
acts. © Mae West, Beverly Baikoff, 
Lawrence Leibman, Los Angeles; 
lc 9Jun4 7;D unp. 10234. 

WEST, PAUL. See The great Gilder- 
sleeve. 

WESTEL, CHARLES. 
Michael Angelo, a drama of great 
achievement written for a moving- 
pictures production. In 30 scenes. 
J Charles Vestel, Philadelphia; lc 
2Jun47; D unp. 9600. 

WESTERKAMP, RICHARD FRANKLIN. 
Maclnnery's ghost, by Dick Wester- 
kamp. A play in two acts. © Rich- 
ard Franklin Westerkamp, Manchest- 
er, Conn.; lc 5Jun47; D unp. 10049. 

WESTERN cavalcade. See Gray, Fred 
Walter. 

THE WESTERN union biographical show. 
See Hughes, William J. 

WESTERVELT, CONRAD. See Wester- 
velt, George Conrad. 

WESTERVELT, GEORGE CONRAD. 
Proxy for Joe, a farce comedy in two 
acts. © New matter: additions and 
revisions; George Conrad Wester- 
velt, Sebring, Fla.; lc 6Mar47; 
D unp. 8694. Prev. reg. Batting for 
Joe; 29Apr46; D unp. 28 70. 

WESTING, RALPH SUTHERLAND. 
Report on planet. Radio script. © 
Ralph S. Westing, Spokane; lc 
21Mar47;D unp. 8642. 

THE WESTMINSTER PRESS. 
The testimony of the twelve. See 
Bates, Esther Willard. 

WESTON, ARDETH BURGESS. 
Pop says no. A play in two scenes. 
© Ardeth Burgess Weston, Allen- 
town, Pa.; lc 28Mar47;D unp. 8365. 

WESTON, BERNARD. 
The neon wagon. See Goldsmith, Lee. 

WETMORE DECLARATION BUREAU. 
At the information desk. See Martin, 

John M. 
The fright of the shamrocks. See 

Mahood, Hazel S. 
Herbie makes the team. See Williams, 

Marjorie M. 
Herbie's Christmas present. See 

Williams, Marjorie M. 
Pony rides, two pins. See Cheatham, 

Mary Louise Kempe. 
The speech judge's nightmare. See 

Martin, John M. 
The suds your duds laundry. See 

Cheatham, Mary Louise Kempe. 

WETTERGREN, GEORGE R. 
Peace, a radio story by John Parrish 

I pseud.] © George R. Wettergren, 
lollywood; lc 9Dec46;D unp. 6960. 



The tenth floor; half hour radio 
mystery. By John Parrish, pseud. 

John Parrish, Hollywood; lc 
18Mar47;D unp. 8506. 

WEYL, HERMANN. 
Mathematics and the laws of nature. 
New York Philharmonic-symphony 
intermission feature. Broadcast 
Feb. 23, 1947. ) United States rubber 
co., New York; lc 6Mar47; C 1232. 

WEYS, RUDOLF. 
Die Straussbuben. See Marischka, 
Hubert. 

WHALEN, GEOFFREY L. 
It happened in Anscord mills; or, Mr. 
Percival. A three act farce comedy. 
© Geoffrey L. Whalen, Boston; lc 
18Mar47;D unp. 8135. 

WHAM panoram combined with the 
great television bazaar. See Ess- 
man, Manuel. 

WHAT are stars? See Graphic ed- 
ucational productions, inc. 

WHAT d'ya say? See Keyser, Bunty 
Fabian. 

WHAT every old husband should know. 
See Burns, George. 

WHAT every young bride should know. 
Sse Burns, George. 

WHAT happened to Eve. See Bibesco, 
Antoine. 

WHAT price heaven? See Achorn, 
Erik. 

WHAT the health? See Treser, Robert 
M. 

WHATEVER goes up. See Geto, Alfred 
David. 

WHAT'S money? See Stevers, Richard. 

WHAT'S the time? See The march of 
science. 

WHEDON, JOHN. See The great Gilder- 
sleeve. 

WHEE madame. See De Perhach, Sylvia. 

THE WHEELS of progress. See Quigley, 
Robert. Diogenes O'Toole. 

WHEN in Rome. See Marshall, Morti- 
mer. 

WHEN justice and duty meet. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2230-1455. 

WHEN wilderness was West. See Booth, 
John Hunter. 

WHEN women meet. See Brown, Albert 
M. 

WHERE do boats go? See Giaphic ed- 
ucational productions, inc. 

WHERE rainbows begin. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 

WHERE there's smoke. See Dr. 
Christian, no. 442. 

WHEREVER you are, be happy. See 
Boorum, Ralph Waldo. Happy-go- 
lucky. 

WHILE heaven waits. See Lewis, 
Leonard. 



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WHILE love waits. See Clark, Ada 
Estelle. 

WHILE the world looks on. See 
Ciabattari, Mary Angela. 

WHIPSAW. See Keith, Donald Cain. 

WHIRLPOOL. See Greendale, Alex- 
ander. 

THE WHIRLPOOL. See Milloy, Vida 
Sanderson. 

THE WHISPER. See Sloan, Rebekah. 

WHITE, BARBARA JEAN. 
The other little mustard seed, a one- 
act play adapted from Mrs. L. N. 
Shearon's story of the same name. 
© Barbara Jean White Flint, Mich.; 
lc 2SDec46;D imp. 7621. 

WHITE, BERGIN. See White, Eliza- 
beth Bergin. 

WHITE, DOROTHEA. 
Dinner for two. A play in four scenes. 
© Dorothea White, Allentown, Pa.; 
lc 10Apr47;D unp. 8657. 

WHITE, ELIZABETH BERGIN. 
Across the board. See De Nair, 

Alice. 
Flight one-one-one-o-one. See DeNair, 

Alice. 
Reap the whirlwind. See De Nair, 

Alice. 

WHITE, EUGENIA. 
In the money; comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 1947] 
22 p. i9cm. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston; 22Apr47; D pub. 8951. 

WHITE, FRANK R. 
The Peacock throne, a musical mystery 
in three acts, by A. Dodworth Milli- 
ken; story and libretto by Frank R. 
White, music arranged by Leonard 
K. Marker. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Alma Dodworth 
Milliken, Harrison, N. Y.; lc 26Jun 
47; D unp. 1216. 

WHITE, LEE R. 
God is my saddlemate. See Collins, 
William J. 

WHITE, LESLIE A. 
Energy and the development of civiliza- 
tion. New York Philharmonic -sym- 
phony intermission feature. Broad- 
cast Feb. 16, 1947. © United States 
rubber co., New York; lc 2Mar47; 
C 1208. 

WHITE, SAMMY. 
Carlotta, a musical comedy in two 
acts, ten scenes. Text only. © 
Sammy White, New York; lc 28Dec46; 
D unp. 6746. 

WHITE, WALTER, 
Nobody's children. See Docter, Lloyd. 

THE WHITE elephant. See Day, Nancy 
Dearing. Tales of Grand-daddy Owl, 
no. 1. 

THE WHITE hat. See Smith, Charles F. 

THE WHITE lawn. See Busfield, Roger 
M. 

WHITEHALL 1212. See England, 
Chester. 

WHITING, JUDD. 
Win, place and show; audition script, 



no. 855. © Judd Whiting, Balti- 
more; lc 6Mar4 7; C 1329. 

WHITMAN, JAMES RUSSELL. 
Hill station number 6, a play in five 
scenes, by J. Russell Whitman. © 
James Russell Whitman, Denver- 
lc 2Jun47;D unp. 9499. 

WHITMAN, STAN. See Whitman, 
Stephen Stanley. 

WHITMAN, STEPHEN STANLEY. 
Strange fear, a play in three acts 
by Stan Whitman. © Stephen 
Stanley Whitman, Springfield 
Gardens, N. Y.; lc 13May47; 
D unp. 9251. 

WHITNEY, CHARLES O. 
Montezuma; or, The emerald eye. 
A light opera. In two acts. Text 
and music on separate leaves. © 
Charles O. Whitney, Wauwatosa, 
Wis.; lc 7Apr47;D unp. 1181. 

WHITTY, REX, pseud. See Martin, John 
M. 

WRTTWORTH, WALTER. 
Music lives forever; or, Know your 
composers; or, Musical chapters; 
or, Musical pages. Audition scripts. 
© Hazel Gladding Gaston, Indiana- 
polis. 

1. Mozart. © lc 23Jan4 7; C 1093. 

2. Debussy. © lc lMay47; C 1388. 

3. Schubert. © lc lMay47; C 1389. 

THE WHIZ quiz, script 1-A. See 
Rubin, Lawrence A. 

WHO? See Dantsker, Judith Leona. 

WHO hid the sun? See Freiberger 
Fred. 

WHO is Digorvanne? See Benault, Al. 
All fools refuse to marry. 

WHO is Tommy Edwards? See Ed- 
wards, Tommy. 

WHO killed radio? See Sherbowsky, 
David. 

WHO laughs last. See Donald, Isabel 
Miller. 

WHOA, AUNTIE! See Sundelof-Asbrand, 
Karin. 

THE WHOLE world over. See Moss, 
Thelma Schnee. 

WHOM God hath joined. See Phillips, 
Irma. 

WHOM the angels name. See Andersen, 
Warren Edward. 

WHO'S guilty? See Keegan, Howard T. 

WHO'S who? See Harris, James Aurand. 

WHO'S who in the Land of Boo. See 
Walter, Helen. 

WHY I am a bachelor. See Seiler, 
Conrad. 

WHY it's safe to fly— airways. See 
Greenberg, Solomon. 

WHY Schenectady? See Berges, Max L. 

WHY this night? See Foedisch, 
Susanne Inger. 

WIDMER, C. BARTEL, pseud. See 



McBride, Walter Thomas. 

THE WIDOW'S night. See Benz, Ham- 
ilton. 

WIDOWS' weeds. See Smith, Geoffrey 
Ernest Faulkner. 

DIE WIEDERTAEUFER. See Duerren- 
matt, Friedrich. 

WIERNIK. BERTHA. 
Spiritual atoms, a religious drama in 
eight scenes. 2d ed. New York; I. 
Greenblatt, 1943. 79 p. 17cm. 
Yiddish text. Title translated. © 
Isaac Greenblatt, New York; 10ct48; 
D pub. 7528. 

WIES, LUCIE. See Weiss, Lucy. 

WIESE, HURDMAN HENRY. 
Behind these walls, a dramatic satire 

in three acts. © Hurdman Henry 

Wiese, HoUywood; lc 9Jan47; D unp. 

6949. 
The devil goes to heaven, a farce 

comedy in three acts. © Hurdman 

Henry Wiese, Hollywood; lc 

2 7May47;D unp. 10042. 

THE WILD horse. See The Lone Ranger, 
no. 2236-1451. 

WILDCAT Willy and the bearded lady. 
See Martens, Anne Coulter. 

WILDE, OSCAR, 1854-1900. 
The picture of Dorian Gray. See 
Overman, Frederick Vaile. 

WILDERMAN, LOUIS H. 
Before their years, a play in three 
acts. © Louis H. Wilderman, Phila- 
delphia; lc 22Feb47; D unp. 7691. 
New matter: revision. Prev. reg. 
Settlement house, 6Jun46, D unp. 
3418. 

WILDING PICTURE PRODUCTIONS, 

INC. 

Background for leadership. Shooting 
script for a sound slide film pre- 
pared for Electromaster, inc., by 
J. H. Mayne. © Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
14Apr47;D unp. 8716. 

Bottle of magic. Prepared for The 
western electric company by James 
R. Handley. Film script. © Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc.. Chi- 
cago; lc 17Feb47; D unp. 7840. 

Daily double, scenario of a sound 
motion picture especially prepared 
for the Wine advisory board, by 
Albert L. Weeks. © Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
23Dec46; D unp. 7324. 

Edge formation. Prepared for the 
United States gypsum company. 
Film script by Anthony Sassano. © 
Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago; lc 23Dec46; C 112 7. 

Farewell to blue Monday. Scenario 
by Donald N. Shepherd, for the Los 
Angeles soap company. © Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago; 
lc 18Mar4 7;D unp. 8332. 

For farmers only. Five minute 
trailer on the tractor tire survey, 
prepared for the B. F. Goodrich 
company. Film script by Leo S. 
Rosencrans. © Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
17Feb47;D unp. 7844. 

A good neighbor. Presented by 
Socony vacuum. Film script by 
Jack McGarry. © Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
18Mar47; D unp. 8334. 

Half a century of progress. Prepared 






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for The Kelly -Springfield tire 
company by Joseph H. Cole. Film 
script. S Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago; lc 
17Feb47; D unp. 7838. 

It s done with mirrors; scenario of 
a sound slide film in color, es- 
pecially prepared for Mirror 
manufacturers association by A. 
L. Weeks. S Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
14Apr47; C 1346. 

John Martin and son, a sound motion 
picture especially prepared for the 
National dairy products, inc. Script 
by Anthony Sassano. Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago; 
lc 23Dec43; D unp. 7325. 

The little giants; sound-slide film 
prepared for Packard motor car com- 
pany. Film script by Anthony A. 
Sassano. (The product series, no. 5) 
8 Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago; lc 18Mar47;D unp. 8333. 

The magic 7. A motion slide film, 
prepared for the Dayton rubber 
company. Script by Donald N. 
Shepherd. © Wilding picture pro- 
ductions inc., Chicago; lc 14Apr47; 
D unp. 8715. 

The magic sphere; scenario for a 
motion picture to be shown in sales 
rooms to prospective customers of 
Akka top-flow. Prepared for Appli- 
ance corporation of America by 
Anthony A. Sassano. 6 Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago; 
lc 17Feb47;D unp. 7843. 

Man your stations! The fifth of a 
series of six sound slide-films to 
be used as training aids in the Mer- 
chandising clinic program, pre- 
pared for Sinclair refining company. 
Script by Joseph H. Cole. S) Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc., Chi- 
cago; lc 23Dec46; C 1128. 

A miracle for Mrs. Smith. Prepared 
for Western electric by Morgan W. 
Gibney. Film script. © Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago; 
lc 17Feb47;D unp. 7845. 

Objections, a scenario for a fifteen- 
minute sound slide film especially 
prepared for Montgomery Ward and 
company by Donald N. Shepherd. © 
Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago; lc 17Feb47;D unp. 7841. 

The order of ordering, the proper 
procedure for taking stock, including: 
counting, recording, analyzing, and 
reordering. Prepared for Mont- 
gomery Ward and company by Joseph 
H. Cole. Film script. §> Wilding 
picture productions inc., Chicago- lc 
17Feb47;D unp. 7839. 

Planned selling, the key to bigger truck 
tire sales. The revised scenario sound 
slide film to be produced in two ver- 
sions for training the sales forces of 

(1) Kelly distributors and dealers, 

(2) Service station outlets; prepared 
for The Kelly Springfield tire com- 
pany. Film script by Joseph H. Cole. 
B Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago: lc 18Mar47;D unp. 8330. 

Problem child, an original audio visual 
aid ... to be produced by the Pet milk 
company and approved by the American 
academy of pediatrics. Technical ad- 
visor: Bert I. Beverly. Film script 
by James P. Prindle. S Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
18Mar47; D unp. 8331. 

Progress report, scenario of a sound 
motion picture, prepared for the 
American telephone and telegraph 
company. By Bruce Henry. 3 Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc., Chicago; 
lc 23Dec46; D unp. 7322. 

Quartz crystals. Film script by James 



R. Handley. © Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
17Feb47; C 1234. 

Remember, a sound slide motion 
picture prepared for Pabst. 
Script by Homer Gordon. © 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 
Chicago; lc 23Dec46; D unp. 7321. 

The second chance. Sound-slide 
film, number 1, in The sales 
training series prepared for Pack- 
ard motor car company by Anthony 
A. Sassano. © Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago; lc 
14Apr47; D unp. 8714. 

The sixth sense, a scenario for a 
fifteen-minute sound slide film 
especially prepared for Mont- 
gomery Ward and company by 
Anthony A. Sassano. 9 Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago; 
lc 17Feb47; D unp. 7842. 

The song of the pioneer, an original 
sound motion picture especially 
prepared for The Chicago and 
Northwestern system. Film script 
by James P. Prindle. © Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chica- 
go; lc 18Mar47; D unp. 3329. 

Storm over America, prepared for 
International harvester. Film 
script by J. Prindle. © Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago; 
lc 23Dec46; D unp. 7323. 

A symphony of precision — measure- 
ments. Film script by James R. 
Handley. © Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago; lc 17Feb47; 
C 1235. 

Trial by fire; the script for a national 
version of the Illinois Bell motion 
picture on the destruction and re- 
construction of the stiver Grove 
central office, prepared for the 
Bell system by Joseph H. Cole. © 
Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago; lc 14Apr47; C 1347. 

WILKINSON, HARRY TOWNSEND. 
Be yourself, Nicolette; a play in 
four acts, by Townsend Wilkinson. © 
Harry Townsend Wilkinson, San 
Diego, Calif.; lc 4Mar47; D unp. 
7872. 
Invite your ancestors, a play in three 
acts. © Harry Townsend Wilkinson, 
San Diego, Calif.; lc 24Jan47; D unp. 
7088. 

WILKINSON, TOWNSEND. See Wilkin- 
son, Harry Townsend. 



THE WILL and the Cisco Kid. 
The Cisco Kid, no. 142A. 



See 



THE WILL-o-the-wisp. See 
The adventures of Frank Merriwell, 

no. 27. 
McCurdey, Catharine Millar. 

WILLENBECHER, GWEN. 
The big hoax. A play in three scenes. 
© Gwen Willenbecher, Allentown, Pa. 
lc 15Apr47;D unp. 8726. 

WILLIAM Colford. See Rosenberg, 
Joseph. 

WILLIAM Shakespeare, gentleman. 
See Downton, William. 

WILLIAM the Norman. See Brooke, 
Telfair. 

WILLIAMS, BETTY. 

The May day festival. Dramatic com- 
position in two scenes. 2 leaves. I 
Betty Williams, Perris, Calif.; lc 
3Feb47;D unp. 7812. 

A song my mother sang. Dramatic 
sketch with songs and dialogue. 



Text only. Betty Williams, 
Perris, Calif.; lc 3Feb47; D unp. 
7811. 

WILLIAMS, CAROL EDITH. 
All s well that ends. A play in one 
act. © Carol Edith Williams, Allen- 
town, Pa.; lc 18Mar47; D unp. 8173. 

WILLIAMS, CAROLA BELL. 

Jennie June Croly — 1868. A scene in 
monodrama. j Carola Bell Wil- 
liams, Ossining, N. Y.; lc 27Jun47; 
D unp. 9655. 

A new world. Sketch. 9 Carol:; Bell 
Williams. Ossining, N. Y.; lc 
HFeb47; D unp. 7577. 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES B. 
Progressively yours. See Emerson, 
Edward. 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN EVERITT. 
Oxnard's end f a play in three acts. © 
Edwin Everitt Williams, Cambridge, 
Mass.; lc 4Feb47; D unp. 8511. 

WILLIAMS (JOSEPH) LTD. 
Elizabeth refuses. See Macnamara, 
Margaret. 

WILLIAMS, JOYCE CAROL. 
The magnet. A play in four scenes. 
© Joyce Carol Williams, Phillips- 
burg, N. J.; lc 8Apr47; D unp. 8532. 

WILLIAMS, MARJORIE M. 
Herbie makes the team, a one-act 
play for the 'teen age. Sioux City, 
la., Wetmore declamation bureau 
[1946J 27 p. 19cm. ©Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, 
la.; lSep43; D pub. 95S9. 
Herbie's Christmas present, a one- 
act play for the 'teen age. Sioux 
City, la. Wetmore declamation 
bureau [1946136 p. 19cm. £ 
Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la.; lSep45; 2c 7Jun47; 
D pub. 9570. 

WILLIAMS, PETE. 
Jusl passing by, a comedy in three 
acts. New York, French; [etc., 
1947] 89 p. diagr. 19cm. © 
Samuel French, New York; 
21Mar47;D pub. 8378. 

WILLIAMS RALPH THOMAS. 
Fact and future. A play in three 
acts. © Ralph T. Williams, New- 
berry, S. C; lc 4Jun47; D unp. 
10051. 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT. 
Maid to order. See Johnson, William. 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT FRANKLIN. 
Godiva's morning after, a farce in 
one act. © Robert Franklin Wil- 
liams, Akron, O.; lc 10May47; Dunp. 
9232. 

WILLIAMS TENNESSEE. 

Stairs to the roof, a prayer for the 
wild of heart that are kept in cages. 
94 leaves. A play in many parts. 
© Tennessee Williams, New York; 
lc 21Feb47; D unp. 7698. 

A streetcar named Desire, a play. In 
eleven scenes. B Tennessee Wil- 
liams, New York; lc 5Apr47; Dunp. 
8500. 

You touched me! A romantic comedy in 
three acts by Tennessee Williams 
and Donald Windham; suggested by a 
short story of the same name by D. H. 
Lawrence. New York French; [etc., 
1947] 114 p. front., plates 20cm. 
© Tennessee Williams, Clayton 
Mo., Donald Windham, New York, 



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and Frieda Lawrence, El Prado, 
N. M.; 8Feb47; D pub. 8544. Prev. 
reg. 16Sep42, D unp. 82114. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS LANIER. See 
Williams, Tennessee. 



V/ILLIE theChurchmouse. 
Walker, E. Jerry. 



See 



WILLIE, the worrier. See Sullivan, 
Styles. 

WILLIS, EDITH H. 
Were you there when they crucified 
my Lord? A dramatic service for 
Eastertime, by Edith H. Willis 
and Edith Ellsworth. Boston [etc.] 
Baker's plays [1947] 23 p. 19cm. 
© Walter H. Baker co., Boston; 
7Apr47;D pub. 8654. 

WILLISTON, FAY. 
Point your toe. See Miles, Isadora. 

WILMURT, ARTHUR. 
Roman holiday, an intimate musical 
farce in two acts, adapted by Arthur 
Wilmurt from Mercator, attributed 
to T. Maccius Plautus. Music and 
lyrics by William Zinsser. Pro- 
duction conceived and adapted into 
a play with music by Herbert H. 
Brodkin. Text only. © Herbert 
H. Brodkin, New York; lc 22Nov46; 
D unp. 6858. 

WILSON, DOROTHY CLARKE. 
The carpenter [a play in three acts 1 
Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 1947] 
107 p. diagr. 19cm. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston; 23Jan47; D pub. 7223. 



WILSON, EDNA HERBLIN. 
Buckler, Edna E. 



See 



WILSON, ELIZABETH LORA. 

Clelie, a one-act play. © Elizabeth 
Lora Wilson, Brooklyn; lc 12Jan47; 
D unp. 6953. 

Dink's song, a play in one act with 
music; based upon a character de- 
scribed by the Lomaxes in Amer- 
ican ballads and folk songs. © 
Elizabeth Lora Wilson, Brooklyn; 
lc 12Jan47; D unp. 6954. 

Frankie and Albert, a one act play with 
music. In two scenes and an inter- 
mezzo. © Elizabeth Lora Wilson, 
Brooklyn; lc 12Jan47;D unp. 7532. 

Hearthstone, a play in one act. In- 
cidental music. © Elizabeth Lora 
Wilson, Brooklyn; lc 12Jan47; 
D unp. 7531. 

The Lord and Hawksaw Sadie, a play 
in one act. Incidental music. © 
Elizabeth Lora Wilson, Brooklyn; 
lc 12Jan47;D unp. 7530. 

WILSON, HARRY DAVID. 
Echoes of mercy, a three act play. 
© Harry David Wilson, Houston, Tex.; 
lc 12Nov46;D unp. 5958. 

WILSON, IRA BISHOP, 1880- 
El diario de una madre. See Lehman, 
Valeria R. 

WILSON, JOHN CLYDE. 
Bill of rights, broadcast Jan. 14, 1947. 
(Your United Nations, episode no. 
13) 18 leaves. 28cm. © National 
broadcasting co., inc., New York; 
22Jan47;D pub. 7329. 

WILSON, LILLY MAE. 
At home with the Jamisons, a one act 
comedy. © Lilly M. Wilson, Hatties- 
burg, Miss.; lc 31Jan47; D unp. 7352. 



Mandy got 'em told a three act comedy. 
With two songs. © Lilly M. Wilson, 
Hattiesburg, Miss.; lc HJan47; 
D unp. 7402. 

WILSON, WILLARD. 
Ke kula nui, an imaginative pageant. 
In five episodes. © Willard Wilson, 
Honolulu; lc 12May47;D unp. 10080. 

WIN, place and show. See Whiting, Judd. 

THE WIND in our home. See Weeks, 
Ricardo. 



WIND in the desert. 
no. 139. 



See The Sheriff, 



WINDHAM, DONALD. 
You touched me ! See Williams, 
Tennessee. 

WINDS of heaven. See Cooper, Mad- 
elyn Mary Leonard. 

WINER, BART KEITH. 
The lady pirates, by Bart Keith Winer, 
in collaboration with Wallace Brock- 
way and Stuart Brody. © Bart Keith 
Winer, Wallace Brockway and Stuart 
Brody, New York; lc 13Apr47; D unp. 
8710. 

WING, LEONORA M. 
The doctor and the Christmas bounty, 
by Lee Folger [pseud.] Radio script. 
© Mrs. Leonora M. Wing (Lee Fol- 
ger, pseud.), Hampton, N. H.; lc 
lApr47;D unp. 8505. 

WING, PAUL. 
Pan the piper, the reed that grew into 
an orchestra. Story by Paul Wing, 
music by George Kleinsinger. A 
dramatic musical composition for 
recording. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Paul Wing and 
George Kleinsinger, Westport, 
Conn.; lc text 19Nov46; lc music 
23Mar47;D unp. 1184. 

WINGS for the coed. See Simons, 
Dorothy. 

WINGS to glory. See Richards, Walter 
Auldon. 

WINKLER, ELDON. 
Cricket on the hearth; acting edition 
of Charles Dickens' Cricket on the 
hearth, made into a play in three acts. 
© Eldon Winkler, WeUesley, Mass.; 
lc 27Dec46;D unp. 6716. 

THE WINNING suit. See Erickson, 
Jane Mary. 

WINTER carnival. See Porcher, Betsy 
Brown. Fanciful follies, part 2. 

WINTER wheat. See Kelm, Karlton. 

WINTERS, MARILYN MAY. 
The modern prodigal. A play in four 
scenes. © Marilyn Mav Winters, 
Brea, Calif.; lc 26May47; D unp. 
9378. 

WINTERSTEEN, JANET LOUISE. 
Abbie. A play in four scenes. © 
Janet Louise Wintersteen, Danville, 
Pa.; lc 15Apr47;D unp. 8724. 

WINTHROP, DOROTHY. See Martin, 
Dorothy Winthrop. 

WINWAR, FRANCES. 
Circus in the sky. See. Bilotti, Anton 
George. 

THE WIRE and the Cisco Kid. See 



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The Cisco Kid, no. 144A. 

THE WISDOM of Solomon. See Lash- 
man, L. Edward. 

WISE, DONALD EUGENE. 
The Holy week pageant, a play of the 
passion of Jesus of Nazareth; in 
three parts. Compiled by Donald 
E.Wise. © Donald E. Wise, 
Harrisburg, Pa.; lc 18Jan47; D unp. 
7033. ' 

THE WISE men of Chelm. See The 
eternal light, no. 87. 

THE WISE old Mother Goose, source 
title. See Martin, Lenoir Richards. 
The seven gates of destiny. 

THE WISEST man in this town. See 
Lewis, Philip. 

WISHENGRAD, MORTON. 
Deuteronomy Katz, a play in three 

acts. © Morton Wishengrad, White 

Plains, N. Y.; lc 14Mar47; D unp. 

8255. 
The eternal light. See The eternal 

light (Radio program) 

WISHING well. See Evans, E. Eynon. 

THE WITCH doctor. See Frost, 
Walter Archer. 

THE WITCH of the crescent moon. 
See The Shadow, no. 287. 

WITH all thy getting. See Pratt, 
Harold Oliver. 

WITH calm content. See Cliber, 
Annette Ditting. 

WITH still, small voice. See Behr- 
man, Chester Theodore Karl. 

WITHER reindeer? See Berg, Robert 
Charles. 

WITHIN the Ivied walls. See Martin, 
Donnis. 

WITHOUT appointment. See Dr. 
Christian, no. 419. 

WITHOUT price. See Gilpatrick, 
Thomas Weston. 

WITTELS, HERBERT G. 
Edged with sharp laughter. A play in 
three acts. © Herbert G. Wittels, 
New York; lc 22May47; D unp. 
9364. 

WOEART, ALPHEUS VAN. See Van 
Woeart, Alpheus. 

WOLCOTT, BERNICE BLAIR. 
Divine Sarah, a scenario by Blair 
Wolcott; based on Memories of my 
life, by Sarah Bernhardt. © Ber- 
nice Blair Wolcott, New York; lc 
21Mar47;D unp. 8575. 

WOLCOTT, BLAIR. See Wolcott, 
Bernice Blair. 

THE WOLF cub. See Challenge of the 
Yukon, no. 485. 

WOLFES, HELMUTH. 
Czar and carpenter. See Lortzing, 
Albert. 

WOKLOW, LEE RUTH. 
Doorway; musical comedy in three acts, 
by Lee Ruth [pseud. J Jay Clarke and 
Bob Clive. Text and music on sep- 
arate leaves. © L. Ruth Wolkow, 









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Washington; lc 3Mar47; D imp. 
1162. 

THE WOMAN and Oliver Perry. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 789. 

WOMAN bites dog. See Spewack, 
Bella (Cohen) 

THE WOMAN had waited. See Saddler, 
Donald Edward. 



THE WOMAN on Lime Rock. 
Woodman, Ruth. 



See 



WOMAN with child. See Pascal, 
Ernest. 

A WOMAN'S place. See Hunt, Edward 
Everett. 

WOMEN in industry. See Boyd, James 
M. 

WOMEN never learn. See Gondell, 
Harry. 

THE WONDERFUL work of Dr. Crock- 
See Lewis, Philip. 

WOOD, MAXINE, pseud. See Finster- 
wald, Maxine. 

WOODEN Indian. See Foojie and the 
magic harp. 

WOODMAN, RUTH. 

Man against the mountain. The caval- 
cade of America, broadcast Feb. 17, 
194 7. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& CO., Wilmington, Del.; lc 16May47; 
D imp. 9291. 

The woman on Lime Rock, by Ruth 
Woodman and Priscilla Kent. The 
cavalcade of America broadcast 
Jan. 6, 1947. © E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours and co., Wilmington, Del.; 
lc 5Mar47;D imp. 7886. 

WOODS, ANNE, pseud. See Divine, 
Audrey M. 

WOODS, Mrs. LEBBEUS. See Woods, 
Lydia Smith. 

WOODS, LYDIA SMITH. 
Patriotic women in the history of 
United States of America, a pageant. 
© Lydia Smith Woods, Sharon, Wis.; 
lc 7Feb47;D imp. 7509. 

WOODWARD, EVERETT H. 
I 11 grant you that, a radio quiz. © 
Everett H. Woodward, Binghamton, 
N. Y.; lc 22Jul46; D imp. 7775. 

WOODWARD, HARRY STEDMAN. 
Libby's stable, a satirical comedy in 
three acts with incidental ballads. 
Text only. © Harry Stedman Wood- 
ward, Orange, N. J.; lc 7Feb47; 
D unp. 7516. 

WOODWARD, RUTH M. 
Disk jockey, a comedy in three acts. 
© Ruth M. Woodward, New York; lc 
17Jun47;D imp. 9622. 

WORDS and musing. See Keyes, Paul 
William. Listen to the lyrics. 

WORK of art. See Chekhov, Anton 
Pavlovich. 

THE WORLD and I. See Tovrov, Or in. 

THE WORLD is round. See Ravold, 
John D. 

WORLD mother. See Houston, Gemma 



d'Auria. 

WORLD security workshop. See Sarett, 
Morton R. Invitation to life. 

WORLD unseen. See Kortner, Fritz. 

WORMWOOD forest. See Tichenor, 
Thomas Hager. 

WORST, ROSE ROTTER. 
Bill visits Springfield, a comedy in 
three acts. © Rose Rotter Worst, 
Los Angeles; lc 16Apr47; D unp. 
8778. 

THE WOULD-BE pauper. See The 
eternal light, no. 92. 

WOULFF, SHOLEM. 
G. I. gypsy. See Woulff, Sylvia. 

WOULFF, SYLVIA. 
G. I. gypsy, by Sylvia and Sholem 
Woulff. Radio play. © Sholem 
Woulff, New York; lc 4Mar47; 
D unp. 8039. 

THE WRAITH of wrath. See Long, 
P. A. M. 

WREATH of heaven. See Romberg, 
Margaret King. 

WRESTLING with life. See Bluck, 
Walter Theodore. 

WRIGHT, ANN. See Decker, Ann 
Wright. 

WRIGHT, ELIZABETH MC FADDEN. 
Gag man, a comedy in three acts by 
Betty McFadden Wright. © Eliza- 
beth McFadden Wright, Los 
Angeles; lc 18Jun47; D unp. 10354. 

WRIGHT, EUGENE FOREST. 
Klondike Lou, a musical play in cne 
act, by Gene Wright. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © Eugene 
Forest Wright, in. Valley Stream, 
N. Y.; lc 19Mar47; D unp. 1171. 

WRIGHT, GILBERT. 
California mission. Episode 1. A 
radio script. © James Rawley, Bur- 
bank, Calif.; lc 18May47;D unp. 9296. 

WRIGHT, HAMILTON W. 
Twinkling of an eye. See Andros, Guy. 

WRIGHT, MARGARET. See Wright, 
Mary Margaret Ellen Magdalene. 

WRIGHT, MARY MARGARET ELLEN 
MAGDALENE. 
Facts of life, a play in prologue and 

three acts, by Margaret Wright. 

Incidental music. © Margaret 

Wright, Lewiston, N. Y.; lc 18Feb47; 

D unp. 7660. 



DAS WUNDERMITTEL. 
Ludwig. 



See Fulda, 



WURSTER, ALFRED. 
Factors of design and manufacture of 
shell and tube heat exchangers in re- 
lation to application, performance, 
and efficiency. Lecture. © Alfred 
Wurster, Philadelphia; lc 19Apr47; 
C 1370. 

WYLIE, EVAN. See The Shadow. 

WYMAN, JUSTUS E. 
Let's play Gizmo. A radio series. © 
Justus E. Wyman, Sacramento, Calif.; 
lc 15Apr47; D unp. 8774. 



THE WYNDHAM sisters. See Arm- 
strong, Alta Florence. The Three 
Graces. 



XINGABRU. See Jameson, John. 

Y 

YABLONSKI, JOSEPH. 
Fear comes framed. See Yablon- 
ski, Margaret. 

YABLONSKI, MARGARET. 
Fear comes framed, a play in three 
acts, by Margaret and Joseph Yab- 
lonski. © Margaret and Joseph 
Yablonski California, Pa.; lc 
12Feb47; D unp. 7715. 

A YANKEE dutchess. See Powell, 
James Francis. 

YANKEE from Olympus. See Reader's 
digest— radio edition, no. 56. 

YANKEE legend. See Lundy, Jay 
Keith. 

A YANKEE wins. See Emmons, Delia 
Gould. 

YARNS and tall tales. See Cabell, 
Adelbert T. 

YATES, FRANKLINA GRAY. 
Learn feature writing the easy way 
through questions and answers. An 
address. © Franklina Gray Yates, 
Hollywood; lc 28Feb47; C 1233. 

YATES, HERBERT LESLIE. 
Change of venue, a comedy in three 
acts and a prologue, by H. Leslie 
Yates. © Herbert Leslie Yates, 
Laguna Beach, Calif.; lc 2 7Mar47; 
D unp. 8361. 

YATES, LAURENCE J. 
The amorist, a comedy in one act. © 
Laurence J. Yates, Oswego, N. Y.; 
lc lApr47;D unp. 8429. 

YATES, PETER ANDREW. 
Instructions for manufacturing, 
tailoring alterations, etc. Lectures. 
© Peter Andrew Yates, Chicago; lc 
each 22Jan47. 

1. Elementary hand sewing. C 1313. 

2. Sewing machine operation. C 1314. 

3. Unit assembly. C 1315. 

4. Shape and size changes. C 1316. 

5. Machine pressing. C 1317. 

6. Hand pressing. C 1318. 

YEARS ago. See Gordon, Ruth. 

THE YELLOW leaf. See Wennergren, 
TedM. 

YES, dear. See Tullen, Jacob. 

YES, Mr. Ledergerber. See Scheid, 
Francis J. 

YES sir, that's my baby. See Kramer, 
Sidney. 

YESTERDAY'S evil. See Pincus, Abra- 
ham. 

YIDDISH radio broadcast. See Samberg, 
Benjamin. 

YORK mystery plays, XIII and XIV. See 
Flowers, Max. The York nativity. 

THE YORK nativity. See Flowers, Max. 



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YOU are welcome to happiness. See 
Kamm, Abraham R. 

YOU belong to me . See_ Boyd, Mary 
Charlotte . 

YOU can be a judge. See Padwe, Frank. 

YOU can do it too. See Ferguson, 
William Irwin. 

YOU can have it. See Shelton, Edgar 
Greer. 

YOU don't say. See Ward, Leo. 

YOU, I and others. See Bartling, 
Marie Falls. 

YOU must be crazy, don't you? See 
McGhes, Berry Mack. 

YOU only marry once. See Ruben, 
Rachel H. 

YOU ought to be in pictures. See 
David, Mack. 

YOU shall know the truth. See 
Campagnoly, Trina Mercedes. 

YOU talk, but you're not heard. See 
Powell, Alton Maurice. It's time to 
sell again, no. 3. 

YOU touched me. See Williams, Ten- 
nessee. 

YOUNG, HARRY. 
Open house, a comedy in three acts. 
© Harry Young, New York; lc 
22May47; D unp. 9457. New matter: 
revisions. Prev. reg. Move out of 
my sun, 21Nov45, D unp. 96091. 

YOUNG, JOHN M. See The right to 
happiness. 

YOUNG, JULIUS R. 
Above love, a drama in three acts. 
© Julius R. Young, Brooklyn; lc 
4Jan47;D unp. 6813. 

YOUNG, MERLE BOUTON. 
Mind-set, a fantasy in one act. Evan- 
ston, 111., Row, Peterson [1946] 32 p. 
illus. 21cm. © Row, Peterson and 
co., Evanston, 111.; 290ct46; D pub. 
10182. 

THE YOUNG Cabrini. See Sayrahder, 
Mary-Eunice. 

YOUNG DOCTOR MALONE . (Radio 
program) 

Episodes in this series are by David 
DriscoU. © Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 

456. Dec. 31, 1946. © lc 9Jan47; 

D unp. 6838. 
469. Jan. 17, 1947. © lc 29Jan47; 

D unp. 7407. 
497. Feb. 26, 1947. © lc 9Mar47; 

D unp. 8013. 
514. Mar. 21, 1947. © lc 7Apr47; 

D unp. 8493. 
530. Apr. 14, 1947. © lc 12May47; 

D unp. 9166. 
560. May 26, 1947. © lc 5Jun47; 

Dunp. 10064. 

A YOUNG man's fancy. See Thursch- 
well, Henry. 

YOUNG, Mrs. Barrington. See Chetham- 
Strode, Warren. 

YOUNG people's pathway to friendship 
program. See Dietz, Susan M. 

YOUR company, its products, and you. 
See Powell, Alton Maurice. It s time 
to sell again, no. 5. 

YOUR HIT PARADE. (Radio program) 
Scripts m this series are by Richard 
Dana. ©American tobacco co.,New 
York. 



603. Dec. 21, 1946. © lc 27Dec46; 
C1044. 

604. Dec. 28, 1946. © lc 7Jan47; C1050. 

605. Jan. 4, 1947. © lc 14Jan47-C 1064. 

606. Jan. 11,1947. © lc 28Jan47; C1107. 

607. Jan. 18, 1947. © lc 28Jan47; C 1104. 

608. Jan. 25, 1947. © lc 6Feb47; C 1134. 

609. Feb. 1,1947. © lc 6Feb47; C1133. 

610. Feb. 8, 1947. © lc 18Feb47;C 1176. 

611. Feb. 15, 1947. © lc 19Feb47; C1181. 

612. Feb. 22, 1947. © lc 28Feb47; C 1207. 

613. Mar. 1,1947. © lc 6Mar47; C 1231. 
614-615. Mar. 8, 15, 1947. © lc each 

20Mar47;C1280, 1281. 

616. Mar. 22, 1947. © lc 27Mar47; 
C1304. 

617. Mar. 29, 1947. © lc 4Apr47; C 1325. 
618-619. Apr. 5, 12, 1947. © lc each 

17Apr47;C1364, 1365. 

620. Apr. 19, 1947. © lc 24Apr47; C 1373. 

621. Apr. 26, 1947. © lc 29Apr47; C 1379. 

622. May 3, 1947. © lc 8May47; C 1401. 

623. May 10, 1947. © lc 13May47;C 1407. 

624. May 17, 1947. © lc 21May47; C 1423. 

625. May24, 1947. © lc 27May47; C 1443. 
626-627. May31,June7, 1947. © lc each 

HJun47;C1474, 1475. 
628-629. June 14, 21,1947. © lc each 
26Jun47;C1505, 1506. 

YOUR home correspondent. See Linn, 
Martha Boyd. 

YOUR message must get through. See 
Powell, Alton Maurice. It's time to 
sell again, no. 4. 

YOUR passport to safety — from fire, from 
fear. See McGowan, Geraldine lone. 
Save, - D~save life. 

YOUR perfect customer. See Handy 
(Jam) organization. 

YOUR United Nations, episode 13. See 
Wilson, John Clyde. BiU of rights. 

YOU'RE only dead once. See Dobran, 
JohnT. 

YOUTH in America. See Cohen, Harvey 
D. 

YOU'VE never had it so good. See 
May, Paul. Tantrums in Tokyo. 

YULETIDE album. See Ackerman, Mar- 
guerite. 



ZABEL, MAX W. 
The search for the rules helpful in de- 
termining invention. Lecture. © Max 
W. Zabel, Chicago; lc 30Mar47; C1297. 

ZACHCIALO sie frankowi wdowy. See 
Trybula, Frank. 

ZARIN, RITA. 
I wish; sample script for radio pro- 
gram. © Mrs. Rita Zarin. Washing- 
ton; lc 19May47; D unp. 9426. 

ZASLOW, STANLEY. 
Brad Ellis— U.N. trouble shooter. Syn- 
opsis and radio script. © Stanley 
Zaslow, New York; lc 26Jun47; D unp. 
9656. 

ZAVADSKY, VASSILY V. 
Legend of the seven hours, a sym - 
phonic drama for large symphonic 
orchestra, mixed choir and termen- 
vox. In seven scenes. Text only. © 
Vassily V. Zavadsky, New York; lc 
20Feb47; D unp. 8303. 

ZEB. See Challenge of the Yukon, no. 
465. 



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ZECHER, SIDNEY. 
The dirty joke; play in three acts. © 
Sidney Zecher, New York; lc 18Jun47; 
D unp. 9611. 

ZEIFMAN, JERRY. 
Jazz from J to Z. See Sherak, Marvin 

Bernard. 
Kingdom of Jazz; audition script. © 

Jerry Zeifman and Lee Berg, Jackson 

Heights, N. Y.; lc 6Apr47; D unp. 

8954. 

ZELLERS, PARKER RICHARDSON. 
Excuse my French. A play in three acts. 
© Parker Richardson Zeilers, Wor- 
cester, Mass.jlc 2Apr47;D unp. 10059. 

ZERN, GORDON K. 
Address before a literary group on a 
proposed book on How to drive an 
automobile. © Gordon K. Zern, Tuck- 
ahoe, N. Y.; lc 18Mar47; C 1362. 

ZERWICK, M. B. 
For works written in coUaboration with 
H. Peck see Zerwick-Peck, M. H., 
pseud. 

ZERWICK-PECK, M. H., pseud. A home 
of your own. See Robitschek, Kurt. 

ZIMMER, BERNARD. 
Le tourbiUon, comedie en quatre actes 
et cinq tableaux. 1946. (In Les 
Oeuvres libres. Nouv. se'r., no. 16 
(242) Paris, Librairie A. Fayard. 
19cm. p. [2071-318) © Bernard Zim- 
mer, Paris; 30Dec46; D pub. 10400. 

ZIMMER, ELEANOR. 
The Soutreau system, a play in three 
acts [by] Eleanor Martin [pseud.] © 
Eleanor Martin (legal name Eleanor 
Zimmer) Richmond Hill, N. Y.; lc 
28Apr47; D unp. 9026. 

ZIMMERLE, CARL FRANK. 
Delay enroute, a radio play. © Carl 
Frank Zimmerle, St. Louis; lc 
8Jan47; D unp. 6948. 

ZIMMERMAN, GEORGE. 
Murder for my wife, a comedy in three 
acts. © George Zimmerman, Brook- 
lyn; lc 8Jan47; D unp. 6834. 

ZIPPERS ... for Rockett's pockets. See 
Handy (Jam) organization. 

ZITO, ANTHONY. 
Class will tell, a comedy in three acts, 
by Toney Betts [pseud.] © Anthony 
Zito, Brooklyn; lc 8May47; D unp. 9129. 

ZIV (FREDERIC W.) COMPANY. See 
The Cisco Kid. 

ZOLA, EMILE, 1840-1902. 
Therese Raquin, source title. See 
Deane, William Charles. Conscience. 
Job, Thomas. Therese. 

THE ZUGGIE with a tuggie for a tail. 
See Hueston, Billy. 

ZWIRN, BERNARD PHILLIP. 

Confidential report. A dramatic radio 
show. © Bernard Phillip Zwirn, New 
York; lc 17May47; D unp. 9295. 

Confidential report, a dramatic sus- 
pense and intrigue show. © Bernard 
Phillip Zwirn, New York; lc 31May47; 
D unp. 10018. 

Not-so-Honest John, a new situation 
comedy show. Sample script in two 
parts. Part one, a background of 
the characters. Part two, a story 
entitled The corpse in the hallway; or, 
That wasn't the milk outside the door. 
© Bernard PhiUip Zwirn, New York; 
lc 25Mar47; D unp. 8249. 



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VOLUME I, PARTS 3-4. NUMBER 2 

Dramas and Works Prepared 
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1947 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME I, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 2 

Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



JULY-DECEMBER 

1947 



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PREFACE 

THE Catalog of Copyright Entries for the year 1947 is issued in a new series and 
an enlarged format, a change designed to increase and extend the usefulness of the 
compilation. Inquiries, suggestions and comments on all details of the Catalog are 
solicited, and should be addressed to the Chief of theCatalogingDivision, Copyright 
Office, Library of Congress, Washington 25, D. C. 

CONTENTS. This part of the Catalog of Copy right Entries contains an alpha- 
betical list of works registered in the Copyright Office in Class C (lectures, sermons, 
addresses prepared for oral delivery) and Class D (dramatic or dramatico-musical 
compositions) from July 1, 1947, through December 31, 1947. Dramas registered 
in Class A are not included in this catalog, but are listed in Parts 1A and IB of 
the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Radio, television and film scripts comprise a 
substantial portion of the registrations in Class C and will be found herein. Re- 
newal registrations in these classes made in this period are listed in Part 14A 
of the Catalog. 

ARRANGEMENT. All entries are arranged in one alphabet, which includes 
cross references from titles, editors, translators, claimants, other contributing 
authors, and, in the case of dramatic works based upon works by other authors, 
from the authors and titles of those original works. 

ENTRY. The main entry for each work is under author, except for radio 
programs and other works issued in a series. In such cases the main entry is 
under the title of the series, with cross references from authors and claimants. 

COPYRIGHT DATA. The statement giving the copyright facts relating to 
each item is preceded by the copyright symbol ©. The statement consists of the 
name and address of the claimant, the date of publication (for published works) 
or the date of receipt of one copy (for unpublished works), and the copyright regis- 
tration number. Works in Class D can be identified as published or unpublished 
by the abbreviation "pub." or "unp." following the class letter "D" in the state- 
ment of copyright facts. 

DEPOSIT OF COPIES. In the case of every copyright entry listed in the 
catalog, the deposit of copies (or copy) as required by Title 17, U.S.C., Sees. 12, 
13, has been made. 

AUTHORITY. The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published pursuant to the 
authority given in the provisions of Title 17, U.S.C., Sees. 210 and 211. Section 
210 provides that the Catalog "shall be admitted in any court as prima facie 
evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright registration." 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CATALOG. This issue of the Catalog is part of 
Volume I of the new Third Series. The parts are numbered according to the al- 
phabetical sequence of classes as listed in Title 17, U.S.C., Sec. 5. Letters are 
used to designate subdivisions. The following is the plan of publication for 1947: 

Part 1A - Books and Selected Pamphlets. 

Part IB - Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to 

Periodical Literature. 
Part 2 - Periodicals. 

Parts 3 & 4 - Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery. 
Part 5A - Published Music. 
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Part 6 - Maps. 

Parts 7-llA - Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of 
Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 
Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 
Illustrations. 

Part 11B - Commercial Prints and Labels. 

Parts 12 & 13 - Motion Pictures. 

Part 14A - Renewal Registrations - Literature, Art, Film. 

Part 14B - Renewal Registrations - Music. 

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COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR 
ORAL DELIVERY - CALENDAR YEAR 1947 

C Lectures and other works prepared 

for oral delivery 953 

D pub. Published dramatic and dramatico-musical 

works c^rj 

D unpub. Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical 

works 5 523 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PRFP\RED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



A FN and the future now. D unp. 11020. 
See Keyes, Paul William. 

ABBEY, DENISE M. 
New lives from old clothes. Dramatic 
composition. 3 Denise M. Abbey, 
Seattle; lc 25Aug47; D unp. 1935. 

ABBOTT, Bruce, pseud. See Reach, 
James. 

ABELOVE, LEOD. 
Bobby Brown and his dog Spot, a serial 
story on records for children. First 
record. By Leo D. Abelove and Abner 
Irving Rappoport -3 Leo D. Abelove, 
Montgomery, Ala.; lc 7Nov47; C 1879. 

ABESON, MARION BERLAND. 

David and Cathy take a trip, and their 
day in the country. A "Listen and do" 
record. Story and lyrics by Marion 
Berland, music by Charity Bailey. 
Text only. © Marion Berland (Abeson), 
New York; lc 29Jul47; C 1713. 

The modern child, his cause and cure. 
Comic lecture on child guidance. © 
Marion Berland (Abeson), New York; lc 
220ct47; C 1790. 

What makes a good children's record? 
By Marion Berland and Charity Bailey. 
Address. © Marion Berland (Abeson), 
Charity Bailey, New York; lc 220ct47; 
C 1789. 

ABRAHAM and Isaac. D unp. 1793. See 
The Children's Chapel, no. 5. 

ABRAM and Lot D unp. 1792. See The 
Children's Chapel, no. 4. 

ABSENCE makes the heart. D unp. 11838. 
See Tuttle, John Orville. 

ACCENT on opera. D unp. 1548. See 
May, Charles Carter. 

ACCENT on you. D unp. 11374. See Van 
Home, Mildred Wahlquist 

THE ACE of spades. D unp. 11622. See 
Slavin, Margaret R. 

ACHARD, MARCEL. 
Aupres de ma blonde, comedie en 5 actes. 
Paris, J. Michel, c 1947. 72 p., illus., 
ports. 25cm. (La Collection "Le 
Theatre a Paris") © Editions Jean 
Michel, Paris; 30Apr47; D pub. 1822. 

AN ACT of faith. D unp. 11696. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2326-1551. 

ACTING with the stars. D unp. 9675. See 
Twork, Ray F. W. 

THE ACTUAL state. D unp. 11366. See 
Robinson, Marvin William. 



ADAIR, Tom. 
An American poem. D unp. 1354. See 
Jenkins, Gordon. 

ADAMS, Bill. See Wanted: A Place to 
Live (Radio program) 

ADAMS, GRIDLEY. 
So live! A one-act musical sketch, based 
upon the copyrighted "Humming lullaby." 
© Gridley Adams Trust (Gridley Adams, 
president), New York; 18Jul47; D pub. 
1298. 

ADELSTEIN, Milton. 
The Gilacc. D unp. 1682. See Sachs, 
Danny Howard. 

ADKINS, JOHN FRANKLIN. 
Febril, a dramatic cartoon. 29 leaves. 
S John Franklin Adkins, Fort Worth, 
Tex.; lc lSep47; D unp. 1525. 
Sailmaker, a one-act play. © John Frank- 
lin Adkins, Fort Worth, Tex.; lc lSep47; 
D unp. 1526. 

ADOLESCENCE. See Kamm, Abraham R. 
Get acquainted with yourself. C 1524. 

THE ADORABLE imp. D pub. 11164. See 
Tobias, Jay. 

ADORE, Jean, pseud. See Pratt, Virginia 
Ethel. 

ADVANCE -design Chevrolet trucks. 
C 1770. See Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

ADVENTURE in Tibet D unp. 9923. See 
Hills, Elinor Wing. Dragon s Breath 
Mountain. 

THE ADVENTURERS' CLUB (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by Jack and 
Gretchen Sharp. © Adventurers' Club 
Foundation, Chicago. 

June 21, 1947. Irving Johnson story. © 

lc 28Jun47- D unp. 9672. 
June 28, 1947. Walther Buchen story. © 

lc 28Jun47; D unp. 9673. 
July 5, 1947. Ralph Harris story. © lc 

2Jul47; D unp. 9719. 
July 12, 1947. Owen O'Neil story. 3 lc 

2Jul47; D unp. 9720. 
July 19, 1947. Hugh Darby story. © lc 

5Jul47; D unp. 9732. 
July 26, 1947. Bob Chi Ids story. © lc 

16jul47; D unp. 9871. 
Aug. 2, 1947. Paul Havas story. lc 

31Jul47; D unp. 1245. 
Aug. 9, 1947. Charles Chapman story. 

© lc 6Aug47; D unp. 1307. 
Aug. 16, 1947. Jerry Joswick's story. ■ 

lc 15Aug47- D unp. 1374. 
Aug. 23. 1947. Norman Gerlach story. 

© lc 20Aug47; D unp. 1430. 
Aug. 30, 1947. Michael Fielding II story. 

© lc 23Aug47; D unp. 1506. 



Sept. 6, 1947. Paul Cyr story, no. 2. 

lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1547. 
Sept. 13, 1947. William Thomas story. 

lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1546. 
Sept. 20, 1947. Arthur Olsen story. 

lc 18Sep47; ^ unp. 1653. 
Sept 27, 1947. Dean Smith story. © lc 

21Sep47; D unp. 1691. 
Oct 4, 1947. Berry Brooks story. 

lc 40ct47: D unp. 1814. 
Oct. 11, 1947. Robert Foran story. ' 

lc 20ct47: D unp. 1772. 
Oct 18, 1947. Second John Craig story. 

© lc 120ct47; D unp. 1881. 
Oct 25, 1947. Augustus Curtis story. 

© lc 180ct47; D unp. 11066. 
Nov. 1, 1947. Frank Chesrow story. © 

lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11264. 
Nov. 8, 1947. George Voevodsky story. 

© lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11265. 
Nov. 15, 1947. Second Don McGibney 

story. © lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11266. 
Nov. 22. 1947. T. J. Callaghan story. 

© lc 19Nov47; D unp. 11620. 
Nov. 29, 1947. Bruce Thomas story. © 

lc 28Nov47; D unp. 11822. 
Dec. 6, 1947. Lewis Cotlow story. © 

lc 10Dec47; D unp. 11917. 
Dec. 13, 1947. Bob Becker story. © lc 

15Dec47; D unp. 11945. 
Dec. 20, 1947. Bob Lorenz story. © lc 

22Dec47; D unp. 12077. 

ADVENTURERS' Club Foundation. See 
The Adventurers' Club. (Radio program) 

ADVENTURES in radio. D pub. 10989. 
See Weathers, Winston. 

ADVENTURES in Storyland. See House, 
L. Margueritte. Professor Owl. D pub. 
11440. 

ADVENTURES of Blackout and Rowdy. 
D unp. 11014. See Lane, Dorothy Mildred 
Guyon. 

ADVENTURES of Capricorn, u unp. 1584. 
See Reed, Robert Rentoul. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRI- 
WELL (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Ruth and Gil- 
bert Braun and William Welch. 
Harvan Barr Patten, Vista, Calif. 

12. Dec. 21, 1946. A silver plated 
Christmas. S lc 30Oct47; O unp. 11511. 

13. Dec. 28, 1946. The innocent thief. 
© lc 30Oct47- D unp. 11512. 

14. Jan. 4, 1947. The clue in the snow. 
© lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11508. 

15. Jan. 11, 1947. The frost-bitten 
evidence. © lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11509. 

16. Jan. 18, 1947. Crime talks back, 
lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11510. 

17. Jan. 25, 1947. The Benedict Arnold 
treasure. lc 6Aug47; D unp. 10666. 

18. Feb. 1, 1947. The doomed valley. 
© lc 6Aug47; D unp. 10667. 



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THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRI- 
WELL. Cont'd. 

19. Feb. 8, 1947. Too many ghosts. © 
lc 6Aug47; D imp. 10668. 

20. Feb. 15, 1947. At the sign of the 
Weather Vane. © lc 6Aug47; D imp. 
10669. 

21. Feb. 22, 1947. Two cylinder 
trouble. © lc 6Aug47; D imp. 10670. 

22. Mar. 1, 1947. The chant of Isis. 
© lc 6Aug47; D imp. 10671. 

33. May 17, 1947. Crime goes to press. 
© lc 2Sep47; D imp. 10806. 

34. May 24, 1947. The thoroughbred 
mystery. Z lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10807. 

35. May 31, 1947. The double challenge. 
© lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10808. 

36. June 7, 1947. A matter of timing. 
© lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10809. 

37. June 14, 1947. The ambitious plan. 
© lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10810. 

38. June 21, 1947. The phantom ship. 
© lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10811. 

39. June 28, 1947. The legend of the 
Grand Sachem. © lc 2Sep47; D unp. 
10812. 

40. July 5, 1947. The captain's code. 
© lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10813. 

41. July 12, 1947. The frightened 
diplomat © lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10814. 

42. July 19, 1947. Frank weighs the 
evidence. © lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10815. 

43. July 26, 1947. The mystery of the 
lame horse. © lc 2Sep47; D unp. 
10816. 

44. Aug. 2, 1947. The vanishing riders. 
© lc 2Sep47: D unp. 10817. 

45. Aug. 9. 1947. The riddle of the dry 
well. © lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10818. 

46. Aug. 16. 1947. Desperate partners. 
© lc 2Sep47: D unp. 10819. 

47. Aug. 23, 1947. The secret of the 
mesa. © lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10820. 

48. Aug. 30, 1947. The silver dollar 
chase. © lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10821. 

49. Sept 6, 1947. The monster of Blue 
Lake. © lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11498. 

50. Sept 13, 1947. The talking crow. 
© lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11499. 

51. Sept 20, 1947. The worried fresh- 
man. 9 lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11500. 

52. Sept 27, 1947. The missing eleven. 
© lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11501. 

53. Oct 4, 1947. The reluctant clue. 
© lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11502. 

54. Oct 11, 1947. The mystery of the 
muddy field. S lc 30Oct47; D unp. 
11503. 

55. Oct 18, 1947. The light in the fog. 
© lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11504. 

56. Oct. 25, 1947. The wrong trail. © 
lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11505. 

57. Nov. 1. 1947. The Hallowe'en 
secret © lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11506. 

58. Nov. 8, 1947. The Jonathan Edwards 
papers. © lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11507. 

ADVENTURES of Lucky Bob. D unp. 
11708. See Le Veque, Edward. 

ADVENTURES of Lucky Sam. D unp. 
11757. See Le Veque, Edward. 

THE ADVENTURES of Mundus Estuna. 
D unp. 1238. See Minsky, Marguerite 
Marcia. 

ADVENTURES of Percy Pelican. See 
Fromm, Elizabeth Sinclair. 

THE ADVENTURES of Pewter Jansen. 
D unp. 1529. See Frontman, Richard. 

THE ADVENTURES of Scamperino, the 
talking monkey. D unp. 11462. See 
Perrot, Virginia Stoddert 



THE ADVENTURES OF SCOTTER, THE 
MODERN GOOD FAIRY (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Episodes in this series are by Mercedes 
Philip Gardner and Jean Shannon 
Smith. © Mercedes Gardner, Jean 
Shannon Smith, Sacramento, Calif. 

1-9. © lc each 7Jun47; D unp. 11635- 

11643. 
10. © lc 7Jun47; D unp. 11627. 

THE ADVERSE father. D unp. 1705. See 
Di Benedetto, Annibale. 

ADVERTISING by example. C 1890. See 
Lappin, Margaret Redding. 

AESCHYLUS. 
The suppliants. D unp. 11348. See 
Hubbell, Lindley Williams. 

THE AFFAIR of a missing letter. D unp. 
10946. See Gelgood, Irwin S. Once upon 
a crime. 

AFTER all, it's spring. D pub. 11702. 
See Walsh, Frederick G. 

AFTER the movies. D unp. 1642. See 
Finney, Walter Braden. The City, no. 2. 

AGE of violence. D unp. 1375. See 
Eardley, Carl. 

AGG, Howard. 
Before the morning, D pub. 11147. See 

Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 
The spider ring. D pub. 11146. See 

Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 

AGIN, Boyd. 
We hanged our harps. D unp. 11089. 
See Roth, Mary. 

AGNEW, HERBERT CLINTON. 
Spotlight memories and spotlight ro- 
mances. A discussion. S Herbert 
Clinton Agnew, Pittsburgh; lc 15Jul47; 
C 1710. 

AGRA MONTE, ANGELINA PRIME LLES. 
El billete del Millon, juguete comico en 
dos actos. © Angelina Primelles 
Agramonte, Havana; lc 3Nov47; D unp. 
11497. 

AH, men! D unp. 1398. See Salzman, 
Frances Klenett 

AH, romance! D pub. 1859. See Hackett, 
Walter. 

AHAB and Ben-Hadad. See Zagor, M. 
Kings of Israel and Syria. D unp. 11586. 

AHRENS, Gertine. See Wilhelm, Gertine 
Ahrens. 

AIDA. See Friedman, Charles. My 
darlin' Aida. D unp. 11516. 

AIKEN, ALFRED L. 
Through with love. A musical play in 
two acts. Text only. © Alfred L. 
Aiken, New York; lc 5Jul47; D unp. 9768. 

AIKINS, Carroll. See Aikins, Charles 
Carroll Colby. 

AIKINS, CHARLES CARROLL COLBY. 
The golden journey, a play in three acts, 
by Carroll Aikins. © Charles Carroll 
Colby Aikins, Naramata, B. C; lc 
14Nov47; D unp. 11447. 

AIRBORNE symphony. D unp. 1673. See 
Bernstein, Ina Joan. 



AIVAZ, STELLA DE LORES. 
That young Mrs. Preston, a comedy- 
drama in two acts, by Stella Delgado 
t pseud.] © Stella Delores Aivaz. 
Jew York; lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11784. 

AKINS, ZOE. 
The castle on the sand, a play in three 
acts. © Zoe Akins Rumbold, Los 
Angeles; lc 23Jul47; D unp. 10560. 

AKLOM, Mikhail, pseud. See Brighouse, 
Harold. 

ALABASTAR. D unp. 1459. See Hoben, 
Alice M. 

ALADDIN and the wonderful lamp. 
D unp. 1555. See Let's Pretend, 
Aug. 30, 1947. 

ALAMO. D unp. 11415. See Sammon, 
Patrick Francis. 

ALAS, poor Yorick. D unp. 11557. See 
Bellack, George. 

ALBA star. D unp. 1459. See Hoben, 
Alice M. Alabastar. 

ALBERT, Katherine. See Eunson, 
Katherine Albert 

ALBERT Herring. See Crozier, Eric. 

ALBERTSON, ROBERT SYLVESTER. 
Automotive Parking Meter Violation 
Protection Association. Address. © 
Robert Sylvester Albertson, Towanda, 
Pa.; lc 190ct47; C 1733. 

THE ALCHEMIST. D unp. 12040. See 
Smith, Milton. 

ALDRICH FAMILY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Clifford 

Goldsmith. © Clifford Goldsmith, 

New York. 
427,428. Oct 2, 9, 1947. © lc each 

270ct47; D unp. 11715, 11716. 
429, 430. Oct 16, 23, 1947. © lc each 

13Nov47; D unp. 11445, 11446. 
431-433. Oct 30, Nov. 6, 13, 1947. © 

lc each 9Dec47; D unp. 11891-11893. 

ALDRIDGE, JAMES WILLIAM 
Madame Tussaud s. A radio play in 
three acts. © James William Aldridge, 
Windsor, Ont; lc 30Oct47; D unp. 
11261. 

ALEXANDER, George. See McCalmon, 
George Alexander. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS LEY. 
Dear Mr. Secretary, a comedy in three 
acts, by Lt Comdr. T. L. Alexander. 
© Thomas Ley Alexander, Chevy Chase, 
Md.; lc 26Aug47; D unp. 1505. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM HAMILTON. 
Preview of heaven. Film script © 
First Christian Church, Oklahoma City; 
lc 29Sep47; C 1859. 

ALEXYS, Max. 
Valses d'amour. D pub. 1228. See 
D'Hanswyck, Yoris. 

ALICE in Wonderland. D unp. 1827. See 
Leary, Helen Mary Lillie. 

ALISON and Suzanne clash. D unp. 1408. 
See No Other Love, no. 5. 

ALISON meets Wynell. D unp. 1406. See 
No Other Love, no. 4. 



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ALISON Rand arrives in New York. 
D imp. 1404. See No Other Love, no. 2. 

ALISON Rand finds a shelter. D unp. 
1405. See No Other Love, no. 3. 

ALISON reveals her secret D imp. 1407. 
See No Other Love, no. 42. 

ALL for one, and free for all. D unp. 
10654. See Kallesser, Michael. 

ALL Gaul is divided. D unp. 1599. See 
McGiver, John Irwin. 

ALL in a day's work. D unp. 1659. See 
Wells, Virginia. 

ALL in a lifetime. D unp. 10414. See 
Strouse, Alexander L. 

ALL in one night D unp. 1838. See 
Craig, Walter. 

ALL our yesterdays. D unp. 1845. See 
Bacon, Josephine Daskam. 

ALL ye are brethren. D unp. 11599. See 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 4£ 

ALLADIN. See 
Evans, Thomas Mortimer. D unp. 11186. 
Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. D unp. 10707. 

ALLADIN and the wonderful lamp. D unp. 
1555. See Let's Pretend, Aug. 30, 1947. 

ALLADINE. D unp. 1242, 10433. See 
Piatt, Kin. 

ALLAN, ANDREW. 
Camille, a new stage version. Based 
upon the novel and the play, "La Dame 
aux Camelias," by Alexandre Dumas, 
fils. In three acts. I Andrew Allan, 
New York; lc 17Sep47; D unp. 10925. 

ALLEGRO. D unp. 10577. See Rodgers, 
Richard. 

ALLEN, DAYTON. 
It's fun to be fooled. Radio script © 
Davton Allen, Mt Vernon, N. Y.; lc 
17Nov47; D unp. 11631. 
My father is a degenerate. A sketch. 
Dayton Allen, Mt Vernon, N. Y.; 
lc 2Sep47; D unp. 10944. 

ALLEN, Fred. See Fred Allen Show 
(Radio program] 

ALLEN, KAY. 
Father Sublime's miracle of Morning- 
side Heights, a drama of color in five 
acts. B Minna Kallen, New York; lc 
22Aug47; D unp. 10749. 

ALLEN, Portland Hoffa. See The Fred 
Allen Show (Radio program) 

ALLIED Forms Company. 
New baby. D pub. 11741. See Rhoades, 
Charles O. 

ALLONS a Paris. C 1886. See Brown, 
Marie Iselin. 

ALMOST used cars. D unp. 10485. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 814. 

ALONZO, Francisco. 
Manolita Quintero. D pub. 1231. See 
Alvarez Quintero, Seraffn. 

ALPERN, SAMUEL LEESER. 
Skipper Noah and his ark angels. A play 
In three acts. 6 Samuel Leeser 
Alpern, New York; lc 70ct47; D unp. 
11567. 



ALRAUNA. D unp. 11236. See Janis, 
Chelle. Nightshade. 

ALVAREZ Quintero, Joaqufn. 
Manolita Quintero. D pub. 1231. See 
Alvarez Quintero, Seraifn. 

Alvarez quintero, seraf£n. 

Manolita Quintero, comedi? ?n tres 
actos [de Seraifn y Joaqufn Alvarez 
Quintero) con ilustraciones musicales 
del Maestro A lonso. jMadrid, 1947J. 
45 p. 24cm. B Seraiin y Joaqufn 
Alvarez Quintero, Madrid; 30jun47; 
D pub. 1231. 

AMATEUR Hour. See Morris B. Sachs 
Amateur Hour (Radio program) 

THE AMATEURS' talent contest D pub. 
11197. See Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 

AMBITION. See Femand, Roland F. 
Shadow of a dream. D pub. 11110. 

AMBITION clinic. D unp. 11243. See 
Holmes, May Smith. 

THE AMBITIOUS plan. D unp. 10810. See 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 37. 

AN AMERICAN cavalcade. D pub. 1296. 
See Hinkelman, Robert 

AMERICAN family. D imp. 9804. See 
Montagnoli, Materno. 

AMERICAN fiber. D unp. 12053. See 
McGee, Francis J. 

AMERICAN Friends Service Committee. 
See Friends, Society of. American 
Friends Service Committee. 

AMERICAN heritage show. D unp. 11017. 
See Robson, William N. 

AN AMERICAN poem. D unp. 1354. See 
Jenkins, Gordon. 

AMERICAN Theatre Wing radio scripts. 
Titles in this series are listed under 
their respective authors. 



AMERICAN theme. D unp. 10511. 
Foote, Hortoru 



See 



AMERICAN Tobacco Company. See Your 
Hit Parade (Radio program) 

THE AMERICAN way. C 1618, 1648, 1780, 
1781. See Fletcher, Lewis A rrowood. 

AMERICANS in Paris. D unp. 1460. See 
Florman, Irving. 

AMFITHEATROF, DANIELE. 
Erolca, a three act play with music, by 
Daniele Amfitheatrof and Robert Inger- 
soll. Text only. 3 Robert A. Ingersoll, 
Los Angeles, Daniele Amfitheatrof, 
Pacific Palisades, Calif.; lc 270ct47; 
D unp. 11155. 

THE AMOS 'N' ANDY SHOW (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by Charles J. 
Correll and Freeman F. Gosden. 
Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. Gos- 
den, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

vol. 4. 

32-35. May 6, 13, 20, 27 1947. : lc 

each 13Jul47; D unp. 10475-10478. 
vol. 5. 
1-5. Sept 30, Oct 7, 14, 21, 28, 1947. 

© lc each 12Nov47; D unp. 11764-11768. 



L'AMOUR vient en jouant. D unp. 11184. 
See Boudousse, Lucien. 

L'AN mil. D unp. 11341. See Romains, 
Jules. 

ANCIENT coins associated with Christi- 
anity. C 1640. See Tuckwood, Charles 
Edwin. 



THE ANCIENT cure. 
Pek, Desider P. 



D unp. 1782. See 



AND her name was Mary. D unp. 11857. 
See The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 45. 

AND in return. D unp. 10407. See Motion 
Picture Productions, inc. 

AND it shall be given to you. D unp. 11490. 
See The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 42. 

AND never go to sea. D unp. 11722. See 
Dace, Edwin Wallace. 



AND never yield. See Smith, Betty, 
in heart D unp. IT1536. 



First 



AND no birds sing. D pub. 11145. See 
Fernald, Jenny. 

AND sorrow for angels. D unp. 1552. See 
Parker, Don Hillman. 

AND the angels smiled. D unp. 11012. See 
Noble, Dorothy Sarah. 

AND the sun stood still. D unp. 10868. See 
Dr. Christian, no. 457. 

AND there was light D unp. 10939. See 
The Eternal Light, no. 146. 

AND there were shepherds. D unp. 11885. 
See The Children's Chapel, Christmas 
broadcast no. 2. 

AND this our life. D pub. 9985. See 
Ready, Stuart 

ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. 
The snow queen. D unp. 11288. See 
Prusslng, Marjorie M. 

ANDERSON, AETHEL MARGARET WATT. 
The Peggy Watt's story hour; trips to the 
land of music and song. By Peggy Watt 
- Aethel Anderson, Northport, N. Y.; 
lc each 9Aug47. 

1. Introduction. The secret D unp. 
1410. 

2. Prince Concentration and Persever- 
ance. D unp. 1411. 

3. Grand Pianoforte Hotel; fundamental 
tones. D unp. 1412. 

4. Grand Staff Playhouse; song of the 
tones. D unp. 1413. 

5. Middle C and the two little snaces B 
and D; the properties of tones. D unp. 
1414. 

ANDERSON, H. C. 
When sweet sixteen, a comedy of youth In 
one act Boston [19471. 32 p. 19cm. 
(Drama Guild plays) ^ Drama Guild 
Publishers, Boston; 1Nov47; D pub. 11625. 

ANDERSON, SHERWOOD. 
Winesburg. Ohio. A play in three acts, by 
Sherwood Anderson; new adaptation by 
Bill Robinson and Alexander Markey. © 
Alexander Markey, Hollywood; lc 
llAug47; D unp. 1563. 

ANDERSON, WALT. 
The oddity caper; farce in three acts, 
based on the novel of the same name by 



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ANDERSON, WALT. Cont'd. 

the same author. © Walt Anderson, 
Brooklyn; lc 13Aug47; D unp. 1565. 

ANDERSON and Ritchie. 
Ugly duckling. D pub. 11810. See Smith, 
George Smedley. 

ANDORN, SIDNEY. 
It's Standard time. Radio script © WGAR 
Broadcasting Co., Cleveland; lc 29Sep47; 
D unp. 1735. 

ANDREW Jackson of Tennessee. D unp. 
1347. See Pike, Charles Sumner. 

ANDREWS, CHESTER CHARLES. 
Pop opera. Radio script © Chester 
Charles Andrews. Moline, IlL; lc 
27Aug47; D unp. 1566. 

ANDREWS, STANLEY. 
Our children. A play in three acts, pro- 
logue and epilogue. © Stanley Andrews, 
West Los Angeles; lc 26Nov47; D unp. 
11789. 

ANDROS, GUY. 
Twinkling of an eye, a mirage in three 
acts and an epilogue, by Guy Andros and 
Hamilton Wright © Guy Andros, New 
York; lc 5Jul47; D unp. 10561. Correct- 
ing D unp. 6815. 

ANDRUS, FRANCES NAOMA. 
The Archers' Happiness League radio 
program. Pt 1, episode 1, Andy plays 
detective (Episodic serial. Andrew 
Jackson). Pt 2, Variety program. © 
Frances Naoma Andrus, Kansas City, 
Mo.; lc 240ct47; D unp. 11126. 

ANGELA, my darling. D unp. 9976. See 
Taubes, Frank Alex. 

ANGELS zero. D unp. 10474. See Perry, 
Tyllne N. 

ANNE, ma soeur Anne. D unp. 1997. See 
Bibescu, Anton, principe. 

ANNENBERG, Norman. 
Professor Stressible. D unp. 11496. See 
Kamlle, Coleman. 

ANNIE Mehlt and the adventure of the 
caterpillar. D unp. 9876. See Berryman, 
Marion Graham. 

ANOTHER easy Christmas book. D pub. 
10604. See Kimball, Ruth Putnam. 

ANOTHER man's shoes. D unp. 1660. See 
Wells, Virginia. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 
Antigone, adapted by Lewis Galantiere 
from the play by Jean Anoullh. New 
York, S. French £19471. 74 p. 19cm. © 
Samuel French, New York- 21Mar47; 
D pub. 9954. Prev. reg. 27May46; D pub. 
3879. 

ANSWER. D unp. 1988. See Axelson, 
Mary McDougal. 

AN ANSWER to "The lady or the tiger." 
D unp. 1641. See Finney, Walter Braden. 

ANTHONY, Barbara Clegg. 
Women are that way. D unp. 1737. See 
Corning, Benjamin Harry. 

THE ANTICS of five little Perimonks. 
D unp. 10737. See Pike, Mildred 
Avenelle. 

ANTIGONE. D pub. 9954. See Anouilh, 
Jean. 



ANVIL song. D unp. 1564. See Page, 
Sarah Frances. 

ANY old port D unp. 10822. See Doyle, 
James H. 

ANYTHING can happen. D pub. 11300. 
See Barbee, Lindsey. 

APFEL, DOROTHY S. 
Hello, Buckeye. A play in three acts, 
prologue and epilogue. © Dorothy S. 
Apfel, Los Angeles; lc 130ct47; D unp. 
11271. New matter: revisions. Prev. 
reg. "Loyal lobby," 23May44; D unp. 
89037. 

APOLLO'S applecart D unp.. 10945. See 
Davidson, Arnold Benjamin. 

APOLLO'S follies. D unp. 10945. See 
Davidson, Arnold Benjamin. A polios 
applecart 

APPLE pie. D pub. 10837. See Mac- 
Donald, Dora Mary. 

APPOINTMENT With life. See Plamon- 
don, AimS. La plus forte. D unp. 1523. 

APPREHENSIONS. D pub. 9982. See 
Brighouse, Harold. 

ARABIAN nights. See Russak, Carolyn 
J. Thousand and one nights. D unp. 1661. 

ARANOW, Walter. 
Ask your father. D unp. 1732, 9887. 

Qna A *"*»»l/\WT 7oHM TllTIQf 



Vsk your latner. u unp. no. 
See Aranow, Zedra Jurist 



ARANOW, ZEDRA JURIST. 
Ask your father. A play in three acts 
by Zedra Jurist Aranow, Walter Aranow, 
Ruth Pollen Glass and Elihu Glass. © 
Zedra Jurist Aranow, Walter Aranow, 
Ruth Pollen Glass, Elihu Glass, Spring- 
field, Mass.; lc 18Jul47; D unp. 9887. 
Ask your father, by Aranow & Glass. A 
play in three acts. © Zedra Jurist 
Aranow, Walter Aranow, Ruth Pollen 
Glass, Elihu Glass, Springfield, Mass.; 
lc 29Sep47; revisions; D unp. 1732. 

THE ARCHERS' Happiness League radio 
program. D unp. 11126. See Andrus, 
Frances Naoma. 

ARE you guilty? D unp. 11782. See Kuhn, 
Richard John. 

ARIA. D unp. 11042. See DiDato, Car- 
melo Joseph. 

ARISTOPHANES, Jr., pseud. See Sibelius, 
Stanley. 

ARIZONA'S Aunt Adaline. D unp. 10880. 

See Reader's Digest Radio Edition, 

no. 78. 

L'ARLESIENNE. See Bataille, Marie 
Louise. Slxieme acte. D pub. 1825. 

ARMBAND. A. 
A test of love, a farce comedy in one act 
by A. Armband, words and music by 
Frances Klenett Salzman. Song "My 
heart can't tell you" attached. © A. 
Armband, New York; Fiances Klenett 
Salzman, St Albans, N. Y.; lc 7Aug47; 
D unp. 1397. 

THE ARMY career. C 1591. See Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

ARNAUD, BONNE VERE. 
The mystery of the whispering bell, a 
mystery-comedy in three acts. San 



Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, cl947. 
102 p. 20cm. © Banner Play Bureau, 
Inc., San Francisco; 110ct47; D pub. 
11161. 

ARNOLD, Franz. 
Die spanische Fliege . See Dill, Max 
Millian. The high cost of loving. D unp. 
1809. 

ARNOLD, STANLEY N. 
Broad minded, a musical comedy, with 
book and lyrics by Stan Arnold and 
music by Carl Lampl. In two acts. 
Text only. © Stanley N. Arnold, Cleve- 
land Heights, Ohio; lc 5Dec47; D unp. 
12051. 

ARONIN, BEN. 
This Is my faith, the story of Hannah G. 
Solomon; a dramatic monologue In five 
scenes. © National Council of Jewish 
Women, New York; lc 24Nov47; D unp. 
11653. 

AN ARRANT jade. D unp. 1336. See 
Owen, Marie Bankhead. 

AN ARREST is expected. D pub. 9847. 
See Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 

The ART of conversation; or, Let's talk. 
C 1884. See Ormond, Estelle Lenore. 

THE ART of the dance. C 1851. See 
Pelovltz, Samuel Joseph. 

ARTHUR, Rene. 
La plus forte. D unp. 1523. See Pla- 
mondon, Aim§. 

ARTHUR, ROBERT. 
Moon-up, a drama in one act New York, 
S. French [1947]. 32 p. 19cm. Based 
on a short story entitled "Return by 
night" © Robert Arthur, Amenia, 
N. Y.; 10ct47; D pub. 11307. 

ARTHUR Olsen story. D unp. 1653. See 
The Adventurers' Club, Sept 20, 19477 

ARTIFICIAL silk. D pub. 1873. See 
Lomax, H. C. 

ARV Miller's cartunes. C 1619. See 
Miller, Arvin. 

AS innocent as Eve. D unp. 11129. See 
Austin, Ernest Alexander. 

AS merry as you make it. D pub. 10794. 
See McMillin, Mark. 

AS the twig is bent D unp. 10602. See 
Williamson, Guy. 

AS ye would that men should do to you. 
D unp. 10507. See The Greatest Story 
Ever Told, no. 24. 

ASHE, HARRY. 
The master, a play. In two acts. <9 
Harry Ashe, Santa Barbara, Calif.; lc 
6Aug47; D unp. 10658. 

ASHMAN, Jane. See Murray, Jane Ash- 
man. 

ASHTON, LEONORA SELL. 
Christmas story, a Christmas play in 
one act Minneapolis [1947]. 16 p. 
19cm. (Denison s Christmas plays) 
© T. S. Denison & Co., Minneapolis; 
280ct47; D pub. 11524. 

ASHTON, NORMAN WALLACE. 
Listen my children ..., a new play. In 
three acts. © Norman Ashton, West 



130 



CATALOG OF COIMKI<;ilT ENTRIES 



Medford, Mass.; lc 3Aug47; D unp. 
1276. 

ASK your father. D imp. 1732, 9887. See 
Aranow, Zedra Jurist 

ASKE, LAKE. 
Non nobis, a play In one act London 
[1947], 36 p. 19cm. (French's acting 
edition, no. 191) 6 Samuel French ltd., 
London; 10jul47; D pub. 1877. 

ASSIGNMENT, please. C 1880. See 
Davies, Donald MacNelll. 

ASSOCIATION of the Junior Leagues of 
America, Inc. 
The Pied Piper of Hamelin. D pub. 1575. 

See Miller, Madge. 
Sleeping Beauty. D pub. 11962. See 

Carstens, Catherine Ellis Wilkinson. 

ASTER. C 1683. See Van Pelt, Margue- 
rite Kerr. Flower fantasia, no. 3, 

ASTRID. D unp. 1847. See Mora, Flora. 

AT home with the Angels. D unp. 11418. 
See Kelley, Dennis. 

AT the Golden Ram. D pub. 9994. See 
Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 

AT the Sign of the Falcon. D unp. 1872. 
See Davis, Elsie Pearson. 

AT the Sign of the Weather Vane. D unp. 
10669. See The Adventures of Frank 
Merriwell, no. 20. 

AT the speed of light C 1598. See 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

ATLEE, David. See Phillips, David Atlee. 

ATOM X. D unp. 11998. See Backer, 
John Herbert 

THE ATOMIC blonde. D pub. 11624. See 
Tobias, Jay. 



ATOMIC boudoir lamps. 
Stewart, John Francis. 



C 1910. See 



ATOMIC diary. D unp. 11422. See Ger- 
stel, Felix Martin. 

ATTACHED. D unp. 11873. See Tracy, 
Royal Dana. 

ATTMORE, John Charles. 
The Murgatroyd murders. D unp. 1246. 
See Steuer, Arthur Henry. 

AUBERT, RENE. 
La pomme rouge, piece en trols actes. 
© Rene Aubert, Paris; lc 22Sep47; 
D unp. 11002. 

AUGUSTUS Curtis story. D unp. 11066. 
See The Adventurers Club, Oct 25, 1947. 

AULGER, ADDISON. 
The show must go on, a comedy in three 
acts. Minneapolis, Northwestern Press, 
cl947. 92 p. 20cm. © Northwestern 
Press, Minneapolis; 17Sep47; D pub. 
11166. 

AULICINO, ARMAND DANIEL. 
My aunt, the doctor. A play In three acts. 

© A. D. Aullclno, Sunnyside, N. Y.; 

lc 3Sep47; D unp. 10907. 
The portable street, a realistic fantasy. 

In two acts. © Armand Daniel Au-liclno, 

Sunnyside, N. Y.; lc 30Sep47; D unp. 

10987. 

AULT, Julia Gwln. See Gwln, Julia. 



AUNT JENNY'S REAL LIFE STORIES 

(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Ruth Adams 
Knight © Lever Brothers Co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

2822-2825. Nov. 21, 24-26 1947. She 
shall have music, pts. 1-4. © lc each 
19Dec47; D unp. 12003-12006. 

AUNT Minnie comes to town. D pub. 11743. 
See St Clair, Robert 

AUNT Pauline. D unp. 9855. See Vratny, 
Frank. 

AUNT Polly from Peru. D pub. 10954. 
See Phelps, Pauline. 

AUNT Sally from Cherry Valley. D pub. 
9960. See Taggart, Tom. 

AUNT Susan. D unp. 9852. See Campbell, 
Isabelle Bertlna. 

AUPRES de ma blonde. D pub. 1822. See 
Achard, Marcel. 

AURALIA Bridge from Hemlock Ridge. 
D pub. 9955. See Braun, Wilbur. 

AURORA. D pub. 11973. See Quesada, 
Hector. 

AUSTEN, Jane. 
Emma. D unp. 10418. See Reynal, 

Elizabeth Young. 
Pride and prejudice. See MacNamara, 

Margaret Elizabeth refuses. D pub. 

9730. 

AUSTIN, ERNEST ALEXANDER. 
As innocent as Eve, a comedy in one 
act, by Ernest A. and Louanna M. 
Austin. © Ernest Alexander Austin, 
Louanna McNicol Austin. Washington; 
lc 240ct47; D unp. 11129. 

AUSTIN, FRANK EUGENE. 
Judgment numbers based on nine, found 
in the Bible and elsewhere. A lecture. 
© Frank Eugene Austin. Winter Park, 
Fla.; lc 270ct47; C 1839. 

AUSTIN, HENRY W. 
The good road, a musical revue, by 
Henry W. Austin and Harold Richard 
Stollery. In ten scenes. Text only. © 
Oxford Group, Moral Re-armament, 
MRA, inc., New York; lc 8Dec47; D unp. 
11871. New matter: revisions. Prev. 
reg. "Ideas have legs," 19Mar47; D unp. 
8326. 

AUSTIN, Louanna McNicol. 
As innocent as Eve. D unp. 11129. See 
Austin, Ernest Alexander. 

AUTOMATIC savings. D unp. 9696. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 

AUTOMOTIVE Parking Meter Violation 
Protection Association. C 1733. See 
Albertson, Robert Sylvester. 

AUTUMN. C 1532. See Kamm, Abraham 
R. Causes of crime. 

AUTUMN and year's end. D unp. 1330. 
See Sibelius. Stanley. Veteran's maga- 
zine,, part three. 

AUTUMN stars. D unp. 1381. See Harsh- 
man, Betsy Southgate. 

THE AVARICIOUS general. D unp. 1510. 
See Miller, Margaret Livingstone. 



A VERCHENKO, ArkadlT Timofeevtch. 
A friend In need. D unp. 11334. See 
Beta, Nicholas. 

AVERTSCHENKQ, Arkadi. Sou Avur- 
chenko, Arkadii Tlmofeevlch. 

AVERY, HAROLD VINCENT. 
Ladles only, a script for radio. © 

Harold V. Avery, Jackson, Miss.; lc 

23jul47; D unp. 10558. 
Lucky second, a radio script D Harold 

V. Avery, Jackson, Miss.; lc 20Aug47; 

D unp. 1437. 

AVNET, I. Duke. 
A touch of the sun. D unp. 1592. See 
Lindner, Robert Mitchell. 

AVRESCHENKO. See Averchenko, 
A rkadlT Tlmofeevlch. 

THE AWKWARD pause. D pub. 10739. 
See Payton, Donald. 

AXELSON, MARY McDOUGAL. 
Answer, a play In two acts. © Mary 
McDougal Axelson, Coral Gables, Fla.; 
lc 150ct47; D unp. 1988. 

AYERS, Shirley, pseud. See Ives, 
Elizabeth V. 



BABIES. C 1550. 
Augustus. 



• B - 
See Ryan, Quin 



THE BABY-SITTER. D pub. 11198. See 
Sergei, Christopher. 

BACH, Ernst. 
Die spanische Fliege. See Dill, Max 
Mlllian. The high cost of loving. D 
unp. 1809. 

BACH, Martha. 
Die spanische Fliege. See Dill, Max 
Milllan. The high cost of loving. 
D unp. 1809. 

BA CHE LIS, ROSE SHOMER. 
Weib Oder mame, fun Rose Shomer. A 
life's portrait In three acts with a pro- 
logue. Yiddish text 6 Rose Shomer 
Bachells. Los Angeles; lc 24Aug47; 
D unp. 10877. 

BACHELOR flat D unp. 10608. See 
Gardemal, Louis Gaston. 

BACHRACH, RUTH BARCLAY. 
Sweet and lovely, by Ruth Barclay. Radio 
script. © Ruth Barclay Bachrach, New 
York; lc 17Nov47; D unp. 11646. 

BACKER, JOHN HERBERT. 
Atom X, a play in three acts. © John 
H. Backer, Lenoir, N. C; lc 18Dec47; 
D unp. 11998. 

BACKUS, CARL. 
Sinners in May, a modern comedy. In 
three acts. Carl Backus, Cincinnati; 
lc 4Sep47; D unp. 1537. 

BACON, JOSEPHINE DASKAM. 
All our yesterdays, a play. In three acts. 

© Josephine Daskam Bacon, New York; 

lc 90ct47; D unp. 1845. 
Maid of honor; comedy in three acts. T 

Josephine Daskam Bacon, New York; lc 

90ct47; D unp. 1846. 

BAD brother. D unp. 11409. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2303-1528. 

BAER, JULES. 
John Jones, American; a comedy in three 



780609 



131 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BAER, JULES. Cont'd. 

acts, by Jules Baer and Kathleen Baer. 
© Jules Baer, Kathleen Baer, Chicago; 
lc 17Aug47; D unp. 1419. 

BAER, Kathleen. 
John Jones, American. D unp. 1419. See 
Baer, Jules. 

BAERWITZ, Sam. 
Cold blood. D unp. 11215. See Lester, 
Seeleg. 

BAGNASCO, DANTE VICTOR. 
Take your pick; radio quiz program. © 
Dante V. Bagnasco, Brooklyn; lc 
210ct47; D unp. 11285. 

BAILEY, Charity. 
What makes a good children's record? 
C 1789. See Abeson, Marion Berland. 

BAKER, ELVA THEODORE. 
The forming of manufacturing co-operation 
and the Westcoast show. An address. 
© Elva Theodore Baker, Hollywood; lc 
15Jul47; C 1652. 

BAKER, HERBERT. 
Champion, by Herbert Baker and Carl 
Foreman. Based on a short story by 
Ring Lardner. © Screenplays, inc., Los 
Angeles; lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10800. 

BAKER (Walter H.) Company. 
Ah, romance! D pub. 1859. See Hackett, 

Walter. 
Another easy Christmas book. D pub. 

10604. See Kimball, Ruth Putnam. 
Cracked Nutts. D pub. 11934. See 

Tobias, Jay. 
The day after Christmas. D pub. 10900. 

See George, Charles. 
A fellow needs a friend. D pub. 10902. 

See Griffin, Catherine M. 
Five little Peppers. D pub. 10605. See 

Kimball, Ruth Putnam. 
For all eternity. D pub. 10603. See 

Bishop. Stuart. 
The mighty dream. D pub. 11933. See 

Wilson, Dorothy Clarke. 
Pot luck. D pub. 10901. See Martens, 

Anne (Coulter). 
Queen for a day. D pub. 10905. See 

Pierce, Carl Webster. 
Scatterbrain. D pub. 1858. See George, 

Charles. 
Triumphant dawn. D pub. 9967. See 

Rees-Tyrer, S. 

BAKERS Club of Chicago. 
Try something new. C 1856. See Jack- 
son, Maurice M. 

BALALAIKA. D pub. 11231. See Masch- 
witz, Eric. 

BALAZS, BELA. 
Mozart, Drama in 3 Akten, 7 Bildern. © 
Theaterverlag Reiss, A. G. Basel, 
Switzerland; lc 150ct47; D unp. 11714. 

BALCZUNAS, STANLEY JEROME. 
Time of the harvest, a play in three acts, 
by Jerome Bait [pseud.] © Stanley 
Jerome Balczunas, Philadelphia; lc 
28Aug47; D unp. 10778. New matter: 
revisions. Prev. reg. 28Nov45; D unp. 
96156. 

BALDUS, Frederic. See The Shadow 
(Radio program) 

BALL, EVERETT LORAN. 
The whirlwind of Christopher Street, a 
comedy. In three acts. © Everett 
Loran Ball, Jr., Roslyn, N. Y.; lc 
23Jul47; D unp. 10557. 



BALLADE. D unp. 1655. See Hastings, 
Marjorie Goff. 

BALLANTYNE, PAUL ARDIVON. 
Fall of an angel, a play in one act. © 
Paul Ardivon Ballantyne, New York; lc 
280ct47; D unp. 11207. 

BALLARD, FRANCIS DRAKE. 
Darling Donna Grey, a new comedy. In 
two acts. © Francis Drake Ballard, 
Tuckahoe, N. Y.; lc 12Nov47; D unp. 
11712. 

BALLARD, Fred. See Ballard, John 
Frederick. 

BALLARD, JOHN FREDERICK. 

Honeymoon horses, a play by Fred Bal- 
lard. In three acts and a prologue. © 
John Frederick Ballard. Lincoln, Neb.; 
lc 220ct47; D unp. 11284. 

Little Miss Fixer, a play by Fred Bal- 
lard. In two acts. © John Frederick 
Ballard. Lincoln, Neb.; lc 30ct47; 
D unp. 1912. 

BALLERINO mine. D unp. 12014. See 
Phillips, Ruth Robnett 

BALLEW, Carey L. 
The light eternal. D pub. 11811. See 
Horner, Bryan R. 

BALT, Jerome, pseud. See Balczunas, 
Stanley Jerome. 

BALTIMORE jamboree. D unp. 11862. 
See Waas, Lester Morton. 

LA BAMBOLA sepolta. D pub. 1784. See 
Simonelli, Giovanni. 

THE BANDWAGON. C 1685. See Smith, 
Fred Charles. 

BANGOONI and the clam. D unp. 1657. 
See Helvenston, Harold Finley. 

THE BANK of America. C 1854. See 
Time, inc. 

BANNER Play Bureau, inc. 
As merry as you make it D pub. 10794. 

See McMillin, Mark. 
A Christmas sock. D pub. 10796. See 

Welch, Frederick. 
Kill the old rooster. D pub. 10795. See 

Du Bois, H. Graham. 
The littlest angel. D pub. 10792. See 

Roberts, Helen M. 
The mystery of the whispering bell. 

D pub. 11161. See Arnaud, Bonneviere. 
That face is familiar. D pub. 11162. See 

Turner, Kenneth Weston. 
Truth in bondage. D pub. 10797. See 

Viera, Lillian Jones. 
Virtue triumphant D pub. 10793. See 

Sutton, Vanita. 

BANNERMAN, LEROY. 
Pigskin panorama. Radio script. © 
Leroy Bannerman. Florence, S. C; lc 
280ct47; D unp. 11206. 

BAPTEME d'etoile. D unp. 11005. See 
Bibescu, Anton, principe. 

BARAK, ANNA E. 
The desert's bargain. A play in several 
scenes. © Anna E. Barak. Clearwater, 
Calif.; lc 9Jun47; D unp. 1585. 

BARBEE, LINDSEY. 
Anything can happen, a comedy in one 
act Minneapolis, Northwestern Press, 
cl947. 21 p. 19cm. © Northwestern 
Press, Minneapolis; 220ct47; D pub. 
11300. 



BARBERA, JOSEPH. 
The female Janus, by Joseph Barbera and 
Beatrice Sparks. A play in three acts. 
© Joseph Barbera, Beatrice Sparks, 
West Los Angeles; lc 26Sep47; D unp. 
1978. 

BARCLAY. CARLE TON HENRY. 
Smart kid; or, Moms don't know much. 
A dramatic sketch. © Carleton H. 
Barclay, Newtown, Conn.; lc 6Jul47; 
D unp. 9806. 

BARCLAY, Ruth. See Bachrach, Ruth 
Barclay. 

THE BARGAINERS. D unp. 12082. See 
Middlebrook, Douglas PercivaL 

BARKLEY, Bonita, pseud. See Braun, 
Wilbur. 



THE BARN house. 
Cooksey, Curtis, 
no. 1. 



D unp. 11240. See 
Penelope, our maid, 



BARNABY Boggs' dilemma. D unp. 11393. 
See The Lone Ranger, no. 2287-1512. 

BARNETT, PAUL. 
Elective affinities. A play in three acts, 

based on a novel by Wolfgang von 

Goethe. © Paul Barnett, New York; lc 

220ct47; D unp. 11122. 
The eternal husband. A play in two acts. 

© Paul Barnett, New York; lc 4Nov47; 

D unp. 11335. 
Mother and Mr. Crabtree, a play in one 

act and three scenes. © Paul Barnett, 

New York; lc 17Nov47; D unp. 11588. 

BARNHART, CHARLES E. 
The peanut whistle, a comedy in three 
acts, by Charles E. Barnhart and Harry 
C. Gibbs. © Charles E. Barnhart, 
Peoria, III.; Harry C. Gibbs, Vinita 
Terrace, Mo.; lc 9Jul47; D unp. 10467. 

BARNOUW, ERIK. 

China convoy. Radio script © American 
Friends Service Committee, Philadel- 
phia; lc 25Jun47; D unp. 1233. 

The Iron Horse. The Cavalcade of 
America, broadcast Aug. 18, 1947. © 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wil- 
mington, Del.; lc 19Dec47: D unp. 12000. 

The oath. The Cavalcade ot America, 
broadcast Oct 20, 1947. © E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, 
Del.; lc 19Dec47; D unp. 12002. 

Under the Big Top. The Cavalcade of 
America, broadcast May 26, 1947. © 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wil- 
mington, Del.; lc 16Sep47; D unp. 1613. 

Vienna. Radio script. © American 
Friends Service Committee, Philadel- 
phia; lc 17Jun47; D unp. 1658. 

BARNUM and the Swedish nightingale. D 

unp. 10983. See Reader's Digest 

Radio Edition, no. 81. 

THE BARNUM diary. D unp. 10413. See 
Dickason, Albert 

BARNUM was right D unp. 10693. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 819. 

BARRANGON, Eloise. See Yerger, Eloise 
Barrangon. 

BARRON, ABE B. 
Discord, an original screen play, by Abe 
Barron and A. L. Brandt In seven 
parts. © Alfred L. Brandt, Belleville, 
111.; Abe B. Barron, Des Moines; lc 
30jun47; D unp. 9676. 

.BARRY, Peter. See 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT E N T HI K S 



Call the Police (Radio program) 
The Shadow (Radio program) 

THE BARTERED bride. U pub. 11492. 
See Sablna, Karel. 

THE BASEBALL game. D imp. 1572. 
See Yeadon, Clyde G. 

BASHFUL Bertie. D pub. 1806. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

THE BASIC advertising story. C 1833. 
See Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 

THE BASIC principles of retail merchan- 
dising. C 1928. See Braasch, William 
Karl. 

BASIC Yiddish. C 1957-1960. See 
Levenson, Samuel. 

THE BASKET that found oil. D pub. 
11963. See Mears, Neal F. 

BATAILLE, Marie Louise. 
Sixleme acte [de] Marie Louise Ba- 
tallle. Preface de Marcel Achard. 
Paris, R. Julliard [1947]. 241 p. 
19cm. (Sequana) Contents. — Le 
Malade imaglnaire.— Bourbouroche. 
—Tristan et Yseult— Jean de la Lune. 
— Hernani. — La Dame aux Camillas.— 
Les J 3. — Romeo et Juliette.— 
L'Arleslenne. — Berenice. — Topaze. — 
Cyrano de Bergerac — © Rene Julliard, 
Paris; 28Feb47; D pub. 1825. 

BATES, JOHN. 

Young Americans. I only regret, the 
story of Nathan Hale. Radio script. © 
John Bates, New York; lc 19Aug47; 
D unp. 1427. 

Young Americans. Poor Richard, the 
story of Benjamin Franklin. Radio 
script. © John Bates, New York; lc 
19Aug47; D unp. 1428. 

BATLEY, J. ARTHUR. 
The gods and Delia, a play In three acts 
and epilogue. © Prudential Curtis 
Batley (Mrs. J. Arthur Batley), San 
Francisco; lc 7Jul47; D unp. 9812. 

BATLEY, Prudential Curtis. 
The gods and Delia. D unp. 9812. See 
Batley, J. Arthur. 

BATSON, GEORGE. 

Catapult, a new play. In three acts. © 
George Batson, New York; lc 290ct47; 
D unp. 11461. 

It's spring again, a farce-comedy in 
three acts. New York, S. French 
[19471. 85 p. 19cm. © Samuel French, 
New York. 25Aug47; D pub. 11016. 

Strange boarders; comedy In three acts 
by George Batson and Jack Kirkland. 
[New York] Dramatists Play Service 
[19471. 79 p. 20cm. © George Batson, 
Jack Kirkland, New York; 20Oct47; 
D pub. 11416. New matter: revisions. 
Prev. reg. "Cordelia," 24Jul46; D unp. 
4217. 

THE BATTLE of the ages. D unp. 10859. 
See Klose, Willard. 

BATY, GASTON. 
Dulcinea, a tragl-comedy in two acts and 
nine scenes, by Gaston Baty. Tran- 
slated from the French by Alvln Sullum. 
© Alvln Sullum, New York; lc 3Sep47; 
D unp. 1601. 

BAUM, L. Frank. 
The Wizard of Oz. D unp. 10610. See 
Green, Janet 



BAUMGARTNER, Elizabeth Burke. See 
Morris B. Sachs Amateur Hour (Radio 
program) 

BAUMGARTNER. Herb. See The Shadow 
(Radio program) 

BAX, CLIFFORD. 
The play of St. Lawrence, a pageant play 
for production in a church. London 
[1947]. 31 p. 22cm. (French's acting 
edition, no. 477) © Samuel French, 
ltd., London; 23Apr47; D pub. 9988. 

BAXT, GEORGE LEONARD. 
Bottle party, a new play In three acts. 
© George Leonard Baxt, New York; lc 
5Dec47; D unp. 12052. 

THE BAXTERS (Radio program) 
Scripts In this series are by Ruth Moore. 
© National Broadcasting Co., inc., New 
York. 

10. Feb. 16, 1946. Let's get rid of 
prejudice. © 4Aug47; D pub. 1979. 

24. May 25, 1946. The Baxters adopt a 
family. © 4Aug47; D pub. 1980. 

THE BAXTERS adopt a family. D pub. 
1980. See The Baxters, no. 24. 

BE not afraid. D unp. 10575. See The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, noTTB. 

BE yourself. D unp. 1648. See Splerer, 
Bertram. 

BEAL, WILLIAM A. 
The stool pigeon. Vaudeville script © 
William A. Beal, Los Angeles; lc 
22Aug47; D unp. 1463. New matter; 
revisions. Prev. reg. 20May47; D unp. 
9300. 

BEAN, Betty. 
Modern miracle. D unp. 12078. See 

Bean, Muriel Vernon. 
The visitant D unp. 12066. See Bean, 

Muriel Vernon. 

BEAN, MURIEL VERNON. 

Modern miracle, an original drama, by 
Muriel Vernon. In twenty-eight scenes. 
65 leaves. © Muriel Vernon Bean, 
Vernon L. Bean, Jr., Betty Bean, 
Chicago; lc 29Dec47; D unp. 12078. 

The visitant, an original drama, by 
Muriel Vernon. In three acts. © 
Muriel Vernon Bean, Vernon L. Bean, 
Jr., Betty Bean, Chicago; lc 26Dec47; 
D unp. 12066. 

BEAN, Vernon L. 
Modern miracle. D unp. 12078. See 

Bean, Muriel Vernon. 
The visitant D unp. 12066. See Bean, 
Muriel Vernon. 

BEANI, ALDO JAMES. 
Imperatore supremo (The supreme 
emperor) Opera in 4 atti. Text and 
music in separate volumes. © Santi 
Beani, Brooklyn; lc 31Jul47; D unp. 
1395. 

BEANI, Santl. 
Imperatore supremo. D unp. 1395. See 
Beani, Aldo James. 

BEARDSLEY, PHYLLIS BENBOW. 
If the light be darkness, a morality play 
in nine scenes. New York, S. French 
[1947]. 38 p., music. 19cm. ©Samuel 
French, New York; 290ct47; D pub. 
11801. 

BEATTE, Dan. See 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 



The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

BEAUCHAMP, ARTHUR L. 

Wild call recordings. Mallard. Record- 
ing script © Arthur L. Beauchamp, 
Flint, Mich.; lc 18Sep47; C 1724. 

Wild call recordings. The scaup. 
Recording script © Arthur L. Beau- 
champ, Flint, Mich.; lc 18Sep47; 
C 1723. 

BEAUMONT, Arthur. 
Weather report D unp. 1372. See 
Gruenberg, John. 

THE BEAUTIFUL gate. D unp. 10525. See 
McNeley, Leona May. 

BEAUTIFULLY furnished. D unp. 11362. 
See Hubbard, Haven. 

BEAUTY and the beast D pub. 1874. See 
Carter, Margaret. 

BEAUTY and the beef. D pub. 11200. See 
Davidson, William Fuson. 

BEAUTY contest D unp. 11241. See 
Cooksey, Curtis. Penelope, our maid, 
no. 2. 

BEAUTY is fled. D pub. 9987. See Car- 
roll, Paul Vincent 

BECK. EDWARD M. 
The Do you have a friend?" radio show. 
1 leaf. © Edward M. Beck, Webster 
Groves, Mo.; lc 26Aug47; D unp. 10878. 

BECKER, Don. See Life Can Be Beautiful 
(Radio program) 

BECKER, EDNA. 
Vitamins and villains, an operetta for 
children of all ages [in three acts]. 
Libretto by Edna Becker, music by 
Rebecca Welty Dunn. Evanston, III., 
Row, Peterson, C1947. 90 p. 26cm. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., Evanston, III.; 
3Nov47; D pub. 11441. 

BECKWITH, MIRIAM RACHEL CAPRON. 
Merry-go-round step-off, a simple ten- 
minute playlette. © Mrs. Miriam C. 
Beckwlth, Fresno, Calif.; 10Jul47; 
D pub. 9892. 

BEDLAMANIA. D unp. 11218. See Waas, 
Lester Morton. 

THE BEES and the flowers. D pub. 1247. 
See Kohner, Frederick. 

BEESTON, LOUISE BULLOCK. 
Multiply and divide; or, Fatten up the 
goose. A comedy in three acts by 
Louise Beeston and Frances KrolL © 
Louise Beeston, Frances Kroll, San 
Francisco; lc LAug47; D unp. 1252. 

BEFORE the morning. D pub. 11147. See 
Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 

BEHIND the brand. C 1758. See Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

BEHIND the fog. D unp. 10499. See 
Stauffer, William Aubrey. 

BEHIND the notes. C 1537. See Scheer, 
Barbara Taylor. 

BEHN, HARRY KAY. 
Fair was the morning, a play in three 
acts. 8 Harry Kay Behn, Tucson, Ariz.; 
lc 31Aug47; D unp. 1578. 

BEHRMAN, CHESTER THEODORE KARL. 
The blue castle, a star princess story 



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BEHRMAN, CHESTER THEODORE KARL. 

Cont'd, 
by Chet Behrman. Radio script © 
Chester Theodore Karl Behrman, 
Indianapolis; lc 15Jul47; D imp. 10508. 

Mr. Bromberg s mouse, a Christmas 
fantasy written by Chet Behrman. 
Radio script © Chester Theodore 
Karl Behrman, Indianapolis; 3Dec47; 
D pub. 12019. 

BEHRMAN, SAMUEL NATHANIEL. 
Jane, by S. N. Behrman; based upon an 
original story by W. Somerset 
Maugham. A play in three acts. © 
S. N. Behrman, Ridgefield, Conn.; W. 
Somerset Maugham, New York; lc 
24Jun47; D unp. 1Q417. 

BEITH, JOHN HAY. 
The fourpenny box, a play in one act by 
Ian Hay [pseud. J. London [1947]. 43 p. 
19cm. (French s acting edition, no. 
1443) © Samuel French, ltd., London; 
25Apr47; D pub. 9977. 

BEKASSY, HAGAR WILDE. 
Made in heaven, a play in three acts, by 
Hagar Wilde. New York, S. French 
[19471. 107 p. front 19cm. © Hagar 
Wilde, Hollywood; 18jul47; D pub. 9959. 
Prev. reg. 'The best years,' HJul45; 
D unp. 398. 

BELA, NICHOLAS. 
A friend in need, a short play based on 
the original of Avreschenko. In one 
act © Nicholas Bela, New York; lc 
4Nov47; D unp. 11334. 

BE LACK, Eleanor. 
Box office. D unp. 1311. See Sacks, 
Harriet 

BELANGER, Mel. See Belanger, Merlyn 
Kenneth. 

BELANGER, MERLYN KENNETH. 
Fire engine, by Mel Belanger. Radio 
script © Merlyn Kenneth Belanger, 
Oakland, Calif.; lc 26Aug47; D unp. 
10771. 
Toine, by Guy de Maupassant Radio 
adaptation by Mel Belanger. © Merlyn 
Kenneth Belanger, Oakland, Calif.; lc 
2Jul47; D unp. 9716. 

THE BELDINGS carry on. D unp. 11481. 
See The Sheriff, no. 162. 

BELL, Anita, pseud. See Braun, Wilbur. 

BELL, Benny, pseud. See Samberg, 
Benjamin. 

BELL, MARY HAYLEY. 
Duet for two hands, a play in two acts. 
London [1947]. 86 p. front, music. 
22cm. (French's acting edition, no. 269) 
© Samuel French, ltd., London; 160ct47; 
D pub. 11806. 

BELL, STANLEY JAMES. 
The man who wasn't there, a play in three 
acts. © Stanley J. Bell, Piedmont, 
Calif.; lc 9Dec47; D unp. 11886. 

BELLAK, GEORGE. 
Alas, poor Yorick; a play in three acts. 
© Joseph G. Bellak, New York; lc 
6Nov47; D unp. 11557. 

BELLAK, Joseph G. 
Alas, poor Yorick. D unp. 11557. See 
Bellak, George. 

BELLAMY, FRANCIS RUFUS. 
His musical highness, an operetta in two 
acts, five scenes. Book by Francis 
Rufus Bellamy, lyrics by Stanley and 



W. Herbert Adams, score by Ralph W. 
Stone as adapted and arranged from 
the music of Franz Liszt Text only. 
© Francis Rufus Bellamy, New York; 
lc 5Jun47; D unp. 9897. 

THE BELLE of Cripple Creek. D unp. 
9763. See Corless, Brenda. 



THE BELLS ring. 
Dennys, Joyce. 



D pub. 11809. See 



BELOVED wife. D unp. 11072. See Golt, 
Harry Thomas. 

BENATZKY, RALPH. 
Kleinstadt Zauber, ein musikalisches 
Lustspiel [in drei akten] Buch, Verse 
und Musik. Die Charaktere sind teil- 
weise basiert auf Nikolaus Gogol's 
Lustspiel, "Der Revisor." Zurich, 
Turicaphon [1947]. 2 v. 29cm., 32cm. 
Words and music in separate volumes. 
© Edition Turicaphon ltd.; Ijul47; 
D pub. 11076. 

BENDIX Aviation Corporation. Bendix 

Radio Division. 

Bendix radio, a name that helps you sell. 
C 1772. See Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

Bendix radios, the line that helps you 
sell. C 1771. See Handy 0am) Organi- 
zation, inc. 

BENDIX radio, a name that helps you sell. 
C 1772. See Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

BENDDC RADIOS, the line that helps you 
sell. C 1771. See Handy (Jam) Organi- 
zation, inc. 

BENEDETTO, Annibale di. See Di 
Benedetto, Annibale. 

THE BENEDICT Arnold treasure. D unp. 
10666. See The Adventures of Frank 
Merriwell, no. 17. 

BENET, Stephen Vincent 
Johnny Pye and the Fool-killer. D unp. 
1862. See Graves, Jean. 

BENN, Mrs. Ben. See Benn, Gertrude 
Velida de. 

BENN, GERTRUDE VELIDA DE. 
Screens and maidens, a play of fantasy 
and rhythm in three acts, by Velida 
[pseud.] © Gertrude Velida de Benn 
(Mrs. Ben Enn) New York; lc HJul47; 
D unp. 9833. New matter: revisions. 
Prev. reg. 1926; D unp. 76650. 

BENNER, JOSEPH HENRY. 
Do— give— be, a play in three acts. © 

Joseph Henry Benner, Allentown, Pa.; 

lc 17Jul47; D unp. 9874. 
Pork or people, a play in three acts. © 

Joseph H. Benner, Allentown, Pa.; Fred 

I. Cairns, Needham, Mass.; lc 24Nov47; 

D unp. 11724. 

BENNETT, REBECCA MARIA. 

Danger belle, a play in four acts. © 
Vivian Louise Bennett, Indianapolis; lc 
29Aug47; D unp. 10798. 

The gardener's boy, a play in three acts. 
© Vivian Louise Bennett, Indianapolis; 
lc 22Tul47; D unp. 10550. 

The lady of the Bad Lands, a play in four 
acts. © Vivian Louise Bennett, Indian- 
apolis; lc HAug47; D unp. 10686. 

Swamp secret, a play for radio. © Vivian 
Loui3e Bennett, Indianapolis; lc 22jul47- 
D unp. 10548. 

Thunder Isle, a play in three acts. © 



Vivian Louise Bennett, Indianapolis; 
lc 22Jul47; D unp. 10549. 

BENNETT, Vivian Louise. 
Danger belle. D unp. 10798. See 

Bennett, Rebecca Maria. 
The gardener's boy. D unp. 10550. 

See Bennett, Rebecca Maria. 
Thelady of the Bad Lands. D unp. 10686. 

See Bennett, Rebecca Maria. 
Swamp secret D unp. 10548. See 

Bennett, Rebecca Maria. 
Thunder Isle. D unp. 10549. See 

Bennett, Rebecca Maria. 

BENNOT, Edra, pseud. See Cohen, 
Edward. 

BENT on detail. D unp. 1433. See Stes- 
sin, Terenthy Trofimoff. 

THE BENT twig. D unp. 1304. See 
Lester, Elliott 

BENTLEY, Eric Russell. 
The Caucasian chalk circle. D unp. 12018. 
See Brecht, Bertolt 

BENTLEY, Maja Tschernjakow. 
The Caucasian chalk circle. D unp. 12018. 
See Brecht, Bertolt 

BENZ, Viola. 
The tale of Peter Rabbit D pub. 11134. 
See Parker, Thelma M. 

BERENICE. See Bataille, Marie Louise. 
Sixieme acte. D pub. 1825. 

BERG, ADAM WILLIAM. 
Saturday's heroes, a play in three acts. 
© Adam William Berg, New York; lc 
20Aug47; D unp. 1432. 

BERG, Joseph. 
College Inn. D unp. 11071. See Phillips, 
Ray W. 

BERGEN, Edgar John. See The Chase 
and Sanborn Program (Radio program) 

BERGER, HOWARD M. 
David Copperfield, an adaptation of the 
novel by Charles Dickens. In three acts. 
© Howard M. Berger, Yeadon, Pa.; lc 
40ct47; D unp. 1972. 

BERINGTON, OLGUTTA QUEENY. 
Personal column, a play in three acts. © 
Olguita Queeny Berington, Whitmead, 
Tilford, Surrey, Eng.; lc 25Aug47; 
D unp. 1480. 

BERLAND, Marion. See Abeson, Marion 
Berland. 

BERLAND, SYDNEY ISAAC. 

Catherine was romantic, an historical 
comedy of Catherine the Great of Russia. 
In three acts. © Sydney Isaac Berland, 
Luray, Va.; lc 26Sep47; D unp. 1729. 
New matter: revisions. Prev. reg. 
"Empress Kate," 26Mar43; D unp. 83743. 

The fish are biting, a comedy in three 
acts. © Sydney Isaac Berland, Luray, 
Va.; lc 26Sep47; D unp. 1730. New 
matter: revisions. Prev. reg. 20May43; 
D unp. 84326. 

Grand furlough, a war-play in three acts. 
© Sydney Isaac Berland, Luray, Va.; 
lc 26Sep47; D unp. 1727. New matter: 
revisions. Prev. reg. 18Jan43; D unp. 
83043. 

Jenny and the Showman, a romantic bi- 
ographical play in three acts. © Sydney 
Isaac Berland, Luray, Va.; lc 26Sep47; 
D unp. 1728. 

Snake in the woods, a play In three acts. 
© Sydney Isaac Berland, Luray, Va.; lc 
150ct47;D unp. 1989. 






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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTKIKS 



BERMANN, WILHELM EMANUEL. 
It happened In Sweden, a drama In four 
acts. Illus. © Wllhelm E. Bermann, 
Chicago; lc 8Dec47; D imp. 11879. 

BERNARD- LUC, Jean, pseud. See 
Boudousse, Luclen. 

BERNAUER, Rudolf. 
The bird-seller. D unp. 1991. See 
Melford, Austin. 

BERNSTEIN, INA JOAN. 
Airborne symphony. Screen adaptation 
of "The airborne," by Marc Blltzsteln. 
© Ina loan Bernstein, Brooklyn; lc 
27Jun47; D unp. 1673. 

BERRY Brooks story. D unp. 1814. See 
Th'e Adventurers' Club, Oct. 4, 1947^ 

BERRYMAN, MARION GRAHAM. 
Annie Mehlt and the adventure of the 
caterpillar, by Marlon Graham. Radio 
script, no. 1. 3 Marlon Graham Berry- 
man, Marian Pearlson Rlchman, Los 
Angeles; lc 16Jul47; D unp. 9876. 

BERTON, Max. 
Olympla Heights. D unp. 11889. See 
Mosner, Marianne. 

BE SOYA N, RICHARD VAUGHN. 
Foot-loose and fancy, a musical play 
based on William Gilbert's libretto of 
"Patience," and using Arthur Sullivan's 
original score. New version and con- 
cept form by Richard Besoyan. In two 
acts. Text only. © Richard Besoyan, 
Alameda, Calif.; lc 17Jul47; D unp. 
9873. 

BEST, CHARLES MONROE. 
Doctor Ciardi, a play in three acts. © 

Charles M. Best, Jr., Berkeley, Calif.; 

lc 18Aug47; D unp. 1392. 
John's following, a comedy in three acts. 

© Charles M. Best, Jr., Berkeley, 

Calif.; lc 30jun47; D unp. 9671. 

THE BEST location in the nation. C 1899. 
See Time, inc. 

THE BEST of care. D unp. 11786. See 
Plaut, Emny. 

THE BEST teacher. D pub. 11104. See 
Huber, Louis Joseph. 

BE STER, Alfred. See Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

BETHEL, Howard L. See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 37. C 19707 - 

BETHUNE, Ivy. 
A veil for Philomena. D unp. 11863. See 
Porter, Joan Andre. 

BETTER half. D unp. 1937. See Robinson, 
Anne Durrum. 

BETTERTON, FRANK. 
A journey through eternity, an address. 
27 leaves. © Frank Betterton, Irvington, 
N. J.; lc 18Nov47; C 1900. 

BETTI, UGO. 
II vento notturno; dramma in tre artl. 
(In II dramma, anno 22, no. 19-20, 
Torino, 1946. 25cm. p. 57-81) © Ugo 
Bettl, Rome; 15Sep46; D pub. 1440. 

BETTINA Julian. D unp. 11167. See Red- 
llch, Darby St John. 

BEULAH'S hula. C 1935. See Rhoads, 
William. 



BEYOND the call of duty. D unp. 10791. 
See Hammons, Roy Herman. 



BEYOND the shores. D unp. 11959. See 
Rldeout, Ransom. 



BEYOND the west. D pub. 11804. See 
Rldeout, Ransom. 



BIBESCO Antoine, prince. See Bibescu, 
Anton, principe. 

BIBESCU, ANTON, principe. 

Anne, ma soeurAnne; piece en quatre 
actes. © Prince Antoine Bibesco, 
Paris; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 1997. 

BaptSme d'£toile; ou, L'etolle sans nom. 
Piece en trois actes. © Antoine 
Bibesco, Paris; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 
11005. 

The star without a name; or, The chris- 
tening of a star. A comedy in three 
acts, by A. Bibesco. © Antoine 
Bibesco, Paris; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 
11000. 

BIBLE in the window. D unp. 11473. 
See Dr. Christian, no. 465. 

BIDDLE, EARL VERNON. 
The Crooner's Club. Radio script © 
Earl Vernon Biddle, Hollywood; lc 
270ct47; D unp. 11312. 

BIDDLE, KATHERINE GARRISON CHAPIN. 
Sojourner truth, a play in two acts, by 
Katherine Garrison Chapin. © Kather- 
ine Garrison Chapin Biddle, Washington; 
lc 2Aug47; D unp. 1266. 

BIG-car quality. C 1773. See Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE BIG help. D pub. 11117. See Kerr, 
Jean. 

BIG man. D unp. 11406. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2300-1525. 

BIG moment D pub. 11229. See Holland, 
Norman. 

THE BIG mouth. D unp. 11398. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2292-1517. 

THE BIG steal. D unp. 10962. See Stan- 
ton, Samuel J. 

BIGGER & better. D unp. 11538. See 
Lumb, Geoffrey. Horace. 

BIKINI 0900. D pub. 11099. See Leon, 
Felix. 

EL BILLETE del Millon. D unp. 11497. 
See Agramonte, Angelina Primelles. 

BILLINGS, ANDREW ELLSWORTH. 
Elmer Titus, a comedy. In three acts. 
© Andrew Billings, New York; lc 
19Nov47; D unp. 11603. New matter: 
revisions. Prev. reg. 24Aug46; D unp. 
4699. 

BILLY Budd, foretopman. See 
Coxe, Louis Osborne. Uniform of flesh. 
D unp. 1936. 

BILOWIT, IRA JACOB. 
The poll taker. A play In one act © 

Ira Jacob Bilowit, New York; lc 7Jul47; 

D unp. 9771. 
Two people meet on a train. A play In 

one scene. © Ira Jacob Bilowit, New 

York; lc 7Jul47; D unp. 9772. 



BIMBO, the clown. D unp. 9760. See 
Rogers, Virginia Browder. 

BINGHAM, MADELEINE. 
Mr. Balbus, a comedy In three acts, by 
Madeleine Bingham and Howard New- 
man. New version of play, "The man 
from the ministry." O Howard New- 
man, Brooklyn; Madeleine Bingham, 
London; lc 30ct47; D unp. 1974. 

BlOW, Richard M. See Exploring the 
Unknown (Radio program) 

BIRCHFELD' LESLIE EMMETT, 
Retribution, a thirty-minute radio play. 

© Leslie E. Birchfield, Memphis; lc 

lDec47; D unp. 11821. 
The story of G.C.A.; fifteen- minute 

radio play. © Leslie E. Birchfield, 

Memphis; lc 28Nov47; D unp. 11787. 

THE BIRD in the bush. D unp. 1617. See 
Leonard, Martia. 

THE BIRD-seller. D unp. 1991. See 
Melford, Austin. 

BIRDS and blood. See Weathers, Winston. 
Adventures in radio. D pub. 10989. 

A BIRTH has been arranged. D unp. 
11361. See Pedelty, Donovan. 

BISBEE's swamp. D unp. 1416. See 
Kreitsek, Howard Bernard. 

BISHOP, JONATHAN RAYMOND. 
Public futilities. Radio script § Jona- 
than Raymond Bishop, Culver City, 
Calif.; lc 6Aug47; D unp. 1308. 

BISHOP, MARGARET YOUNG. 
The stone of wisdom. A play. 5 leaves. 
© Margaret Young Bishop, Norwalk, 
Ohio; lc HJul47; D unp. 9827. 

BISHOP, STUART. 

For all eternity, a fantasy in one act 
Boston [1947]. 24 p. 19cm. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co., 
Boston; 21Jul47; D pub. 10603. 

BISSINGER, Paul A. 
Saints abroad. D unp. 10851. See 
Glikbarg, A. S. 

BISSON, ANDRE. 
Ma cousine des Halles, comedie en trois 
actes. Par Andre Bisson et Edge 
Tremois. S Andre Bisson, Versailles, 
France; Edge Tremois, Paris; lc 
12Nov47; D unp. 11493. 

THE BITTER fight D unp. 12046. See 
Pick, Gerard. 

BITTER fruit D pub. 11255. See Wick- 
steed, Kitty. 

THE BITTER land. D unp. 1927. See 
Taylor, Hall Charles. 

BDCBY, Carl. See Life Can Be Beautiful 
(Radio program) 

BIZMAN, Irving E. 
The story of Toy Village. D unp. 11632. 
See Marvin, Julie. 

BLACK, THOMAS E. H. 
Margaret Emerson, a play by Macklym 
Hartyl [pseud.] In three acts. 
Thomas E. H. Black, Detroit; lc 160ct47; 
D unp. 11009. 

BLACK and white. D unp. 1920. See 
Folgner, Arthur Maxwell. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE BLACK cabinet. D pub. 11230. 
See Feist, Aubrey. 

THE BLACK curtain. D unp. 10869. See 
The Sheriff, no. 148. 

THE BLACK lamb. D unp. 10698. See 
The Lone Ranger, No. 2274-1499. 

BLACK powder. D unp. 11783. See 
Weldon, Nathaniel Warren. 

BLACK wedding candles. D unp. 10527. 
See Moase, George Hewitt. 

BLACKMAN, Mrs. Alan. See Blackman, 
Ruth Howard. 

BLACKMAN, RUTH HOWARD. 
Time makes a pattern, by Ruth E. How- 
ard. Episodes 1, 2. © Ruth Howard 
Blackman. New York; 1c each 30jul47; 
D unp. 1513, 1512. 

BLACKMORE, MADELINE. 
Pamela, a .dramatization of Samuel 
Richardson's novel, "Pamela, or, 
Virtue rewarded." In three acts. © 
Madeline Blackmore, Los Angeles; lc 
HSep47; D unp. 11060. 

BLAINE, Barbara. See Holmes, Alice M. 

BLAKE, Walter, pseud. See Braun, Wilbur. 

BLAKE, WILLIAM DORSEY. 
The Eden Room, a play in six scenes. © 
William Dorsey Blake, Big Bear City, 
Calif.; lc lAug47; D unp. 1251. 

BLANEY, CECIL SPOONER. 
The belle of Cripple Creek. D unp. 9763. 

See Corless, Brenda. 
The detective and the girl. D unp. 9764. 

See Blaney, Charles E. 
The girl from Goldfield. D unp. 9765. 

See Corless, Brenda. 
Three crooks and Molly, taken from the 

story, "Trailing with Molly." A play 

in three acts. © Cecil Spooner Blaney, 

New Canaan, Conn.; lc ljul47; D unp. 

9762. 

BLANEY, CHARLES E. 
The detective and the girl. A play in four 
acts. © Cecil Spooner Blaney, New 
Canaan, Conn.; lc ljul47; D unp. 9764. 

BLAU, HERBERT. 

A prayer in Galilee, a play in one act. 
© Herbert Blau, Brooklyn; lc 15Dec47; 
D unp. 11947. 

What rhymes with Harriet? or, Surprise 
package. A comedy in one act, © Herb- 
ert Blau, Brooklyn; lc 15Dec47; D unp. 
11948. 

BLESSED among women. D unp. 11920. 
See The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 46. 

BLITZSTEIN, Marc. The airborne. See 
Bernstein, Ina Joan. Airborne symphony. 
D unp. 1673. 

B LODGE TT, ROBERT NELSON. 
The Lady Rebecca, an historical drama in 
three acts and a prologue. © Robert N. 
Blodgett, Astoria, N. Y.; lc 60ct47; 
D unp. 1815. 

THE BLONDE tigress. D unp. 1983. See 
McDougal, Violet 

BLOOD and wine. D unp. 10704. See 
Uptcher, Estelle. 

BLOOD brother. D unp. 11392. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2286-1511. 



BLUE acres. C 1867. See Thompson, 
James Scott 

THE BLUE castle. D unp. 10508. See 
Behrman, Chester Theodore Karl. 

THE BLUE-eyed cat D unp. 1418. See 
Gavlin, Harvey. 

THE BLUE jeans girl. D pub. 11103. 
See MacDonald, Dora Mary. 

BLUEBEARD. D unp. 9882. See Mack, Nila. 

BLUM, ROBERT. 
Dronie, a [three act] drama of bee life. 
Tel Aviv, Yavneh Pub. Co. [1947]. 89 p. 
18cm. © Robert Blum, Givatayim, 
Palestine; ljul47; D pub. 10652. 

BOARD of Parish Education, The Evangeli- 
cal Lutheran Church. See Evangelical 
Lutheran Church. Board of Parish Educa- 
tion. 



THE BOARDER. D unp. 1591. 
Burke, Edwurd Nicholas. 



See 



BOB Becker story. D unp. 11945. See 
The Adventurers' Club, Dec. 13, TWl. 

BOB Childs story. D unp. 9871. See The 
Adventurers' Club, July 26, 1947. 

BOB Lorenz story. D unp. 12077. See 
The Adventurers' Club, Dec. 22, I'M?. 

BOBBY Brown and his dog Spot C 1879. 
See Abelove, Leo D. 

BOBO'S friends. D unp. 11921. See Buff- 
ler, Esther Rogers. 

BOCH, OSCAR A. 
Society for Survival, by Oscar A. Boch 
and William Roy Ewing. Address. © 
Society for Survival, Baldwin, N. Y.; 
lc 14jun47; C 1570. 

BOCK, Jerry Lewis. 
Skookum. D unp. 1844, 11855. See Pol- 
lard, David. 

BODEL, BURMAN W. 
The cock must crow. A play in three 
acts. © Burman W. Bodel, Janesville, 
Wis.; lc 70ct47; D unp. 1828. 

BODO, John R. See Sermon of the Week, 
no. 36. C 196£ 

BOE, Leonard Clifford. 
Johnny goes to college. D unp. 1225. See 
Stavig, Richard Thorson. 

BOGHOSIAN, Alice. 
Darosa Tzezee. D unp. 9748. See 
'Danielian, Leo. 

BOLD lover. D pub. 11705. See Phipps, 
Nicholas. 

BOLKE, Dayton Allen. See Allen, Dayton. 

BOLTON, Guy. 
Crosstown. D unp. 11194. See Car ring- 
ton, Elaine. 

BONANZA. See 
Jarvin, George Alexander. D unp. 11874. 
Robbins, David. D unp. 11423. 

BONITTO, Charles De. See De Bonitto, 
Charles. 

BONK, Angela. 
The toy shop. D pub. 11133. See Landon, 
Lucille. 



BONNEAU, LEONARD NELSON. 
Lovers Lane, a farce comedy in two acts, 
by Lennie Nelson [pseud.] Includes song 
entitled "The piano tuner was drunk." 
© Leonard Nelson Bonneau, Brooklyn; 
lc 9Jun47; D unp. 9715. 

THE BOOBYTRAP. D unp. 10526. See 
Rodgers, Helen C. Ingham. 

BOOK larnin'. D unp. 11686. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2316-1541. 

THE BOOK of Forever. D unp. 9749. See 
Robb, Major William. 

BOOSEY and Company, ltd. 
The bartered bride. D pub. 11492. See 
Sabina, Karel. 

BORDER State. D unp. 10568. See 
Murray, Jesse George. 

THE "BORED" in action. D unp. 9799. 
See Wagner, Kathryn M. 

BORETZ, Freda. See Oelbaum, Freda 
Boretz. 

BOSTICK, JACK. 
Companion piece, a play in three acts. 
© Jack Bostick, New York; lc 13Aug47; 
D unp. 1349. 

BOSWELL'S Book Store. D unp. 11437. 
See Briggs, Peter. 

BOTTLE party. D unp. 12052. See Baxt, 
George Leonard. 

BOUDOUSSE, LUCIE N. 
L'amour vient en jouant, comedie en 
trois actes de J. Bernard-Luc [pseud.] 
© Jean Bernard-Luc, Paris; lc 22Sep47; 
D unp. 11184. 

BOUQUET of flowers. D unp. 1415. See 
Smith, Vontina Von Tenner. 

BOURBOUROCHE. See Bataille, Marie 
Louise. Sixieme acte. D pub. 1825. 

BOUSMAN, Gary. See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 19. C USB. 

BOVIO, Libero. 
Signorinella. See Palma, Gennaro de. 
Don Cesare. 

BOWER, B. M., pseud. See Sinclair, 
Bertha (Muzzy) 

BOWMAN, AMOS ALVIN. 
Curiosity and the cat, a comedy in one 
act © Amos Alvin Bowman. Hayward, 
Calif.; lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11652. 

BOWMAN, John K. 
Dance and be merry. D unp. 1356. See 

Curtiss, Mary E. 
Snowball. D unp. 1355. See Curtiss, 
Mary E. 

BOX office. D unp. 1311. See Sacks, 
Harriet 

BOX social. D unp. 1241. See Duncan, 
James Sherrill. 

BOX-TOP circus. See La Pearl, Roy. 
Roy La Pearl's Box-top circus. D unp. 
11999. 

THE BOY from Texas. D unp. 11470. See 
Dr. Christian, no. 462. 

BOY wanted. D pub. 11310. See Roos, 
William. 



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CATALOG OF COP1 RIGHT ENTRIES 



BOY! Wh.it a girll D unp. 11745. See 
Herald Pictures, Inc. 



BOYS about Bobbette. 
Johnson, Albert. 



D pub. 10738. Set 



BOZO of the Big Top. D unp, 10852-10854. 
See Davies, Donald MacNeill. 

BRAASCH, WILLIAM KARL. 
The basic principles of retail merchan- 
dising, a lecture. William Karl 
Braasch, Evanston, 111.; lc 25Nov47- 
C 1928. 

BRACKEN Productions, Inc. 
The new Eddie Bracken show. D unp. 
12044. See Phillips, Arthur. 

THE BRADLOCK chest. D unp. 11332. 
See Reader's Digest — Radio Edition, 
no. 85. 

BRADY, PHILIP GORDON. 

The magic bell, a Christmas story for 
children, by Philip G. Brady and San- 
ford Spillman. Radio script. © Philip 
Gordon Brady, Sanford Spillman, San 
Francisco; lc 18Aug47; D unp. 1387. 

Man in the White House series. D unp. 
1424. See Spillman, Sanford. 

A stroll through San Francisco. D unp. 
9832. See Spillman, Sanford. 

Today in history, Aug. 4, 1735. (Day by 
day series) Radio script by Philip 
Gordon Brady and Sanford Spillman. 
D Philip Gordon Brady, Sanford Spill- 
man, San Francisco; lc 18Aug47- D unp 
1390. 

Wired newscasts, a production of the 
Radio Production Bureau, by Philip G. 
Brady and Sanford Spillman. © Philip 
Gordon Brady, Sanford Spillman, San 
Francisco; lc 4Aug47; D unp. 1258. 

BRAINS and eggs. D unp. 10911. See 
Crain, William Henry. 

BRAND, OTTO. 
Denn sie wissen nicht was sie tun. Fiinf 

Szenen. © Otto Brand, New York- lc 

26Nov47; D unp. 11793. 
Hadamar, a play in a prologue and three 

acts. © Otto Brand, New York- lc 

21Jul47; D unp. 9940. 
Hadamar, Schauspiel in einem Vorspiel 

und drei Akten. © Otto Brand, New 

York; 5Feb47; D pub. 10592. 
The last ceremony, a play in three acts. 
Otto Brand, New York; lc 26Nov47- 

D unp. 11795. 
Die letzte Zeremonie, Spiel in drei 

Akten. © Otto Brand, New York; lc 

26Nov47; D unp. 11794. 
Witnesses wanted, a play in one prologue 

and five scenes. © Otto Brand, New 

York; lc 2Aug47; D unp. 1263. 
Zeugen gesucht, Kriminalstiick in einem 

Vorspiel und fiinf Szenen. © Otto Brand, 

New York; lc 29Jul47; D unp. 9996. 

BRANDT, Alfred L. 
Discord. D unp. 9676. See Barron, 
Abe B. 

BRANNER, JOHN EDWARD. 
The field equation for the stable hydrogen 
atom. An address. © John Edward Bran- 
ner, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; lc 26Sep47- 
C 1872. 

BRASH, SALLY MILLER. 
If books could talk. [A play in three 
scenes]. New York. National Jewish Wel- 
fare Board, 1947. 20 p. 22cm. © 
Jewish Book Council of America, New 
York; 22May47; D pub. 9746. 



BRA UN, CHARLES RUDOLF. 
What price love, an adventure play in 
five acts with famous songs and dances 
Text only. > Charles Rudolf Braun, 
Union City, N. J.; 10Sep47; D pub. 1740. 

BRAUN, Gilbert. See 
The Adventures 67~Frank Merriwell 
(Radio program) 

BRAUN, Ruth. See 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell (Radio 
program) 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 
Auralia Bridge from Hemlock Ridge, a 
modern comedy in three acts, by Bert 
Stoner [pseud. J New York, S. French, 
1947. 112 p. 19cm. © Samuel French, 
New York; 10jul47; D pub. 9955. 
Bashful Bertie, a bright new comedy in 
three acts, by Fred Caldwell [pseud. 1 
New York, S. French, c 1947. 107 p. 
19cm. © Samuel French, New York- 
30jul47; D pub. 1806. 
The foolproof murder, a mirth-filled 
mystery comedy in three acts, by Walter 
Blake [pseud.] New York, S. French 
[19471. 115 p. 19cm. © Samuel French, 
New York; 29Apr47; D pub. 9964. 
He done her wrong; or, Wedded but no 
wife! An old-fashioned melodrama in 
one act by Anita Bell [pseud.] New 
York, London, S. French, 1947. 42 p. 
19cm. © Samuel French, New York, 
6Jun47; D pub. 9963. 
The house nobody lived in, a thrilling 
mystery-comedy in three acts, by 
Raymond Dumkey [pseud. ] New York , 
S. French [1947]. 113 p. 19cm. © 
Samuel French, New York; 19Sep47- 
D pub. 11797. 
Suddenly it was May! A refreshing 
comedy of college life in three acts, by 
Bonita Barkley [pseud.] New York, S. 
French [19471. 108 p. 19cm. ©Samuel 
French, New York; 30Jul47; D pub. 1803. 
This girl business, an exciting new 
comedy in three acts, by Orvill Snapp 
[pseud.] New York, S. French [1947]. 
107 p. 19cm. © Samuel French, New 
York; 30Jul47; D pub. 1805. 
While wifey's away, a high-spirited 
farce in three acts, by Hope Bristow 
[pseud.] New York, S. French [1947]. 
109 p. 19cm. 3 Samuel French, New 
York; 26Apr47; D pub. 9965. 

THE BRAVE and the free. See 
Rosen, Norman. Fight for freedom of 

the press. D unp. 11776. 
Wayne, Milton. Child of light. D unp. 
11775. 

THE BRAVE little tailor. D unp. 9879. 
See Mack, Nila. 

THE BRAZILIAN Pompadour. D unp. 
11726. See MacDonald, Alice Elizabeth. 

BREAD mold. D unp. 10524. See Thomas, 
Carlson R. 

BREAK it up. D unp. 1741. See Peck, 
Charles Karl. 

BREAKFAST in the Blue Ridge. C 1956. 
See Stilwill, John H. 

BRECHER, Irving. See The Life of Riley 
(Radio program) 

BRECHT, BERTOLT. 
The Caucasian chalk circle, by Bertolt 
Brecht; English version by Eric and 
Maja Bentley. A play in four acts. © 
Eric Russell Bentley, Minneapolis; lc 
19Dec47; D unp. 12018. 



BREEZY, the bee, and the laws of aero- 
dynamlcs. D unp. 11336. See Here's 
Heldy, Oct 5, 1947. 

BRENNER, Mrs. C. R. 
Indictment, a one-act play. Mrs. 
C. R. Brenner, Newcastle, Pa.; lc 
HSe|>47; D unp. 1588. 

BRENTANO, FELDX. 
Learn to dance; or, Shall we dance, 
SeRorita. Film script. Riethof Pro- 
ductions, inc., New York; lc 24Jul47; 
U unp. 10564. 

BRENTANO, MARY THERESA, sister. 
The sign folk. Part one. Screen play. 
Sist'.r Mary Theresa Brentano, 
Atchison, Kan.; lc HAug47; D unp. 
1329. 

BRESLIN, Howard. See Lawyer Tucker 
(Radio program) 

BRESSOUD, ROBERT CHARLES. 
Falling star, a play. In three acts. 
Robert Charles Bressoud, Bloomfield, 
N. J.; lc 15Aug47; D unp. 1373. 

BREVDA, MOSES. 
Heroes, old and new; a Chanukah playlet 
in three acts. New York, Bloch Pub. 
Co., 1947. 8 leaves. © Moses Brevda, 
Brooklyn; 10Oct47; D pub. 11972. 

BREWSTER, Ann. 
Olympia Heights. D unp. 11889. See 
Mosner, Marianne. 

THE BRIDE. See Sutherland. Donald. 
Pieces of silver. D pub. 11149. 

THE BRIDE of the feathered serpent 
D unp. 9868. See Carpenter, Marjorie 
E. 

THE BRIDGE. D unp. 10879. See Busch- 
len, John Preston. 

BRIDGE regards, no. 2. C 1661. See 
Stock, Neva Mae. 

BRIDGMAN, MARGARET. 
Magnolia preferred, a musical play of 
the Southland, based upon the musical 
comedy "Hold your wish", by Irys 
Vorel [pseud.] Adaptation by Alonzo 
Price, music Dy Emil Maxwell Gersten- 
berger. Text only. 2 Margaret Bridg- 
man (Irys Vorel), Canadensis, Pa.; 
lc 24Jun47; D unp. 9941. New matter: 
revisions. 

BRIGGS, PETER. 
Boswell's Book Store. By Peter Briggs 
and Wentzle Ruml, III. Audition script 
© Peter Briggs, New York; lc 13Nov47; 
D unp. 11437. 

BRIGHOUSE, HAROLD. 
Apprehensions, a play in one act by Mik- 
hail Aklom [pseud.] London [1947]. 
20 p. 19cm. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1407) S Samuel French, ltd., 
London; 25Apr47; D pub. 9982. 

BRIGHT visage. D unp. 11718. See Zenner, 
Catherine Mary. 

BRINCKERHOFF, ELBERT VERMILYE. 

Gateway- to the world, a lecture, f 
Brinckerhoff & Varley (Elbert Vermilye 
Brinckerhoff, Robert Francis Varley), 
New Orleans; lc 21Aug47; C 1695. 

Louisiana speaks. A lecture. E Elbert 
Vermilye Brinckerhoff, Robert Francis 
Varley, New Orleans; lc 270ct47; C 1849. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BRING them back alive. C 1548. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BRISTER, SILAS WALTON. 
Music memories; high lights of Negro 
freedom in America memoralized in 
song. c 1947. 7 p. 22cm. A Negro 
folk opera in two acts. Text only. © 
Silas Walton Brister, Sr., Monrovia, 
Calif.; 8Mar47; D pub. 1686. 

BRISTOW, Hope, pseud. See Braun, 
Wilbur. 

BROAD minded. D unp. 12051. See 
Arnold, Stanley N. 

BROADWAY. D unp. 1746. See Thomp- 
son, Kay. 

BROADWAY plays and players. C 1869. 
See Spencer, George L. 

BROIDY, ELI. 
Leave it to love, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Eli 
Broidy, music by Marie Moser. Text 
only. © Eli Broidy, New York; lc 
290ct47; D unp. 11615. 

BRONNER, EDWIN M. 
The room in the shadows, a play in two 
acts. © Edwin M. Bronner, New York; 
lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10850. 

BROOKLYN Law School. 
Orientation lectures. See Carswell, 
William Brown. 

BROOKS, Walter. 
Youth is stranger than fiction. See 
Goldsmith, Clifford. Try it on for 
size. D unp. 10972. 

BROTHER Betty. D pub. 11303. See 
Provence, Jean. 

BROTT, LOU. 
The man behind the band; quarter hour 
broadcast. © Lou Brott Washington; 
lc 280ct47; D unp. 11581. 

B ROWER, ALBERT. 
The genius, a musical farce in two acts, 
by Albert Brower and Jane Harkrider. 
Text only. © Jane Elizabeth Harkrider, 
Austin. Tex.; Albert Brower, Houston, 
Tex.; lc lAug47; D unp. 1253. 

BROWN, DAVID. 

Let's take a look, by Dave Brown and 
Verne Jay. Radio script no. 23, Dec. 10, 
1947. © Crosley Broadcasting Corp., 
Cincinnati; lc 5Dec47; D unp. 11966. 

Melody revue, by Dave Brown. Radio 
script, Sept. 3, 1947. © Crosley Broad- 
casting Corp., Cincinnati; lc 5Sep47; 

C 1712. 

Pleasure cruise, by Dave Brown. Radio 
script, June 21, 1947. © Crosley Broad- 
casting Corp., Cincinnati; lc 3Jul47; 
C 1527. 

A Saturday night date, by Dave Brown. 
Script no. 1, Oct. 4, 1947. © Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp., Cincinnati; lc 
80ct47; C 1728. 

Your birthday man; script no. 1, by Dave 
Brown. © Crosley Broadcasting Corp., 
Cincinnati; lc 3Jul47; C 1529. 

BROWN, JOHN. TT ... 

Postal inspector; the story of the United 
States postal inspection service. A radio 
program series. © John Brown, Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; lc 120ct47; D unp. 1905. 

BROWN, MARIE ISELIN. 
A lions a Paris. French lessons for radio, 



no. 1. © Marie Iselin Brown, New 
York; lc 150ct47; C 1886. 

BROWN, WILLIAM DRAHAM 
Men from nowhere, by v/illiam D. Brown 
and John Rustad, based on the novel by 
Jean Malaquais. Film script. © Wil- 
liam Draham Brown, John Rustad, 
Seattle; lc 16Aug47; D unp. 1385. 

BROWNE, HUGH FRANCIS. 
Consider the lilies, a comedy in three 
acts. © Hugh F. Browne, Kathryn V. 
Browne, Brooklyn; lc 5Aug47; D unp. 
1271. 



BROWNE, Kathryn V. 
Consider the lilies. D unp. 1271. 
Browne, Hugh Francis. 



See 



BROWNING, Robert. 
The Pied Piper of Hamelin. D pub. 1575. 
See Miller, Madge. 

BRUCE, Anthony, pseud. See Scanlan, 
Edward Francis. 

BRUCE Thomas story. D unp. 11822. See 
The Adventurers' Club, Nov. 29, 1947. 

BRUCKNER, Ferdinand, pseud. See 
Tagger, Theodore. 

BRUNETTE and Blanchette wooden dolly. 
D unp. 1549. See Wilcox, Alice Menown. 

BRUNO and Sidney. D unp. 11922. See 
Caulfield, Edward. 

THE BRUSH of illusion. D unp. 11057. 
See Gagne, Marie Dow. 

BRYANT, Elizabeth Holmes. 
Don't poop on Croop. D unp. 1270. See 
Burpee, Louise Kellam. 

BUFF, darling! D unp. 1984. See McKean, 
Millicent Hoyt. 

BUFFLER, ESTHER ROGERS. 
Bobo's friends, a primary puppet show in 
one act, two scenes. © Esther Rogers 
Buffler, Austin, Tex.; lc HDec47; D 
unp. 11921. 

BUGBEE (Willis N.) Company. 
Christmas Eve burglar. D pub. 11135. 

See Stone, James Floyd. 
Christmas in Hogan's Alley. D pub. 

11137. See Bugbee, Willis Newton. 
Here comes Uncle Dudley. D pub. 11136. 

See Bugbee, Willis Newton. 
The mysterious traveling bag. D pub. 

11301. See Goetz, Austin. 

BUGBEE, WILLIS NEWTON. 
Christmas in Hogan's Alley. [A play in 
one scene] Syracuse, N. Y., cl947. 
10 p. 19cm. (Bugbee's Christmas 
plays) © Willis N. Bugbee Co., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.; 10ct47; D pub. 11137. 
Here comes Uncle Dudley, a pantomime. 
Syracuse, N. Y., cl947. 10 p. 19cm. 
(Bugbee's Christmas plays) O Willis 
N. Bugbee Co., Syracuse, N. Y.; 60ct47; 
D pub. 11136. 

THE BUILDING of the peace. C 1700. See 
Mittleman, Leslie Bernard. 

BULLETINS from immortality, b unp. 
11770. See Knight, Elva E. 

BULLOCK, Walter. 

Casanova, u unp. 11909. See Wilbur, 
Crane. 
THE BULLY. D pub. 11807. See Diericx, 

Walter. 



BUNDLE of dreams. D unp. 11010. See 
Scanlan, Edward Francis. 

BURCHARD, HELEN LYDIA. 
A musical evening with the Bach family, 
a fantasy in one act designed for pre- 
sentation by a small or large group of 
piano students. © Helen Lydia Burch- 
ard, Arlington, Va.; lc 16Aug47; D unp. 
1388. 

BURDETTE, Charles Quimby, pseud. 
See Snook, Lee Owen. 

BURKE, EDWURD NICHOLAS. 
The boarder. A play in three acts. © 
Edwurd Nicholas Burke, New York; lc 
12Sep47; D unp. 1591. 

BURKE, JOHN uONALD. 
The origin of the family, a three-act 
play. @ John Donald Burke, Brooklyn; 
lc 26Aug47; D unp. 1504. 

BURKE TT, Lou. See Burkett, Mary Lou 
Cooke. 

BURKETT, MARY LOU COOKE. 
The Granby affair, a play in three acts, 
by Lou Burkett © Mary Lou Cooke 
Burkett, Goose Creek, Tex.; lc 19Sep47; 
D unp. 11233. New matter: revisions. 
Prev. reg. "The wig," 9Jul37; D unp. 
50700. 

BURNETT, MURRAY. 
Criminal casebook of The Society for 
the Prevention of Crime. Audition 
script by Murray Burnett and Bud Fishel. 
© Robert Maxwell Associates, New York; 
lc 8Dec47; D unp. 11975. 
I was a convict Audition script written 
by Murray Burnett and Bud Fishel. © 
Robert Maxwell Associates, New York; 
lc 190ct47; D unp. 11175. 

BURNING court. D unp. 1907. See Rey- 
nolds, Sheldon Morton. 

THE BURNING hand. D unp. 11274. See 
Sharpe, Pauline. 

BURNING Sappho. D unp. 10769. See 
Shanker, Sidney. 

BURPEE, LOUISE KELLAM. 
Don't poop on Croop, a musical comedy. 
Book and lyrics by Louise Burpee, 
Elizabeth Bryant and Mary Marty. In 
two acts. Text only. © Mary Marty, 
La Pointe, Wis.; lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1270. 

BURRELL, WINSTON. 
Fun with words and music. Show no. 1, 
Opening night Radio script © Winston 
Burrell, Mansfield, Mass.; lc 20ct47; 
C 1834. 

BUSCH, Edward. See Busch, George 
Edward. 

BUSCH, GEORGE EDWARD. 
If Santa comes, a Christmas comedy in 
three acts, by Edward Busch. ©George 
Edward Busch, Munhall, Pa.; lc 31Jul4/; 
D unp. 10609. 
The trial of atomic power. A play in one 
scene, by Edward Busch. © George,. 
Edward Busch, Munhall, Pa.; lc 8Jul47; 
D unp. 10452. 

BUSCHLEN, JOHN PRESTON. 
The bridge, a new play by Jack Preston. 
In three acts. © John Preston Buschlen 
(lack Preston), Van Nuys, Calif.; lc 
8Aug47; D unp. 10879. 

BUSS, CARL ALFRED. 
Celestia, a comedy. In three acts. <9 



138 



C VTALOC OF COPY l{ J<; II T ENTR I ES 



Carl Alfred Buss, Now York lc 
20Sei>47; D unp. 10952. 

BUT for 'he grace of God. D unp. 11568. 
See Clapp, Charles. 

BYNG, EDWARD JOHN JEFFERSON. 
A proposal. Address. Edward John 
Jefferson Byng, New York; lc 210ct47' 
C 1870. 

BYRON, PAUL. 
Could be, a comedy drama in three acts. 
Paul Byron, New York; lc 26Jul47; 
D unp. 10579. 

BYRON. D unp. 9893. See Liddel, Martin 
Napier. 

- C - 

CBS is there. See Shayon, Robert Lewis. 
Lincoln's assassination, Apr. 14, 1865. 
D unp. 1704. 

CAESAR, SED. 

Gangster number. A dramatic composi- 
tion, by Sid Caesar and Max Liebman. 
2 leaves. C Sid Caesar, Max Liebman, 
New York: lc 29Dec47; D unp. 12069. 

A guy, a gal and so forth. D unp. 11286. 
See Liebman, Max. 

Penny chewing gum machine. D unp. 
12067. See Roberts, Allan. 

Romance through the ages. A dramatic 
composition, by Sid Caesar and Max 
Liebman. 3 leaves. © Sid Caesar, 
Max Liebman, New York; lc 29Dec47; 
D unp. 12068. 

CAFE Domino II. D unp. 10662. See 
Segal, Zelick. 

CAHILL, HELENA MARTHA. 
On the last stroke of the clock, a drama 
in three acts. © Helena Martha Cahill, 
Brooklyn; lc 70ct47; D unp. 1967. 

A CAHOKIA story. D unp. 10566. See 
Murray, Jesse George. 

CAILLOL, Pierrette. See Linou, A. 

CAEN and Abel. D unp. 1790. See The 
Children's Chapel, no. 2. 

CAIRNS, DOROTHY. 
The golden apple, a play in three acts. © 
Dorothy Cairns, Lincoln, Neb.; lc 
4Sep47; D unp. 10827. 

CAIRNS, Fred I. 
Pork or people. D unp. 11724. See 
Benner, Joseph H. 

THE CAIRO case. D unp. 1326. See 
Treasury Agent, no. 15. 

CALDWELL, Fred, pseud. See Braun, 
Wilbur. 

CALHOUN, THONNIS WATSON. 
The ladder. A play in one scene. © 
Thonnis Watson Calhoun, Houston, Tex.; 
lc l5Sep47; D unp. 1594. 
Seed of the morning. A play in three acts. 
Thonnis Watson Calhoun, Houston, 
Tex.; lc 4Aug47; D unp. 1267. 



CALIBER. D unp. 1445. 
Richard Wilmer. 



See Rowan, 



CALL home the heart, u unp. 9814. See 
Dane, Clemence. 

CALL it carnival, u unp. 1689. See 
Horton, Nina Hepburn. Over the mountain. 



CALL not any man a fool. D unp. 10775. 
See The Greatest Story Ever Told, 
no. 31. 

CALL THE POLICE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. Lever Brothers Co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

9. July 29, 1947. The case of the scarred 
cadaver, by Peter Barn'. lc 9Aug47; 
D unp. 10684. 

CALLAGHAN, REITA LAMBi.K . 
Not the type. A play in three acl . 
Reita Lambert, New York; lc l5Aug<7; 

D unp. 1403. 

CALLENDER, ROGCR HA UGH. 
Stars permitting, a play In one .ict. 
Roger Haugh Callender, Chicago; lc 
130ct47; D unp. 1904. 

CALLING All Girls, inc. See Calling All 
Girls Club. (Radio program) 

CALLING ALL GIRLS CLUB (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by L. Kermit 
Lyons. © Calling All Girls, inc., New 
York. 

Christmas show, 1947. © lc 8Dec47; 

D unp. 11990. 
172-180. © lc each 28Aug47; D unp. 

10781-10789. 
181-193. vj lc each 8Dec47; D unp. 

11977-11989. 
Special show. © lc 28Aug47; D uno. 

10790. 

CALLING all poets. D unp. 11564. See 
Capelle, Oliver B. 

CALLING all prospects. C 1918. See 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE CALLING of Matthew. D unp. 10830. 
See The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 
~32. 

CAMARAT, Victor, pseud. See Chabrier, 
Victor. 

CAMBIAMENTO d'aria. D unp. 1441. See 
Paterno, Giuseppe. 



CAME the brawn. D unp. 1C663. 
Marceau, William Theodore. 



See 



CAMERON, LESLIE GEORGIANA. 
The madrigal, a play in three acts, by 
Ann George Leslie [pseud. J © Leslie 
Georgiana Cameron, Ann Arbor, Mich, 
lc 31Jul47; D unp. 10606. 

CAMILLE. See 
Allan, Andrew. D unp. 10925. 
Dumas, Alexandre. D unp. 11256. 

THE CAMLIN idiot D unp. 11589. See 
Rosen, Isidore. 

CAMPAIGN summer. D unp. 1933. See 
Jensen, Eileen Stith. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDERINA MURRAY. 

Scots abroad, by Ina Murray [pseud.] A 

play in three acts. Alexanderina 

Murray Campbell, Port Washington, 

N. Y.; lc 28Aug47; D unp. 1511. 

CAMPBELL, ISA BELLE BERTINA. 
Aunt Susan; comedy In three acts. 

elle L). Campbell. Oak Park, III.; 
lc 13Jul47; D unp. 9852. 

CAN you darn socks? ^ unp. 1295. See 
Gwln, Julia. 



CANCER cell mass-energy relativity 
equation. C 1904. See Saslaw, Otto. 

CANDEE, MARJORIi. Dl NT. 
Sea fever, a comedy In three acts. © 
Marjorie Dent Candee, New York; lc 
lju!47; D imp. 10410. 

A CANDLE burns tonight. See Weathers, 
Winston. Adventures in radio. D pub. 
10989. 



CANDLE of faith. 
Foster, Lillian. 



1049L. See 



CANuY goes on a diet. D pub. 1 
See Fisher, Mai 

CANTOR, ELI. 
Rooftop, a play in three acts. Eli 
Cantor, New York; lc 25Se|>47; D unp. 
1707. 

CANTOR, HAROLD. 
Cosmopolitan. A play in one scene. 8 
Harold Cantor, New York; lc 7Jul47; 
D unp. 9770. 

THE CANVASSER. D unp. 1808. See 
Sootin, Harry. 

CAPELLE, OLIVER B. 
Calling all poets; audition script. © 

Oliver B. Capelle, Elkhart, Ind.; lc 

4Nov47; D unp. 11564. 
Queenie Russell time; December audition. 

Radio script. © Oliver B. Capelle, 

Elkhart, Ind.; lc 16Dec47; D unp. 11961. 

CAPLIN, ABEL MICHAEL. 
Comes the hour, a play in three acts, by 
Abel Michael Caplin and Beatrice Cap- 
lin. © Abel Michael Caplin, Beatrice 
Caplin, University City, Mo.; lc 24Sep47; 
D unp. 1777. 

CAPLIN, Beatrice. 
Comes the hour. D unp. 1777. See 
Caplin, Abel Michael. 

CAPTAIN Columbus, u unp. 11877. See 
Phillips, Randolph Godfrey. 

THE CAPTAIN'S code. D unp. 10813. See 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 40. 

CAREFREE washing, the Frigidaire auto- 
matic way. C 1608. See Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

CARGILL, ALFRED SEYMOUR. 
Telephone dividend contest. Radio script 
Alfred Seymour Cargill, d.b.a. Uni- 
versal Advertising Service, New York; 
lc 10Sep47; C 1857. 

LES CARIGNANS. D unp. 11217. See 
Charness, Gerald Stephen. 

CARISCH, s. a., Milan. 
Nina. D pub. 1462. See Paisiello, 

Giovanni. 
II trionfo dell'onore. D pub. 1461. See 
Scarlatti, Alessandro. 

CARLISLE, Rilla, pseud. See Martens, 
Anne Coulter. 

CARLSSON, RUTH ETHEL. 
Dollars to doughnuts, a quiz show, origi- 
nated by Betty- Lawrence [pseud.] Radio 
script. - Ruth E. Carlsson, ,/orcester, 
Mass.; lc 4uec47; D unp. 11853. 
Stake your claim, an original quiz show, 
by Betty Lawrence [pseud.] Radio script. 

Ruth E. Carlsson, Worcester, Mass.; 
lc 4Dec47; l, unp. 11854. 



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CARLTON, SAM. 
The antics of five little Perimonks. 
D unp. 10737. See Pike, Mildred 
Avenelle. 

CARMI, AVNER. 
The Siena piano-forte, screen story 
based mainly on actual fact, by Avner 
Carmi with the cooperation of Ephraim 
Davidson; translated from the Hebrew 
by Sylvia Satten. 26 p. illus. 17cm. 
[19471. © Avner Carmi, Tel-Aviv, 
Palestine; 24May47; D pub. 11992. 

LE CARNA VAL des spectres. D unp. 
11211. See uekobra, Maurice. 

CARNO, Lee, pseud. See Weiner, Leone 
Carnot. 

CARPENTER, ANN MARIE. 
Solo from memory; program 1. Radio 
script. © Ann Marie Carpenter, 
Portland, Or.; lc 130ct47; D unp. 11450. 

CARPENTER, MARJORE E. 
The bride of the feathered serpent. Radio 
script. © Marjorie E. Carpenter, 
Allentown, Pa.; lc 15Jul47; D unp. 9868. 

CARRIAGES at twelve. D pub. 9842. See 
Janes, H. Hurford. 

CARRIE of the carnival. D pub. 9838. See 
Shuart, Ellen M. 

CARRINGTON, ELAINE. 

Crosstown, a story told with music by 
Elaine Car rington and Guy Bolton. In 
two acts. Text only. © Guy Bolton. 
New York; lc 250ct47; D unp. 11194. 

Life goes crosstown, a story told with 
music. In two acts. Text only. © 
Elaine Carrington, New York; lc 
90ct47; D unp. 1837. 

CARRINGTON, OTIS M. 
The Shepherd's Christmas. Christmas 
operetta in three scenes, especially 
written for schools. c 1947. 31 p. 
27cm. © Otis M. Carrington, Redwood 
City, Calif.; 22Aug47; D pub. 1550. ' 

CARROLL, Lewis, pseud. See Dodgson, 
Charles Lutwidge. 

CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. 

Beauty is fled [a play in one act] by Paul 
Vincent Carroll; music by Guy Robertson. 
London [1947]. 31 p. music. 19cm. 
(French s plays for juvenile performers, 
no. 60) O Paul Vincent Carroll, London; 
23jun47; D pub. 9987. 

Maker of roads [a play in one act] This 
little play is based broadly on the martyr- 
dom of St. Alban. London [1947]. 24 p. 
19cm. (French's plays for juvenile per- 
formers, no. 62) © Paul Vincent Carroll, 
London; 25Apr47; D pub. 9978. 

Weep for tomorrow, a drama in three acts. 
© Paul Vincent Carroll, Bromley, Kent, 
Eng.; lc 13Nov47; D unp. 11707. 

CARROLL, RICHARD. 
Youth, a play in three acts. © Richard 
Carroll, Los Angeles; lc 210ct47; D unp. 
11173. 

CARRY on. D unp. 9718. See Monaghan, 
Edward. 

CARSTENS, CATHERINE ELLIS WILKIN- 
SON. 

Sleeping Beauty. A play in three scenes, 
prologue and epilogue, by Catherine 
Ellis vVilkinson. © Association of 
Junior Leagues of America, inc., New 
York- 10Dec47; D pub. 11962. 



CARSWELL, WILLIAM BROWN. 
Orientation lectures. For members of 
the first year class of the Brooklyn 
Law School. Lectures 1-3. © Wil- 
liam Brown Carswell, Brooklyn: lc 
each 14Nov47; C 1906, 1905, 1907. 

CARTER, Conrad C. 
The bully. D pub. 11807. See Diericx, 

Walter. 
It might have been Marion. D pub. 9983. 
See Willings, Eric. 

CARTER, MARGARET. 
Beauty and the beast, a pantomime in 
two acts. London [1947]. 72 p. 19cm. 
(French's acting edition, no. 446) © 
Samuel French ltd., London; 10Jul47; 
u pub. 1874. 

CARY, FALKLAND L. 
Beyond the west. D pub. 11804. See 

King, Philip. 
Thin partition, a play in two acts. 

[London, C. H. Fox, 1947]. 80 p. illus. 

22cm. © Falkland L. Cary, Fleet. 

Hants., Eng.; 27Sep47; D pub. 11140. 
Wife required, a farce in one act, by 

Falkland L. Cary and Philip King. 

London, C. H. Fox [1946]. 24 p. 19cm. 

© Falkland L. Cary, Fleet. Hants., 

Eng.; 31Dec46; D pub. 11148. 



CASANOVA. 
Crane. 



D unp. 11909. See Wilbur, 



THE CASCADE of jewels. D unp. 9943. 
See Hull, Burling Volta. 

THE CASE against Andy. D unp. 11478. 
See The Sheriff, no. 159. 

CASE history. See 
The Eternal Light, no. 135. D pub. 10555. 
Gracia, Laurence. D unp. 11522. 

CASE of ... 
For titles beginning "Case of ... see 
the following radio programs: 
Call the Police. 
David Harding, Counterspy. 
Gang Busters. 

Nick Carter, Master Detective. 
Policewoman; Mary Sullivan, Detective. 
Public Prosecutor. 
Treasury Agent. 

CASH down the drain. D unp. 11385. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 826. 

EL CASO de la mujer asesinadita. See 
Madden. Cecil Charles. Murder, my pet 
u unp. 10597. 

CASPE, VIRGINIA WUERTHELE. 

The chicken and the egg as the vectors 
for human disease. Address. © Vir- 
ginia Wuerthele-Caspe, Newark, N. J.; 
lc 90ct47; C 1835. 

Evidence of a bacterial cause for cancer. 
Address. © Virginia Wuerthele-Caspe, 
Newark, N. J.; lc 90ct47; C 1837. 

The treatment of initial tuberculosis. 
Address. © Virginia Wuerthele Caspe, 
Newark, N. J.; lc 90ct47; C 1836. 

CASPER, CAROLYN ZELDA ZINN. 
Now, Grimalkin! A play in three acts by 
Zelda Zinn. © Carolyn Zelda Zinn 
Casper, Austin, Tex.; lc 270ct47; 
D unp. 11195. 

CASSEL, MILDRED. 
What's going on in music. A music re- 
porting program; a typical script. © 
Mildred Cassel, New York; lc 28Sep47; 
C 1853. 



THE CAST shadow. D unp. 11444. See 
Folgner, Arthur Maxwell. 

THE CASTLE on the sand. D unp. 10560. 
See Akins, Zoe. 

CATAPULT. D unp. 11461. See Batson, 
George. 

CATHERINE was romantic. D unp. 1729. 
See Berland, Sydney Isaac. 

THE CAUCASIAN chalk circle. D unp. 
12018. See Brecht, Bertolt 

CAULFIELD, EDWARD. 
Bruno and Sidney, a comedy in three 
acts. © Edward Caulfield, New York; 
lc HDec47; D unp. 11922. 

THE CAUSE of swamp fever. C 1873. See 
Roe, James. 

THE CAUSE of the foot and mouth disease. 
C 1922. See Roe, James. 

CAUSES of crime. C 1532. See Kamm, 
Abraham R. 

THE CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (Radio 
program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 

authors. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

Apr. 14, 1947. The peanut vendor, by 
Priscilla Kent. © lc 16Sep47; D unp. 
1608. 

Apr. 21, 1947. The doctor and the presi- 
dent, by Robert Wallsten. © lc 16Sep47; 
D unp. 1609. 

Apr. 28, 1947. Frontier widow, by Pris- 
cilla Kent and Agnes Eckhardt. © lc 
16Sep47; D unp. 1610. 

May 5, 1947. The school for men, by 
Philip Lewis. © lc 16Sep47; D unp. 1611. 

May 12, 1947. Page one. by Charles K. 
Freeman. © lc 16Sep47; D unp. 1612. 

May 26, 1947. Under the big top, by Erik 
Barnouw. © lc 16Sep47; D unp. 1613. 

June 2, 1947. The stirring blood, by Sig- 
mund Miller and Halstead Welles. © lc 
16Sep47; D unp. 1614. 

June 9, 1947. A lady of distinction, by 
Doris Frankel. © lc 30Sep47; D unp. 
1753. 

June 16, 1947. Woman alone, by Bernard 
Victor Dryer. © lc 30Sep47; D unp. 1754. 

Aug. 18, 1947. The Iron Horse, by Erik 
Barnouw. © lc 19Dec47; D unp. 12000. 

Sept. 8, 1947. Kitchen scientist, by Pris- 
cilla Kent. © lc 19Dec47; D unp. 12001. 

Oct 20, 1947. The oath, by Erik Barnouw. 
© lc 19Dec47; D unp. 12002. 

CAVELL, Matthew C. See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 9. C 1622. 

CAVENEY, EDWARD WEBSTER. 
Nami, a three-act drama. © Edward Web- 
ster Caveney, Westbury, N. Y.; lc 
7Nov47; D unp. 11372. 

CAVERLY, MILLIS. 
The Scarecrow's friend, an operetta for 
the upper grades in one act. Libretto by 
Millis Caverly, music by Dorothy Mc- 
Cargar. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson 
[1946]. 45 p. 26cm. © Row, Peterson & 
Co., Evanston, III.; 18Dec46; D pub. 1223. 

CAYENNE. D unp. 12042. See Harding, 
Bertita. 

A CELEBRATION in a kibbutz. D unp. 1312. 
See Hameiri, A. 

CELESTIA. D unp. 10952. See Buss, Carl 
Alfred. 



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CATALOG OK COI'VHKJIIT ENTRIES 



CENEDELLA, Robert. See 
Reader's Digest— Radio Edition (Radio 
program) 

A CENTURY back. D unp. 1742. See 
Searles, Leon Roscoe. 

THE CENTURY plant D unp. 10861. See 
Dr. Christian, no. 450. 

CEREMONY to honor a member. D pub. 
10745. See Sherman, Alice Ella. 

CHABRIER, Victor. 
Le Revolver de Venise. D pub. 1832. 
See Guerre, Pierre. 

CHAFF, u unp. 10977. See Tagger, 
Theodore. 

CHALFIN, LEONARD. 

' Maria Malibran; or, Song in the night. 
A play in two act*. Leonard C ha If in, 
New York; lc 14Aug47; D unp. 1358. 

THE CHALLENGE across the counter. 
C 1765. See Handy (Jim) Organization, 
inc. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON (Radio 

program) 

Scripts in this series are by Trendle- 
Merrill unless otherwise indicated. © 
Challenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 

486. Grizzly. © lc 22Jun47; D unp. 1044J 

487. June 26, 1947. Pet bear. © lc 
HJul47; D unp. 10481. 

488. July 3, 1947. The puppy. © lc 
HJul47; D unp. 10482. 

489. July 12, 1947. Sam's gold. © lc 
HJul47; D unp. 10483. 

490. July 19, 1947. The man in the fur 
cap. 3 lc 19Jul47; D unp. 10535. 

491. July 26, 1947. A dog named Mabel. 
) lc 19jul47; D unp. 10534. 

492. Aug. 2, 1947. Messenger of mercy. 
) lc 28Jul47; D unp. 10582. 

493. Aug. 9, 1947. Derelict dog. © lc 
9Aug47; D unp. 10691. 

494. Aug. 23, 1947. The stolen pups. © 
lc 9Aug47; D unp. 10692. 

495. Aug. 30, 1947. Clue to a killer, by 
Trendle-Joyce. 9 lc 10Oct47; D unp. 
1883. 

497. Sept 11, 1947. Northern pursuit 
lc 290ct47; D unp. 11375. 

498. Sept 18, 1947. The fraud. © lc 
290ct47; D unp. 11376. 

499. Sept 25, 1947. Reprisal. © lc 
290ct47; D unp. 11377. 

500. Oct 2, 1947. The proof. © lc 
290ct47; D unp. 11378. 

501. Oct 9, 1947. The malamute pup. 
3 lc 290ct47; D unp. 11379. 

502. Oct 16, 1947. The last cabin. © 
lc 290ct47; D unp. 11380. 

503. Oct 23, 1947. The spook-woman, 
lc 290ct47; D unp. 11381. 

504. Oct. 30, 1947. Rex. © lc 290ct47; 
D unp. 11382. 

504. Nov. 1, 1947. Sam's wife. © lc 
24Nov47; D unp. 11677. 

505. Nov. 8, 1947. King's escape. © lc 
24Nov47; D unp. 11676. 

506. Nov. 15, 1947. Limping dog. © lc 
24Nov47; D unp. 11675. 

507. Nov. 22, 1947. King gets his man. 
© lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11674. 

508. Nov. 29, 1947. Tara. © lc 8Dec47; 
D unp. 11898. 

509. Dec. 6, 1947. The marked cards, 
lc 8Dec47; D unp. 11899. 

510. Dec. 11, 1947. White man's law. © 
lc 19Dec47: D unp. 12072. 

511. Dec. 27, 1947. The shepherd dog. 
© lc 19Dec47; D unp. 12073. 



CHALLENGE of the Yukon, inc. See 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 

CHAMBERLAIN, MARGUERITE. 
Lucy, the Moon Lady, and the Witch of 
Kiwan. Scenario. © Marguerite 
Chamberlain, St Louis; lc 9jul47; D 
unp. 10664. 

CHAMBERLIN, Jessica H. 
The "bored" in action. D unp. 9799. 
See Wagner, Kathryn M. 

CHAMBERS, Robert William. 
Outdoor land. D unp. 11611. See Cham- 
bers, William Hall. 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM HALL. 
Outdoor land, suggested radio program 
for children; based on stories by Robert 
W. Chambers, adapted by William 
Chambers. © William H. Chambers, 
Jamaica, N. Y.; lc 220ct47; D unp. 11611. 

CHAMELEON. D unp. 9751. See Harsch, 
Anthony Joseph. 

CHAMPION. D unp. 10800. See Baker, 
Herbert 

CHANCE of a lifetime. D unp. 11086. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

A CHANGED G. I. D unp. 11171. See 
Dierksheide, Edwin H. 

THE CHANT of Isis. D unp. 10671. See 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 22. 

CHANTLER, DAVTD EVERETT. 
Suddenly, the meeting; a play in three 
acts. © D. Everett Chantler, Pittsburgh; 
lc 10ct47; D imp. 10993. 

CHAPTN, Katherine Garrison. See 
Biddle, Katherine Garrison Chapin. 

CHAPMAN, George. 
Eastward ho. D unp. 11297. See Smith, 
Milton. 

CHAPMAN, KATHERYN DAWSEY. 
Touch typing system. Film script © 
Katheryn Dawsey Chapman, Washington; 
lc 14Jul47; C 1574. 

CHAPMAN, Robert Harris. 
Uniform of flesh. D unp. 1936. See 
Coxe, Louis Osborne. 

CHARADE parade. D unp. 1261, 1262. 
See Diener, William Traugott 

CHARADE quiz. D pub. 1716, 11623. See 
Katcher, Gertrude Mutnick. 

CHARD (Standish) Radio Productions, inc. 
A cry in the night. D unp. 10541. See 

Webber, Gordon. 
The mine in the desert D unp. 9810. 

See Frisbie, Richard P. 
The missing guest. D unp. 10500. See 

Frisbie, Richard P. 
The smugglers. D unp. 10501. See 

Frisbie, Richard P. 
The storm. D unp. 9811. See Frisbie, 

Richard P. 
The unknown caller. D unp. 10542. See 

Frisbie, Richard P. 



CHARLES Chapman story. D unp. 1307. 
See The Adventurers' Club, Aug. 9, 1947. 



CHARM clinic. 
NiJcki. 



D unp. 11438. See Kaye, 



CHARLES, Bertha D. 
Lonely is my garden. D unp. 9888. 
Montano, Servino Medina. 



See 



CHARLES and Laura. D unp. 1528. See 
Robinson, Frank H. 



CHARM for a penny. D unp. 1357. See 
Cousin, Monya Mickey. 

CHARNESS, GERALD STEPHEN. 
Les Carignans, a historical operetta in 
three acts. Music and lyrics by Saul 
Honigman, libretto by Gerald Charness. 
Text and music on separate leaves. 
Saul Honigman, Gerald Charness, 
Montreal; lc 290ct47; D unp. 11217. 

CHARTS for use in group exploration. C 
1742. See Trommetter, Richard John. 

THE CHASE AND SANBORN PROGRAM 
(Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Edgar John 

Bergen. © Edgar John Bergen, Los 

Angeles. 

Sept 7, 16, 1947. © lc each 19Sep47; 

D unp. 10948, 10949. 
Sept 21, 1947. © lc 60ct47; D unp. 1975. 
Sept 28, 1947. t lc 17Nov47; D unp. 

11634. 
Oct 5, 12, 1947. © lc each 20Oct47; 

D unp. 11178, 11179. 
Oct 19, 26, 1947. © lc each 4Nov47; D 

unp. 11349, 11350. 
Nov. 2, 1947. © lc 17Nov47; D unp. 

11585. 
Nov. 9, 16, 23, 1947. © lc each lDec47; 

D unp. 11825-11827. 
Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 1947. 3 lc each 

22Dec47; D unp. 12022-12024. 

THE CHECKERDALE salesman. C 1597. 
See Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

CHECKMATE. D unp. 11651. See Koegel, 
Joseph. 

CHEKHOV, ANTON PA VLOVTCH, 1860-1904. 
The cherry orchard, a drama in four acts, 
translated from the Russian of Anton 
Chekhov by Stark Young. New York, 
1947. 93 p. 19cm. (French's standard 
library edition) © Stark Young, New 
York; 25Aug47; D pub. 1804. 

CHENANGO Canal pageant D unp. 1501. 
See Norwich, N. Y. Norwich High School. 

CHERNIAVSKY, JOSEF. 
It really happened. A series of short, 
short stories for radio, stage or tele- 
vision, adaptable for narration or full 
dramatic presentation. © Josef Chern- 
iavsky, Chicago. 

1. The thief. © lc 22May47; D unp. 
9688. 

2. Night interlude. © lc 22May47; 
D unp. 9689. 

What's in the package? A new radio show. 
© Josef Cherniavsky, Chicago; lc 
24Jul47; D unp. 9937. 

THE CHERRY orchard. D pub. 1804. See 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 

CHESSLER, MAURICE. 
Musical crosswords, a radio program. 
Audition script no. 113. S Maurice Ches- 
sler, Baltimore; lc 14Nov47; C 1934. 

THE CHESSMASTER. D unp. 10943. See 
The Eternal Light, no. 138. 

CHETWYND, BRIDGET. 
Love for money: or, Money-go-round. A 
farcical comedy in three acts, by Bridget 
Chetwynd and Roderic Owen. © Bridget 
Chetwynd, Roderic Owen, New York; lc 



141 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHETWYND, BRIDGET. (Cont'd.) 
210ct47; D imp. 11168. 



CHI, Chao-Li. 
Sooner or later. 
Chin- Feng. 



D unp. 1652. See Chi, 



CHI, CHIH-FENG. 
Sooner or later, by Chih-Feng Chi and 
Chao-Li Chi. Adaptation of a Chinese 
play in two acts. © Chih-Feng Chi, 
Chao-Li Chi, New York; lc 9Sep47; 
D unp. 1652. 

CHICAGO Bar Association. 
Legal tinder. D pub. 11974. See Sprowl, 
Charles R. 

THE CHICKEN and the egg as the vectors 
for human disease. C 1835. See 
Caspe, Virginia Wuerthele. 

CHICKEN stealer. D unp. 11119. See 
Forbes, Bobby Sol. 

CHIEF of police. D unp. 10973. See 
Ducovny, Allen. 

LA CHIENNE. D unp. 11883. See Fagan, 
Myron Coureval. 

CHILD of light D unp. 11775. See Wayne, 
Milton. 

THE CHILDREN of the 'Forty-niners. 
D unp. 9946. See Hasvold, Peggy. 

THE CHILDREN'S CHAPEL (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by Robert E. A. 
Lee. © Board of Parish Education, The 
Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minne- 
apolis; lc each 30ct47. 

1. Noah and the ark. D unp. 1789. 

2. Cain and Abel. D unp. 1790. 

3. John the Baptist D unp. 1791. 

4. Abram and Lot D unp. 1792. 

5. Abraham and Isaac. D unp. 1793. 

6. David and Goliath. D unp. 1794. 

7. Jesus and the Woman of Samaria. 
D unp. 1795. 

8. Jesus and the Centurion. D unp. 1796. 

9. Paul and Silas in prison. D unp. 1797. 

10. Moses found by Pharaoh's daughter. 
D unp. 1798. 

11. Moses and the burning bush. D unp. 
1799. 

12. Jacob and Esau. D unp. 1800. 

13. The parable of the Prodigal Son. 
D unp. 1801. 

Christmas broadcast no. 1. The magi. 

© lc 8Dec47; D unp. 11884. 
Christmas broadcast no. 2. And there 

were shepherds. © lc 8Dec47; D unp. 

11885. 

THE CHILDREN'S Hour. See Horn and 
Hardart Children's HourlRadlo program) 

THE CHILDREN'S toy revue. D unp. 11649. 
See Snyder, Louise Thompson. 

CHILDREY, STANLEY M. 
Spinsters and bachelors, why be single? 
By Stan Stanley [pseud.] A radio script. 
© Stanley M. Childrey, New York; lc 
25Jul47; D unp. 10573. 

CHINA convoy. D unp. 1233. See Barnouw, 
Erik. 

CHINA is my destiny. D unp. 11244. See 
Rosenblatt, Martin Stern. 

THE CHINESE nightingale. D unp. 1560. 
See Let's Pretend, July 26, 1947. 



CHIP of the Flying U. D unp. 11815. See 
Cruger, Paul. 

CH1ZZONITI, SAM. 
For ever and ever. 15 p. A dramatic 
composition. © Sam Chizzoniti, 
Columbus, Ohio; lc 10Jun47; D unp. 
9848. 

THE CHOCOLATE pool. D unp. 10996. 
See Fromm, Elizabeth Sinclair. Adven- 
tures of Percy Pelican. 

CHORALTONES. D unp. 10932. See 
Lawrence, George. 

CHRIST*UPANISHAD. See Trivikram, 
TampiKakkad Narayan. Zero B. C. 
D unp. 11282. 

THE CHRISTENING of a star. D unp. 
11000. See Bibescu, Anton, principe. 
The star without a name. 

CHRISTIANSEN ADVERTISING AGENCY. 
Sports final, no. 119. Radio commer- 
cials, WBBM, Chicago, Nov. 12, 1947. 
© Kingsbury Breweries Co., Mani- 
towoc, Wis.; lc 19Nov47; C 1929. 

CHRISTIE, Campbell. 
Grand National night D pub. 11808. See 
Christie, Dorothy. 

CHRISTIE, DOROTHY. 
Grand National night, a play in three 
acts, by Dorothy and Campbell Christie. 
London [1947]. 88 p. 22cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 870) © Samuel 
French, ltd., London; 160ct47; D pub. 
11808. 

CHRISTMAS at Snowbank Corners. See 
Haynes, Lyla Waterbury. The Christmas 
spelling bee. ' D pub. 11442. 

A CHRISTMAS carol. See 
George, Charles. A Christmas story. 

D pub. 11196. 
Paskman, Dailey. Scrooge. D unp. 11841. 

CHRISTMAS comes again. D unp. 11937. 
See Mauger, Robert Binckley. 

A CHRISTMAS dream. D pub. 1576. See 
Donaghy, Emily. 

CHRISTMAS Eve burglar. D pub. 11135. 
See Stone, James Floyd. 

CHRISTMAS ghost D unp. 11242. See 
Cooksey, Curtis. Penelope, our maid, 
no. 3. 

THE CHRISTMAS harvest. D unp. 11367. 
See Searles, Leon Roscoe. 

CHRISTMAS in Hogan's Alley. D pub. 11137. 
See Bugbee, Willis Newton. 

CHRISTMAS lessons. D pub. 11342. See 
Rosemon, Mabel J. 

THE CHRISTMAS miracle. D pub. 11299. 
See MacDonald, Dora Mary. 

A CHRISTMAS sock. D pub. 10796. See 
Welch, Frederick. 

THE CHRISTMAS spelling bee. D pub. 
11442. See Haynes, Lyla Waterbury. 

CHRISTMAS story. See 
Ashton, Leonora SiUT~D pub. 11524. 
George, Charles. D pub. 11196. 

CHRISTMAS under the stars. D pub. 11609. 
See Emerson, Elizabeth H. 



CHRONICLE. D unp. 11562. See Segall, 
Harry. 

THE CHURCHMAN. 
I am an American Day. C 1811. See 

Wilson, Frank R. 
Our town. C 1567. See Pearson, Roy M. 
Sermon of the Week. - See Sermon of the 

Week (Radio program) 

CINDERELLA. D unp. 11355. See Let's 
Pretend, Sept. 27, 1947. 

CINDERELLA girl. D unp. 10873. See 
The Sheriff, no. 152. 

CINNAMON rolls and neck bones. D unp. 
1817. See Gariss, Jack Lyman. 

CIRCLE'S end. D unp. 1464. See Colcord, 
Ray. 

CIRKLE, Mildred. See Shev, Mildred 
Cirkle. 

THE CISCO KID (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by James Mc- 
Cracken. © Frederic W. Ziv Co., 
Cincinnati. 

216A. The Cisco Kid and the missing 

deed. © lc 3Jul47; D unp. 10422. 
217A. The Cisco Kid and the copper mine 

payroll. © lc 3jul47; D unp. 10423. 
218A. The Cisco Kid and the blameless 

brother. © lc 3jul47; D unp. 10424. 
219A. The Cisco Kid comes back from 

the grave. © lc 3Jul47; D unp. 10425. 
220A. The Cisco Kid and the crooked 

deal. © lc 3Jul47; D unp. 10426. 
221A. The Cisco Kid and the innocent 

rancher. © lc 3Jul47; D unp. 10427. 
222A. The Cisco Kid and the earthquake. 

© lc 3Jul47; D unp. 10428. 
223A. The Cisco Kid and the desert 

treasure. © lc 3jul47; D unp. 10429. 
224A. The Cisco Kid and the landslide. 

© lc 3Jul47; D unp. 10430. 
225A. The Cisco Kid and the stage line 

double-cross. © lc 29Jul47; D unp. 

10624. 
226A. The Cisco Kid and the stolen 

calves. © lc 29Jul47; D unp. 10625. 
227. The Cisco Kid and the murdered 

rancher. © lc 29jul47; D unp. 10616. 
228A. The Cisco Kid joins the outlaw 

gang. © lc 29Jul47; D unp. 10617. 
229A. The Cisco Kid and the rancher's 

faith. © lc 29Jul47; D unp. 10618. 
230A. The Cisco Kid and the oily pond. 

© lc 29Jul47; D unp. 10619. 
231A. The Cisco Kid and the bank fire. 

© lc 29jul47; D unp. 10620. 
232A. The Cisco Kid and the deathbed 

operation. © lc 29Jul47; D unp. 10621. 
233A. The Cisco Kid and the runaway 

train ride. © lc 29Jul47; D unp. 10622. 
234A. The Cisco Kid and the desperate 

young lover. © lc 29jul47; D unp. 10623. 
235A. The Cisco Kid meets his match. 

© lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10714. 
236A. The Cisco Kid and the dynamited 

tunnel. © lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10715. 
237A. The Cisco Kid and the gold map. 

© lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10716. 
23 8A. The Cisco Kid and the swindled 

heir. © lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10717. 
239A. The Cisco Kid and the great eye. 

© lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10718. 
240A. The Cisco Kid and the fighting 

giant © lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10719. 
24iA. The Cisco Kid and the innocent 

nephew. © lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10720. 
242. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw's trail. 

© lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10721. 
243A. The Cisco Kid and the hawk. © 

lc 15Aug47j D unp. 10722. 
244A. The Cisco Kid and the double take. 

© lc 15Aug47; D unp. 10723. 



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245A. The Cisco Kid and the castle gold. 

lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10840. 
246A. The Cisco Kid and Pancho's gun 

wound. lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10841. 
247A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw 

sheriff. lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10842. 
248A. The Cisco Kid and the swindling 

miners. S lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10843. 
249A. The Cisco Kid and the quick death 

pass. © lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10844. 
250A. The Cisco Kid and the doomed 

town. I lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10845. 
251A. The Cisco Kid and the railroad 

fight © lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10846. 
252A. The Cisco Kid and his double. © 

lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10847. 
253A. The Cisco Kid and the range war. 

3 lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10848. 
254A. The Cisco Kid and the steam engine 

smoke. © lc 7Sep47; D unp. 10849. 
255A. The Cisco Kid and the jail-break. 

9 lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11027. 
256A. The Cisco Kid and the loco weed. 

S lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11024. 
257A. The Cisco Kid and the diamond 

murders. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11025. 
258A. The Cisco Kid and the sheriff's 
error. G lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11038. 
259A. The Cisco Kid and the gold mine 

stock. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11026. 
260A. The Cisco Kid and the helpful 

marshall. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 110371 
261A. The Cisco Kid and the horse 

thieves. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11036. 
262A. The Cisco Kid and the rustling 

rancher. 3 lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11035. 
263A. The Cisco Kid and the gambler's 

error. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11029. 
264A. The Cisco Kid and the reluctant 
banker. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11034. 
265A. The Cisco Kid and the gun runners. 

lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11033. 
266A. The Cisco Kid and Diablo's enemy. 

© lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11032. 
267A. The Cisco Kid and the frightened 

murderer. J) lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11031, 
268A. The Cisco Kid and the gambler's 

deal. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11028. 
269A. The Cisco Kid and the watermark 

name. 3 lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11030. 
270A. The Cisco Kid and the unforgettable 

kiss. 6 lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11570. 
271A. The Cisco Kid and the green lady. 

lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11571. 
272A. The Cisco Kid and the dying con- 
fession. © lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11572. 
273A. The Cisco Kid and the quicksand 

trap. © lc 3Nov47: D unp. 11573. 
274A. The Cisco Kid and the sheriff's 

badge. © lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11574. 
275A. The Cisco Kid and the last meal. 

© lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11575. 
276A. The Cisco Kid and the fool's gold. 

© lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11576. 
277A. The Cisco Kid and the golden god- 
dess. I N lc 3Nov47: D unp. 11577. 
278A. The Cisco Kid and the Irish iace. 
lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11578. 

THE CITY. See 
Finney, Walter Braderu D unp. 1642-1645. 
Kamm, Abraham R. Humor. C 1518. 

CITY Hall shake-up. D unp. 10486. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 815. 

CITY of masks. D unp. 11400. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2294-1519. 

CLAFLIN, ROBERT MOODY. 
Push 'em up Tony and his baby. 2 leaves. 
Monologue. © Robert Moody Claflin, 
Louisville, Tenn.; lc HAug47; D unp. 
10687. 



CLAIR de lune. D unp. 
Donald Richard. 



12034. See Ray, 



CLAPP, CHARLES. 
But for the grace of God, a play. In 
three acts. © Charles Clapp, Jr., 
Guilford, Conn.; lc 3Nov47; D unp. 
11568. 

CLAR, Arden. 
Into each life. D unp. 1774. See 
Sanger, Harry. 

CLARABELLE'S birthday present D unp. 
11683. See The Lone Ranger, no. 2313- 
1538. 

CLARK, ADA ESTELLE. 
Tangled lives. A play in thirty-one acts. 
23 leaves. © Ada Estelle Clark, 
Brewer, Me.; lc 19Sep47; D unp. 1678. 

CLARK, EDWARD. 

De luxe Annie; three-act play by Edward 
Clark. Based on a "Saturday Evening 
Post" article on amnesia, by W. Scam- 
mon Lockwood. Revised and modernized 
by Janet Elsie Clark. © Edward Clark, 
Janet Elsie Clark, Los Angeles; lc 
250ct47; D unp. 11582. New matter: 
additions and revisions. Prev. reg. 
23Marl7; D 464516. 

Sailors' delight, a spicy farce in three 
acts, by Edward and Janet Clark. 
Alternate titles: Strip please; Keep it 
clean; She picked up a sailor. © Ed- 
ward Clark, Janet Clark; Hollywood; lc 
HDec47; D unp. 12043. 

CLARK, Janet Elsie. 
De luxe Annie. D unp. 11582. See 

Clark. Edward. 
Sailors delight D unp. 12043. See 

Clark, Edward. 

CLARK, JEAN. 
Jolly junior assembly plays. Minneapolis, 
Denison [1947]. 150 p. 18cm. © T. S. 
Denison & Co., Minneapolis; 240ct47; 
D pub. 11645. 

CLARK, Perry, pseud. See Sergei, 
Christopher. 

CLARK, ROBERT. 
Tune in tonight, a farce in three acts, by 
Robert Clark and George Armin Shaftel. 
New York, S. French [1947], 89 p. 
19cm. © Robert Clark, Pasadena, 
Calif.; George Armin Shaftel, San Carlos, 
Calif.; 19Sep47; D pub. 11799. 

CLAVEL, MAURICE. 
Les Incendiaires, tragedle en trois actes. 
[Paris] Gallimard [1947L 138 p. 19cm. 
© Librairie Gallimard, Paris; 30Apr47; 
D pub. 1826. 

CLAYTON-HUTTON, MICHAEL. 
Power without glory. A play in three acts. 
© Michael Clayton-Hutton, New York; 
lc 12Dec47; D unp. 11926. 

CLEMENT, HUNT. 
The facts of life, a play in three acts. © 
Hunt Clement, Jr., Washington; lc 
18Aug47; D unp. 1421. 

CLEMENT, VICTOR. 
Too many brides, a musical comedy in 
three acts, by Victor Clement and Milton 
Subotsky. Based on a play. "Epousez- 
nous, Monsieur," by Jean de Letraz. 
Text only. S Victor Clement, New York; 
lc 210ct47; D unp. 11278. 
Turnabout, a musical comedy in two acts, 
four scenes. Text only. B Victor 
Clement, New York; lc 210ct47; D unp. 
11277. 

CLEMENTS, Alice V. See Horn and Hard- 
art Children's Hour (RacTlo program) 



CLEMENTS, Colin Campbell. 
The divine Flora. L> pub. 11798. See 
Ryerson, Florence. 

CLEMENTS, Florence Ryerson. See 
Ryerson, Florence. 

CLEMENTS Company, inc. See Horn 
and Hardart Children's Hour~[Radio 
program) 

CLEVELAND, Ann, pseud. See Sinclair, 
Aileen Cleveland. 

C LE VE LA ND. Radio Station WGA R, 
It's Standard time. D unp. 1735. See 
Andorn, Sidney. 

A CLIENT in the woodpile. D unp. 1379. 
See Lawyer Tucker, no. 2. 

THE CLOAK. D unp. 1386. See Lithgow, 
Arthur Washington. 

CLOISONNE. D unp. 1294. See Daven- 
port, Frances Littlefield. 



A CLOSE shave. 
Reach, James. 



D pub. 9961. See 



THE CLOSED gate. D unp. 1977. See 
Ito, Michio. 

CLOUD 97. D unp. 1669. See Wilding 
Picture Productions, Inc. 

THE CLUE In the snow. D unp. 11508. 
See The Adventures of Frank Merri- 
well, no. 14. 

CLUE to a killer. D unp. 1883. See 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 495. 

COATES. CAROL. 
The Jade heart, a fantasy in one act, in 
the Chinese manner. New York [1947], 
C1946. 24 p. 30cm. © Carol Coates, 
New York; 15Jun47; D pub. 10699. 
Prev. reg. 7Sep46; D unp. 5086. 

COATES, Mildred Gethins. 
We're human too. D unp. 9733. See 
Millette, Mabel Emilie. 

COBB, ELISABETH. 
The men we marry, a comedy by Elisa- 
beth Cobb and Herschel Williams. In 
three acts. © Herschel V. Williams, 
Jr., Elisabeth Cobb. New York; lc 
4Sep47; D unp. 10824. 

COBEY, HERBERT TODD. 

Feast in the wilderness. A play in three 
acts. © Herbert Todd Cobey, Guilford, 
Conn.; lc 13Aug47; D unp. 1362. 

The song of songs, arranged for ballet 
and chorus with solo voices. Text 
only. 3 Herbert Todd Cobey, Guilford, 
Conn.; lc 13Aug47; D unp. 1363. 

COCA-COLA Company. 
The basic advertising story. C 1833. 

See Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Make it easy. C 1787. See Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
The pay-off. C 1641. See Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 

THE COCK must crow. D unp. 1828. See 
Bodel, Burman W. 

COCK-of-the-walk. D unp. 1540. See 
Levy, Charles SamueL 

COCKCROW. D unp. 11606. See Hadley, 
Roberta. 

COCTEAU, Jean. 
La mort ecoute aux portes. See Duncan, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



COCTEAU, Jean. Cont'd. 

Ronald. The eagle has two heads. 
D imp. 1802. 

COFFEE In the morning. D imp. 10598. 
See Glennon, John O'Leary. 

COHEN, EDWARD. 
Pigalle. A dramatico- musical in two 
acts, by Edra Bennot [pseud.] Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Edward 
Cohen, Chicago; lc 4Aug47; D unp. 
1272. 

COHEN, Harvey. 
Officer Joe, the adventures of an Ameri- 
can cop. D unp. 9829. See Taubes, 
Frank Alex. 

COHEN, HELEN. 
Here we go again, a skit in one act, by 
Helen Cowen [pseud.] © Helen Cohen, 
New York; lc 3Sep47; D unp. 1530. 

COHN, ALBERT MARCUS. 
Home is the hunter, a play in one act. © 

Albert Marcus Conn, Providence; lc 

19Aug47; D unp. 10729. 
No sweet sorrow, a play in one act © 

Albert Marcus Cohn, Providence; lc 

26Dec47; D unp. 12085. 

COLCORD, RAY. 
Circle's end, after Shakespeare's 
"Coriolanus." A play in two acts. © 
Ray Colcord, Jackson Heights, N. Y.; 
lc 22Aug47; D unp. 1464. 



COLD blood. 
Seeleg. 



D unp. 11215. See Lester, 



COLE, Joseph H. 

Black gold. D unp. 11081. See Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Fuel of the future. D unp. 1667. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

The girl who gave her sales a boost. 
D unp. 11672. See Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

The Imperial ambassador. D unp. 11662. 
See Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

It's"! doozey! D unp. 9699. See Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

Nothing finer. D unp. 9704. See Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

Proud years. D unp. 11085. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

You're the boss! D unp. 9698. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

COLEMAN, Caryl. See The Summerfield 
Bandstand (Radio program) 

COLEMAN, WARREN RICHE. 
The greener grass, a comedy-drama. 
In three acts. © Warren Riche Cole- 
man, Oak Bluffs, Mass.; lc 10Nov47; 
D unp. 11414. 

A COLLECTION of diamonds. D unp. 1841. 
See Osiel, Irene. 

COLLEGE Inn. D unp. 11071. See Phil- 
lips, Ray W. 

COLLEGE man. D unp. 11156. See 
Kelly, William Clemon. 

COLLIER, LOUIS WALTER. 
The tree of love. A play in three acts. 
© Louis W. Collier, Bangor, Me.; lc 
15Jul47; D unp. 1417. 

COLLINS, DENNIS. 
The needle, a one act play. © Dennis 

Collins, New York; lc 26Sep47; D unp. 

1734. 
The wicked ghost, a one act play. © 

Dennis Collins, New York; lc 26Sep47; 

D unp. 1733. 



COLLINS, MARGARET BRANDON JAMES. 
He loves me not, a romantic comedy in 
three acts. © Margaret Brandon 
James Collins, Staunton, Va.; lc 160ct47; 
D unp. 1985. 

COLLISION. D unp. 11648. See Zllinskas, 
Richard Vincent 

COLOR added. D unp. 1986. See Dawson, 
Winston Fauntleroy. 

COLTON, ROLAND JOSEPH. 
Sign of the Bull, a play in two acts, by 
Xavier E. Davis [pseud. 1 © Roland 
Joseph Colton, Port Washington, N. Y.; 
It 29jul47; D unp. 9999. 

COLUMBIA Broadcasting System, inc. 
Bluebeard. D unp. 9882. See Mack, Nila. 
The brave little tailor. D unp. 9879. See 

Mack, Nila. 
Dick Whittington and his cat D unp. 9885. 

See Mack, Nila. 
The enchanted canary. D unp. 9881. See 

Mack, Nila. 
The enchanted stag. D unp. 9880. See 

Mack, Nila. 
Fear begins at forty. D unp. 11583. See 

Perl, Arnold. 
Let's Pretend. See Let's Pretend 

(Radio program) 
Lincoln's assassination. D unp. 1704. 

See Shayon, Robert Lewis. 
Tne~rusted knight D unp. 9883. See 

Mack, Nila. 
The six swans. D unp. 9884. See Mack, 

Nila. 
Thumbelina. D unp. 9886. See Mack, 

Nila. 
We went back. D unp. 1554. See Sloane, 

Allan. 

COME sing with me. D unp. 1994. See 
Norris, Frank. 

THE COMEDY of errors. D unp. 12039. 
See Smith, Milton. 

COMEDY Theatre. D unp. 11612. See 
Schleifer, Milton. 

COMEDY X. D imp. 1993. See Williams, 
John J. 

COMER, RUSSELL C. 
In the air with Roger Gale. Radio scripts, 
nos. 2-4. © Russell C. Comer, Kansas 
City, Mo.; lc each 16Feb47; D unp. 9895, 
9896, 9894. 

COMES the hour. D unp. 1777. See Caplin, 
Abel Michael. 

COMES the revolution. D unp. 1597. See 
Grill, August Andrew Joseph. 

THE COMIC strip killer. D unp. 11967. 
See The Shadow, no. 312. 

COMING in on a cloud. D unp. 9826. See 
Dr. Christian, no, 448. 

COMPANION piece. D unp. 1349. See 
Bostick, Jack. 

COMPASS bearing. D unp. 11411. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2305-1530. 

COMPETITION. D unp. 11633. See Penny, 
Ernest A. 

THE COMPLEX sentence. D unp. 11824. 
See Yoseloff, Martin. 

THE COMPOSITE restaurant call. C 1604. 
See Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



CONDON, MAURICE JOSEPH. 
Mysterious Mike, a radio program by 
Maurie Condon. © Maurice Joseph 
Condon, Flushing, N. Y.; lc 16Aug47; 
D unp. 10712. 

CONE, ROBERT. 
Soliloquy for death. American Theatre 
Wing radio script, series A, no. 1. © 
Robert Cone, New York; 150ct47; D 
pub. 11091. 

CONGO Square. D unp. 10774. See 
Scott, Joy. 

CONLON-MOORE CORPORATION. Conlon 

Division. 

Conlon personalized home instruction 
course. Address. © Conlon-Moore 
Corp. (a Delaware corp.), Chicago; lc 
25Aug47; C 1699. 

CONLON personalized home instruction 
course. C 1699. See Conlon-Moore 
Corporation. Conlon Division. 

THE CONQUEROR. D unp. 11154. See 
O'Neil, John Clyde. 

CONRAD, CHARLES J. 
Red chameleon, a play in three acts. © 
Charles J. Conrad. Hollywood; lc 
15Sep47; D unp. 10923. 

CONSIDER the lilies._ See 
Browne, Hugh Francis. D unp. 1271. 
Fitz Patrick, Denys Skeffington. D unp. 
11090. 

CONSTANDUROS, MABEL (TILLING) 
Before the morning, a play in one act, 
by Mabel Constanduros and Howard 
Agg. London [19471. 38 p. 19cm. 
(French's acting edition, no. 816) © 
Samuel French, ltd., London; 2Sep47; 
D pub. 11147. 
The spider ring, a play in one act, by 
Mabel Constanduros and Howard Agg. 
London [1947]. 32 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 821) © Samuel 
French, ltd., London; 2Sep47; D pub. 
11146. 

THE CONSTITUTION. D unp. 1500. See 
Norwich, N. Y. Norwich High School. 

CONSULTANT, Jas. Corn, H. D. D unp. 
11216. See Sibelius, Stanley. 

CONTROL your day-dreams. C 1517. 
See Kamm, Abraham R. You are a 
composite of blendings. 

CONWAY, Lillian Eggers. See No Other 
Love (Radio program) 

COOK, ELLA ROBB. 
Three worlds; or, The hell of being a 
good woman. A play in three acts, a 
prologue and post-mortem, by Janda 
Lea [pseud.] © Ella Robb Cook, 
Jamaica, N. Y.; lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11513. 

COOK, FRANK BERNARD. 
Hootchy kootchy, a play in three acts. 
© Frank B. Cook, Washington; lc 
3Sep47; D unp. 1533. 

COOK, Laurence Russell. 
Dream of melody. D unp. 9912. See 
Peterson, Agnes Emelie. 

COOKSEY, CURTIS. 
Penelope, our maid; a play composed of 
many episodes, each episode complete 
in itself. © Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, 
N. Y.; lc each 70ct47. 



144 



(. \T \ LOG OK COP1 R IG III' ENTR I ES 



1. The barn house. D unp. 11240. 

2. Beauty contest D unp. 11241. 

3. Christmas ghost. D unp. 11242. 

COOPER, DOROTHY S. 
Small world, a comedy In one act for 
six women. London [1947]. 31 p. 
19cm. (French's acting edition, no. 
912) Samuel French, ltd., London; 
25Apr47; D pub. 9843. 

COOPER, James Fenlmore. 
Leatherstocklng tales. D unp. 9801, 
9802. See Devereux, Leslie Warnlck. 

COOPER, Paul Fenlmore. 
The Leatherstocklng tales. D unp. 9801, 
9802. See Devereux, Leslie Warnlck. 

COPE, EDDIE B. 
The model business. A play In one 
scene. © Eddie B. Cope, Houston, Tex.; 
lc 180ct47; D unp. 11043. 

COPITO, BENJAMIN. 
His own worst enemy, a play in three acts. 
© Beniamin Copito, Brooklyn; lc 
12Nov47; D unp. 11713. 

COPPINGER, JOHN. 
Majority rule. American Theatre Wing 
radio script, series A, no. 2. © John 
Coppinger, New York; 150ct47; D pub. 
11092. 

CORA Appleton's ghost D unp. 11477. 
See The Sheriff, no. 158. 

CORBIN, LOUIS EUGENE. 
Radio treasure chest, program no. 1, 
Oct 7, 1947. Radio script by Louis 
Eugene Corbln and Donald Heber Spatz. 
© Louis Eugene Corbln, Donald Heber 
Spatz, Baltimore; lc 240ct47; D unp. 
11131. 
Sum-fun. Radio script by Louis Eugene 
Corbln and Donald Heber Spatz. © 
Louis Eugene Corbln, Donald Heber 
Spatz, Baltimore; lc 240ct47; D unp. 
11130. 

CORDELL, GERALD EUGENE. 
Foodeno, by Jerry Cordell. Explanation 
and rules. © Jerry Cordell, Burbank, 
Calif.; lc 160ct47; C 1885. 

CORDELL, Jerry. See Cordell, Gerald 
E ugene. 

CORIOLANUS. See Colcord, Ray. Circle's 
end. D unp. 1464. 

CORLESS, BRENDA. 

The belle of Cripple Creek; western ro- 
mantic drama in three acts. © Cecil 
Spooner Blaney, New Canaan, Conn.; 
lc ljul47; D unp. 9763. 

The girl from Goldfield, a melodrama in 
three acts. © Cecil Spooner Blaney, 
New Canaan, Conn.; lc ljul47; D unp. 
9765. 

CORNELIUS, GILBERT H. 
Radlo-bingo. A radio script, by Gilbert 
H. Cornelius and Peter S. Potanas. © 
Gilbert H. Cornelius, Skaneateles, 
N. Y.; Peter S. Potanas, Syracuse, N. Y.; 
lc 14Jul47; C 1664. 

CORNING, BENJAMIN HARRY. 
Women are that way, a farce by Benjamin 
Corning and Barbara Anthony. In three 
acts. © Benjamin Harry Corning, Sr., 
Barbara Clegg Anthony, Tabor, N. J.; 
lc 29Sep47; D unp. 1737. 

CORNISH, CONSTANCE. 
Moon on a platter, by Constance Cornish 



and Elolse Barrangon. A play in three 
acts. © Eloise Barrangon Yerger, 
Crestwood, N. Y.; lc 280ct47; D unp. 
11449. 

CORNPLANTER. D unp. 10488. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2254-1479T - 

CORONET Films, inc. 
The man who couldn t walk around. D 
unp. 10898, See Rosoff, Arthur. 

CORRELL, CHARLES J. See The Amos 
V Andy Show (Radio program) 

CORRIE, JOE. 
Every Inch a king, a comedy in one act 
London [1947]. 26 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 676) © Samuel 
French, ltd.; London; 25Apr47; D pub. 
9844. 

CORT, Harvy, pseud. See Cohen, Harvey. 

CORTAZAR, ERNESTO. 
Juan Charrasqueado. Dialogue continuity. 
© Producciones Chapultepec, s. a., 
Mexico, D. F.; lc 5Sep47; D unp. 10909. 

COSMOPOLITAN. D unp. 9770. See 
Cantor, Harold. 

COTTEN, Joseph. 
An answer to "The lady or the tiger." 

D unp. 1641. See Finney, Walter 

Braden. 
Life in the magazines. D imp. 1640. See 

Finney, Walter Braden. 

COULD be. D unp. 10579. See Byron, 
Paul. 



COUNT the sparrows. D unp. 9907. 
Stewart, Cora Paxton. 



See 



LA COURSE des rois. D pub. 1982. See 
Talagrand, Jacques. 

COUSIN, Mickey. See Cousin, Monya 
Mickey. 

COUSIN, MONYA MICKEY. 
Charm for a penny. A play in three acts. 
© Mickey Cousin, New York; lc 
13Aug47; D unp. 1357. 

COWAN, Edward Malott 
Campaign summer. D unp. 1933. See 
Jensen, Eileen Stitn. 

COWAN, Louis G. See 
Quiz Kids (Radio program) 
R. F. D. America (Radio program) 

COWARD, NOEL PIERCE. 
This happy breed, a play in three acts. 
London, W. Heinemann [1943], 100 p. 

I9cm. © Noel Coward, London; 29Apr43- 
D pub. 11120. 

COWEN, Helen, pseud. See Cohen, Helen. 

COWHAM, BERNARD G. 
Musical tours of Tin Pan Alley: Shapiro- 
Bernstein and Company. 1 leaf. © 
Bernard G. Cowham, New York; lc 
4Nov47; C 1902. 

COX, ALPHONSUS PATRICK. 
Minute mattress commercials; script no. 
1. © Alphonsus Patrick Cox, Philadel- 
phia; lc 12Aug47; D unp. 10690. 

COX, CONSTANCE. 
Vanity fair, a play [in three acts] based 
on Thackeray's famous novel. London 
[1947]. 81 p. plate. 22cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 62) © Samuel French, 



ltd., London; 25Apr47; D pub. 9845. 

COXE, LOUIS OSBORNE. 
Uniform of flesh, a play In three acts, 
by Louis O. Coxe and R. H. Chapman. 
Adapted from the novel, "Billy Budd, 
foretopman," by Herman Melville. 
Louis O. Coxe, Robert H. Chapman, 
Princeton, N. J.; lc 31Aug47; D unp. 
1936. 

COYLE, JESSIE MAR. 
Duck on a rock. Film script in nine 
sequences. © Jessie M. Coyle, Seattle; 
lc 9Dec47; D unp. 11887. 

COYNE, MARGARET. 
The guy All A play In three acts. © 
Margaret Coyne, Elmhurst, N. Y.; lc 
19Jul47; D unp. 1581. 

CRACKED Ice. D pub. 9835. See 
Le Pelley, Guernsey. 



CRACKED Nutts. 
Tobias, Jay. 



D pub. 11934. See 



THE CRACKLING thorn. D unp. 10831. 
See Yates, Herbert Leslie. 

CRAIG, Linda Lou, pseud. See Lane, 
Dorothy Mildred Guyon. 

CRAIG, WALTER. 
All in one night; or, Mister In-between. 
A comedy in three acts, adapted by 
Walter Craig and Joseph Reedy [pseud.] 
from the original by Rudolph Lothar 
and Alfred Gruenwald. © Walter Craig, 
New York; Joseph H. Neebe (Joseph 
Reedy) Grosse Pointe, Mich.; lc 80ct47; 
D unp. 1838. New matter: revisions. 
Prev. reg. "The butler takes a wife," 
23Feb44, D unp. 87027; "Blueprint for 
happiness," lSep44; D unp. 90455. 

CRAIN, WILLIAM HENRY. 
Brains and eggs. A play in three acts. 

© William Henry Crain, Jr., Austin, 

Tex.; lc 15Sep47; D unp. 10911. 
Uncle George. A play in three acts. © 

William Henry Crain, Jr., Austin, Tex.; 

lc 15Sep47; D unp. 10910. 

CRANCER, GEORGE ALOYSIOUS. 
Married again and again, a play in three 
acts. © George A loyslous Crancer, 
Lincoln, Neb.; lc 17Sep47; D unp. 1656. 

CRANDALL, FRANCES ELIZABETH. 
Mix-up in Midvale, a comedy in one act 
© Frances E. Crandall (Mrs. George C), 
Haddonfield, N. J.; lc 7Nov47; D unp. 
11368. 

CRANDALL, Mrs. George C. See 
Crandall, Frances Elizabeth. 

CRANZ, Albert 
Valses d'amour. D pub. 1228. See 
D'Hanswyck, Yoris. 

THE CREAM in the well. See Riggs, Lynn. 
Four plays. D pub. 11925^ 

CREHAN, Kate, pseud. See Griffin, 
Catherine M. 

THE CRESTED ring. D unp. 10495. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2261-1486. 

CRESTVIEW Junction. D unp. 10420. See 
Moseley, George Van Horn, Jr. 

CRICKET'S cry. D unp. 9736. See Stieg- 
litz, Perry J. 

THE CRIME Clinic. C 1740. See Scofleld, 
Lou. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CRIME DOCTOR (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Max Mar- 
ciru © Max Marcin, New York. 

355. June 8, 1947. © lc lju!47; D imp. 
9684. 

356. June 15, 1947. © lc ljul47; D unp. 
9683 

357. June 22, 1947. © lc ljul47; D unp. 
9682. 

358. 359. June 29, July 6, 1947. © lc 
each 8Aug47; D unp. 1317, 1318. 

361-363. July 20, 27, Aug. 3, 1947. © 

lc each 3Sep47- D unp. 1534-1536. 
364-368. Aug. 10, 17, 24 31, Sept 7, 

1947. © lc each 23Sep47; D unp. 

1852-1856. 
369-371. Sept. 14, 21, 28, 1947. © lc 

each 130ct47; D unp. 11073-11075. 
372-374. Oct 5, 12, 19, 1947. © lc 

each 25Nov47; D unp. 11750-11752. 

CRIME goes to press. D unp. 10806. See 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 33. 

CRIME talks back. D unp. 11510. See 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 16. 

CRIMINAL casebook of The Society for 
the Prevention of Crime. D unp. 11975. 
See Burnett, Murray. 

A CRIMINAL introduction. D pub. 9846. 
See Peach, Lawrence Du Garde. 

CRIMINALS at large. D unp. 10985. See 
Waters, James F. Human heap. 

CRIPPEN, BLANCHE. 
Food for thought. Radio script, May 19, 
1947. © Charles M. Dale, Concord, 
N. H.; lc HAug47; C 1782. 

CRITICS' award. D unp. 10586. See 
Laskoff, Leo L. 

CROCCO, J. PETER. 
Little Boy Blue, a comedy in three acts, 
by J. Peter Gregg [pseud.J © J. Peter 
Crocco, New York; lc 25jul47; D unp. 
10576. 

CROOKS are where you find them. D unp. 
10696. See The Lone Ranger, no. 
2273-14587 

THE CROONER'S Club. D unp. 11312. See 
Biddle, Earl Vernon. 

CROSLEY Broadcasting Corporation. 
At home with the Angels. D unp. 11418. 

See Kelley, Dennis. 
Dixie sunshine special. C 1630. See 

Jay, Verne. 
Is this your story? C 1855, D unp. 11245. 

See Jay, Verne. 
Let's take a look. D unp. 11966. See 

Brown, David. 
Listeners choice. C 1731. See Stern, 

Alan. 
Melody revue. C 1712. See Brown, 

David. 
Moonlight caravan. C 1528. See Jay, 

Verne. 
Morning star. C 1709. See Stern, Alan. 
Pleasure cruise. C 1527. See Brown, 

David. 
Rendezvous with Ramona. C 1693. See 

Stern, Alan. 
Request performance. C 1680. See 

Thomas, Frazier. 
A Saturday night date. C 1728. See 

Brown, David. 
Song and story. C 1718. See Stern, Alan. 
Sunshine melodies. C 1719. See Jay, 

Verne. 
Your birthday man. C 1529. See Brown, 

David. 



Your romantic troubador. 
Kelley, Dennis. C 1702. 
Stern, Alan. C 1730. 



See 



CROSS word puzzles on the air. D pub. 
10626. See Peach, John Richard. 

CROSSMAN, Ralph W. 
Man in the White House series. D unp. 
1424. See Spillman, Sanford. 

CROSSTOWN. D unp. 11194. See Car- 
rington, Elaine. 

CROW, EMILY POLK. 
Melissa, a comedy. In three acts. © 
Emily Polk Crow, Austin, Tex.; lc 
26Jul47; D unp. 9973. 

CROWE LL, CEDRIC R. 
Keep Misery out of port, a miserable 
skit of the Misery Clan and their pro- 
jected invasion of Port Washington, by 
Cedric R. Crowell and Hester F. Cro- 
well. © Cedric R. Crowell, Port 
Washington, N. Y.; lc 14Sep47; D unp. 
10924. 

CROWELL, Hester F. 
Keep Misery out of port. D unp. 10924. 
See Crowell, Cedric R. 

CROZE R, ERIC. 
Albert Herring, comic opera in three 
acts; libretto freely adapted from a 
short story by Guy de Maupassant, by 
Eric Crozier. Music by Benjamin 
Britten. London, New York, Hawkes & 
Son [19471. 93 p. 21cm. Without 
music. © Hawkes & Son, London, ltd.; 
3Jul47; D pub. 9914. 

THE CRUCIFIXION and resurrection of 
Christ. D unp. 11626. See Jones, Willa 
Saunders. 

CRUGER, PAUL. 
Chip of the Flying U. Radio script, 
based on the character created by B. M. 
Bower. © Paul Cruger, Hollywood; lc 
21Nov47; D unp. 11815. 

CRUISE of death. D pub. 9958. See 
Reach, James. 

A CRY in the night. D unp. 10541. See 
Webber, Gordon. 

CUCKOO'S nest D unp. 10409. See 
Loshak, Louis Allan. 

CULLINAN, THOMAS PATRICK. 
O'Malley's wake, a three act play. © 
Thomas Patrick Cullinan, Cleveland; 
lc 270ct47; D unp. 11160. 

CUNY, THERESE MARIE. 
I'm seventeen. Monologue. © Therese 
Marie Cuny, Chicago; lc 2Jul47; C 1615. 

CURIOSITY and the cat. D unp. 11652. 
See Bowman, Amos Alvin. 

CURIOSITY Shop. D unp. 11669. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CURRY, JOHN ROBERT. 
The gift A Christmas pageant 5 leaves. 
© J. R. Curry, Jr., High Point, N. C; 
lc lDec47; D unp. 11823. 

THE CURSE of the gypsies. D unp. 11249. 
See The Shadow, no. 306. 

CURTISS, MARY E. 
Dance and be merry; radio script Story 
by Mary E. Curtiss, music by John K. 
Bowman. Text only. © Mary E. Curtiss, 



Covington, Ky.; lc 12Aug47; D unp. 1356. 

Hat magic. Episode in the radio program 
"Twinkle Tale." © Mary E. Curtiss, 
Covington, Ky.; lc 16Dec47; D unp. 
11957. 

Snowball; radio script Story by Mary E. 
Curtiss. music by John K. Bowman. 
Text only. © Mary E. Curtiss, Coving- 
ton, Ky.; lc 12Aug47; D unp. 1355. 



CUSSED old man. D unp. 10492. 
Lone Ranger, no. 2258-1483. 



See The 



CUSTODIO, ALVARO MUNOZ. 
Mustard seed, a satire in three acts, by 
Alvaro Custodio and Roc Galvann. © 
Alvaro Custodio and (Roc) Pedro Gal- 
van N., Mexico City; lc 31Jul47; D unp. 
1243. 

CUTLER, J. Kenneth. See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 14. C 1814. 

CUTLER, STAN. 
No time like the present. American 
Theatre Wing radio script, series A, 
no. 3. © Stan Cutler, New York; 
150ct47; D pub. 11094. 

CYNTHIA. D unp. 9797. See Lux Radio 
Theatre, June 23, 1947. 

CYRANO de Bergerac. See Bataille, 
Marie Louise. Sixieme acte. D pub. 
1825. 

- D - 

DACE, EDWIN WALLACE. 
And never go to sea, a play in one act 
by Wallace Dace. © Edwin Wallace 
Dace, New Haven; lc 24Nov47; D unp. 
11722. 
The silence of the sea, a play in one act 
by Wallace Dace; based on a story in 
French by Vercour, translated by 
Maria Jolas. © Edwin Wallace Dace, 
New Haven; lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11721. 

DACE, Wallace. See Dace, Edwin Wallace. 

DAILEY, VINCENT E. 
Room no. 13, a mystery-comedy in three 
acts. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer Pub. 
Co., c 1947. 86 p. 19cm. © Edward I. 
Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la.; 21Jul47; D 
pub. 10672. 

DALE, Charles M. 
Food for thought C 1782. See Crippen, 
Blanche. 

DALE, Ruth, pseud. See Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

DALLAS, A. L. 
The light eternal. D pub. 1771, 11811. 
See Horner, Bryan R. 

DAM the angel. D unp. 1274. See Miller, 
James Irvin. 

LA DAME aux Camelias. See 
Allan, Andrew. Camille. D unp. 10925. 
Bataille, Marie Louise. Sixieme acte. 

D pub. 1825. 
Dumas, Alexandre. Camille. D unp. 
11256. 



THE DAMNATION of Kitty Jones. 
10661. See Rubin, Daniel N. 



D unp. 



DAN and Lefty Willis. D unp. 11694. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2324-1549. 

jjANA, Richard Anderson. See Your Hit 
Parade (Radio program) 



146 



C \T \ LOG OF con l{ l<; II T ENTR I KS 



DANCE and be merry. D unp. 1356. See 
Curtiss, Mary E. 

THE DANCING teapot. D unp. 9934. See 
The Story Hour, June 21, 1947. 

DANE, CLEMENCE. 
Call home the heart, a play. In two acts. 
Clemence Dane, London; lc 4Jul47; 
D unp. 9814. 

DANE, ESSEX. 
The man from nowhere, a mystery play 
in three acts. © Essex Dane, New 
York; lc 22Jun47; D unp. 10442. 

DANE, Marcia, pseud. See Minsky, 
Marguerite Marcia. 

DANGER belle. D unp. 10798. See Ben- 
nett, Rebecca Maria. 

DANIEL, John I. See Sermon of the Week, 
no. 12. C 1812. 

DANIELIAN, LEO. 
Darosa Tzezee, by Leo Danielian, Hratch 
Kludjian, Chuck Mugrdechian, Alice 
Boghosian and Herbert Elmassian. 
Original Armenian play. In three acts. 
© Leo Danielian, Alice Boghosian, 
Hratch Kludjian, Herbert Elmassian, 
Los Angeles; Chuck Mugrdechian, 
Fresno, Calif.; lc 6Jul47; D unp. 9748. 

DANIELS, MICHAEL. 
Lieutenant Higgins. A play in thirteen 
scenes. © Michael Daniels, Brooklyn; 
lc 14Aug47; D unp. 10701. 

DANIELS, Norman A. See Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

DANIELS, Perris, pseud. See Golt, 
Harry Thomas. 

DANELSON, EDWIN WALDEMAR. 
Ernes links; or, An idea about atoms, 
molecules, magnetism and electricity. 
A lecture. © Edwin Waldemar Daniel- 
son. High Point, N. C; lc 25Nov47; 
C 1931. 

DAPHNE. D unp. 10502. See Wilhelm, 
Gertine Ahrens. 

DARATSAKIS, Stella. See Darkas, Ilya. 

DARIA, CECILIA NASH. 
Tomorrow is another day; three act 
drama. © Cecilia Nash Daria, New 
York; lc 31Jul47; D unp. 1244. 

DARK encounter. See Riggs, Lynn. Four 
plays. D pub. 11$2T. 

DARKAS, Ilya. 
Roupel. D unp. 11330. See Joannopoulos, 
Dimitris. 

DARLING Donna Grey. D unp. 11712. See 
Ballard, Francis Drake. 

DAROSA Tzezee. D unp. 9748. See 
Danielian, Leo. 

THE DAUGHTERS of Tevye. D unp. 10934. 
See The Eternal Light, no. 142. 

DAUM, IDA C. E. 
Four leaf clover finds good friends. 
Film script © Ida C. E. Daum, Allen- 
town, Pa.; lc 30Jul47; D unp. 1394. 

D'AURIA, Gemma. See Houston, Gemma 
d'Auria. 

DAVENPORT, FRANCES LITTLEFIELD. 
Cloisonne, a play in three acts. © 



Frances Davenport, Los Angeles; lc 
10jul47; D unp. 1294. 

DAVID, Robert. See Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

DAVID and Cathy take a trip and their day 
in the country. C 1713. See Abeson, 
Marion Berland. 

DAVrD and Goliath. D unp. 1794. See 
The Children's Chapel, no. 6. 

DAVID Copperfield. D unp. 1972. See 
Berger, Howard M. 

DAVID HARDING, COUNTERSPY (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Lord, inc. 
© Lord, inc., New York. 

257. June 1, 1947. Case of the victimized 
war widow. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1280. 

258. June 8, 1947. Case of the planted 
money. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1281. 

259. June 15, 1947. Case of the Singapore 
counterfeits. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1282. 

260. June 22, 1947. Case of the musical 
geologist. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1283. 

261. June 29, 1947. Case of the double 
dilemma. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1284. 

262. July 6, 1947. Case of the banker's 
blonde. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1285. 

263. July 13, 1947. Case of the profes- 
sor's pony. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1286. 

264. July 20, 1947. Case of the uncons- 
cious lady. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1287. 

265. July 27, 1947. Case of the corpse's 
alibi. © lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1288. 

266. Aug. 3, 1947. Case of the aeluro- 
phobic killer. © lc 8Aug47; D unp. 1316. 

267. Aug. 10, 1947. Case of the phoney 
physician. © lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1625. 

268. Aug. 17, 1947. Case of the wrong 
better. © lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1626. 

269. Aug. 24. 1947. Case of the stolen 
report © lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1627. 

270. Aug. 31, 1947. Case of the silent 
stevedore. © lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1628. 

271. Sept 7, 1947. Case of the monster 
of Manor Lake. © lc HSep47; D unp. 
11180. 

272. Sept 14, 1947. Case of the syn- 
thetic jewels. © lc 30Sep47; D unp. 
1757. 

273. Sept 21, 1947. Case of the muddled 
manager. © lc 30Sep47; D unp. 1758. 

274. 275. Sept 28, Oct. 5, 1947. Case of 
the continental chase, pts. 1, 2. © lc 
each 90ct47; D unp. 1865, 1866. 

276. Oct 12, 1947. Case of the phony 
passport paper. © lc 290ct47; D unp. 
11222. 

277. Oct 19, 1947. Case of the inter- 
national food racketeers. © lc 290ct47; 
D unp. 11223. 

278. Oct 26, 1947. Case of the black- 
mailed beauty. © lc 290ct47; D unp. 
11224. 

279. Nov. 2, 1947. Case of the tire ter- 
mites. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11656. 

280. Nov. 9, 1947. Case of the five fatal 
females. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11657. 

281. Nov. 16, 1947. Case of the poison 
in the pen. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11658. 

282. Nov. 23, 1947. Case of the blonde 
badger. © lc 16Dec47; D unp. 11949. 

283. Nov. 30, 1947. Case of the margin 
for murder. © lc 16Dec47; D unp. 11950. 

284. Dec. 7, 1947. Case of the war 
trophies. © lc 16Dec47; D unp. 11951. 

DAVIDSON, ARNOLD BENJAMIN. 
Apollo's applecart; or, Apollo's follies. 
A satirical comedy in one act © 
Arnold Benjamin Davidson, La Crescenta, 
Calif.; lc 18Sep47; D unp. 10945. 



Sweet adversity, a play m four acts by 
Arnold Benjamin Davidson and Florence 
R. Davidson. O Arnold Benjamin David- 
son, La Criscenta, Calif.; lc 8Dec47; 
D unp. 11991. 

DAVIDSON, Caroline F. 
Beauty and the beef. D pub. 11200. See 
Davidson, William Fuson. 



DAVIDSON, David 
The golden horse. 
Rogers, John Lewis 



The golden horse. D unp. 1193b. See 



DAVIDSON, Ephralm. 
The Siena piano-forte. D pub. 11992. 
See Carml, Avner. 

DAVIDSON, Florence R. 
Sweet adversity. D unp. 11991. See 
Davidson, Arnold Banjamln. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM FUSON. 
Beauty and the beef, a comedy In three 
acts. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
[19471. 106 p. 19cm. 5 William F. 
Davidson, Caroline F. Davidson, St. 
Paul; 29Sep47; D pub. 11200. 

DAVIES, DONALD MacNEILL. 
Assignment, please. Script, no. 1. 

Donald M. Davies, Arlington, Va.; lc 

10Nov47; C 1880. 
Bozo of the Big Top. Scripts, nos. 1-3. 

© Donald M. Davies, Arlington. Va.; 

lc each 8Sep47; D unp. 10852-16854. 



DAVES, Marjorie L. 
Marjorie L. Davies. 



See McKnight, 



DAVIS, ELSIE PEARSON. 
At the Sign of the Falcon, an operetta in 
three acts by Elsie Pearson Davis and 
Thomas Arthur Davis. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © Elsie Pearson 
Davis, Thomas Arthur Davis, East 
Orange, N. J.; lc 90ct47; D unp. 1872. 

DAVIS, FITZROY. 

Hedda Gable r. D unp. 1663. See Ibsen, 
Henrik. 

Marshall Field merry-go-round. Tele- 
vision script © Fitzroy Davis, New 
York; lc 17Nov46; D unp. 1662. 

DAVIS, HALLIE FLANAGAN. 
E - MC . A living newspaper on the 
Atomic Age. A play in two parts. © 
Hallie Flanagan Davis, Northampton, 
Mass.; lc 22Aug47; D unp. 1468. 

DAVIS, Jack A. See Sermon of the Week, 
no. 22. C 1822. 

DAVIS, LUTHER. 
Diamond in the sky, a radio play. © 
Luther Davis, Culver City, Calif.; lc 
17Nov47; D unp. 11488. 

DAVIS, PAUL. 
The world is mine, by John Paul Jack 
[pseud.} Film script. © Paul Davis, 
New York; lc 15Aug47; D unp. 1376. 

DAVIS, PHIL. 
Kaiser- Frazer. 15-second spot for 

radio. © Phil Davis, New York; lc 

13Nov47; C 1908. 
Kaiser-Frazer. One-minute spot for 

radio. Words by Durward Kirby; music 

by Phil Davis. C Phil Davis, New York; 

lc 13Nov47; D unp. 11439. 

DAVIS, Thomas Arthur. 
At the Sign of the Falcon. D unp. 1872. 
See Davis, Elsie Pearson. 

DAVIS, Xavier E., pseud. See Colton, 
Roland Joseph. 

DAWSON, WINSTON FAUNTLEROY. 
Color added, a play In three acts. 
Winston Fauntleroy Dawson, Richmond; 
lc 150ct47; D unp. 1986. 



147 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE DAY after Christmas. D pub. 10900. 
See George, Charles. 

THE DAY before forever. D imp. 10913. 
See Moxley, Marian. 

THE DAY is over. D unp. 11552. See 
Harris, George Edward. 

THE DAY it rained in Jersey. D pub. 11096. 
See Jaffey, Herbert. 

DAY of calamity. D unp. 1816. See Stefik, 
Ludmilla. 

DEAD man's gold. See Le Veque, Edward. 
Adventures of Lucky Sam. Chapter 2. 
D unp. 11757. 

DEAD man's topcoat. D unp. 12070. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 838. 

THE DEAD still live. D unp. 9821. See 
The Sheriff, no. 144. 

DEAD witness. D unp. 12075. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2338-1563. 

DEAN, ELAINE JUANITA. 
Macbeth in jive. A pantomime in dance 
rhythm. 8 leaves. Text only. © 
Elaine Juanita Dean, Washington; lc 
2Dec47; D unp. 11839. 

DEAN Smith story. D unp. 1691. See The 
Adventurers' Club, Sept 27, 1947. 

DEAR Mr. Secretary. D unp. 1505. See 
Alexander, Thomas Ley. 

DEAR Mrs. Adams. D unp. 10678. See 
Meyerson, Elsa B. 

DEAR mother, I'm in jail. D unp. 10829. 

See Reader's Digest Radio Edition, 

no. 77. 

DEAR Santa. D unp. 10931. See Knight, 
J. Stephen. 

DEARSLEY, ALFRED PERCY. 
Fly away Peter, a happy comedy in three 
acts. © Alfred Percy Dearsley, Ash- 
ford, Kent, Eng.; lc 21Jul47; D unp. 
10523. 

DEATH across the table. D unp. 11443. 

See Reader's Digest Radio Edition, 

no. 87. 

THE DEATH and life of Jonathan Lord. 
D unp. 10862. See Dr. Christian, no. 451. 

DEATH has eight arms. D unp. 11830. 
See The Shadow, no. 309. 

DEATH hunt D unp. 11829. See The 
Shadow, no. 308. 

DEATH on the flying trapeze. D unp. 11384. 
See The Green Hornet, no. 825. 

DEATH ray. D unp. 11065. See Romano, 
Armando. 

DEATH takes the wheel. D unp. 11248. 
See The Shadow, no. 305. 

DEBATING with the devil. D unp. 1900. 
See Zilinskas, Richard Vincent 

DE Benn, Gertrude Velida. See Benn, 
Gertrude Velida de. 

DE BONITTO, CHARLES. The house of 
rebellion, a play in three acts. © Charles 
de Bonitto, New York; lc llSep47; D unp. 
10897. 



DeCAPUA, Angelo George. 
Ballade. D unp. 1655. See Hastings, 
Marjorie Goff. 

DECISION! D unp. 11723. See Kaufman, 
Jerry Ira. 

A DECISION must be made. See 
Weathers, Winston. Adventures in 
radio. D pub. 10989. 

DE COSTA, LEON. 
Made for love, a musical fantasy in three 
acts. Text only. © Leon de Costa, 
New York; lc 17Jun47; D unp. 10894. 

DEEP in the heart of show biz. D unp. 
10513. See Reader's Digest — Radio 
Edition, no. 71. 



DeGEOOT, Roy. See 
(Radio program) 



The National Hour 



DEKOBRA, MAURICE. 
Le Carnaval des spectres, drame en 
quatre actes. © M. Dekobra (ps. de 
Tessier), Paris; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 
11211. 

DE LANEY, Kathleen Booth. 
The Constitution. D unp. 1500. See 

Norwich, N. Y. Norwich High School. 
The romance of Muller Hill. D unp. 

1502. See Norwich, N. Y. Norwich 

High ScRobl. 

DE LARA, Antonio. See Lara, Antonio de. 

DELGADO, Stella, pseud. See Aivaz, 
Stella Delores. 

DELIGHT in disorder. D unp. 1380. See 
Gallagher, Charles W. 

DELILAH. D unp. 9969. See Vigouroux, 
George. 

DE LUXE Annie. D unp. 11582. See 
Clark, Edward. 



DEMOCRACY in action. C 1721. 
Smith, Mattie Elaine. 



See 



DEMOCRACY versus communism. C 1894. 
See Lewis, Lester H. 

THE DEMOISELLE of the three petticoats. 
D unp. 1340. See Smith, Sidney Wilbur. 

DENHOLM, EDNA MAE. 
The rare bird, by Edna Denholm, Con- 
stance Kelly, and Mary Moore. A play 
in one scene. © Edna Mae Denholm, 
Constance Joy Kelly, Mary Stewart 
Moore, Coronado, Calif.; lc 13Jul47; 
D unp. 9850. 

DENISON (T. S.) and Company. 
The adorable imp. D pub. 11164. See 

Tobias, Jay. 
The amateurs' talent contest D pub. 

11197. See Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 
Aunt Minnie comes to town. D pub. 11743. 

See St Clair, Robert 
Aunt Polly from Peru. D pub. 10954. 

See Phelps, Pauline. 
The best teacher. D pub. 11104. Se e 

Huber, Louis Joseph. 
Brother Betty. D pub. 11303. See Pro- 
vence, Jean. 
Christmas story. See 

Ashton, Leonora Sill. D pub. 11524. 

George, Charles. D pub. 11196. 
The dipsy Dooleys. D pub. 11742. See 

Provence, Jean. 
Jolly junior assembly plays. D pub. 11645. 

See Clark, Jean. 



Kentucky Sue. D pub. 11744. See 

George, Charles. 
Little Tommy Tucker. D pub. 11525. 

See George, Charles. 
Romantic Ricky. D pub. 11644. See 

Heenan, Barry. 
The Shepherds and the Wise men. D pub. 

10834. See Phillips, Addison Leroy. 
Sitters in revolt. D pub. 10746. See 

Hartman, Zoe. 
The stolen submarine; or, Who done it? 

D pub. 11302. See Kaser, Arthur 

LeRoy. 
The swamp house. D pub. 10988. See 

St Clair, Robert 
Wild rose. D pub. 11015. See George, 

Charles. 

DENKER, Henry. See The Greatest Story 
Ever Told (Radio program) 

DENN sie wissen nicht was sie tun. D unp. 
11793. See Brand, Otto. 

DENNYS, JOYCE. 
The bells ring, a comedy in three acts. 
London [1947]. 78 p. illus. 22cm. 
(French s acting edition, no. 1752) © 
Samuel French, ltd., London; 29Sep47; 
D pub. 11809. 

DERELICT dog. D unp. 10691. See 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 493. 

THE DESERT'S bargain. D unp. 1585. 
See Barak, Anna E. 

DESIRE to please. D unp. 9851. See 
Snow, Farley. 

DESMONI, Martin J. 
The antics of five little Perimonks. D 
unp. 10737. See Pike, Mildred Avenelle. 

DESPERATE Ambrose. D pub. 10740. See 
Payton, Donald. 

DESPERATE circumstance. D unp. 12083. 
See Middlebrook, Douglas Percival. 

DESPERATE partners. D unp. 10819. See 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 
46. 

THE DETECTIVE and the girl. D unp. 9764. 
See Blaney, Charles E. 

DETERMINATION. D unp. 11906. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2330-1555. 

DEUS ex machina. D unp. 1353. See 
Folgner, Arthur Maxwell. 

DEUX amours. D pub. 10465. See Vekeman, 
Victor. 

DEUX tasses de cafe noir. D unp. 1230. 
See Riese, Edna. 

DEVANEY, FRANK EDWARD. 
The script teaser show. Radio script © 
Frank Edward Devaney, Bayonne, N. J.; 
lc 18Dec47; C 1962. 

DEVEREUX, LESLIE WARNICK. 
Leatherstocking tales. Radio scripts 
1 and 2, by Leslie Warnick Devereux, 
Paul Fenimore Cooper and John Farqu- 
har. Based on "The Leatherstocking 
tales" of James Fenimore Cooper. © 
Leslie Warnick Devereux, Utica, N. Y.; 
lc each 17Jun47; D unp. 9801, 9802. 

DE VERA, Lillian. See Viera, Lillian 
Jones. 

THE DEVIL quotes Scripture. D unp. 1458. 
See Hicks, Lonnie. 



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DEVIL'S carnival. D unp. 1910. See 
Pettitt, Wilfrid Henry. 

THE DEVIL'S daughter. D unp. 10415. 
See Goff, Madison Leitch. 

DEVIL'S Pass. D unp. 11695. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2325-1550. 

THE DEVIL'S playground. D unp. 1646. 
See Wood, Bert Elkton. 

DE VRY, Guy. See The Shadow (Radio 
program) 

DE WOLF, Karen. 
Casanova. D unp. 11909. See Wilbur, 
Crane. 

D'HANSWYCK, YORIS. 
Valses d'amour, opSrette en trois actes 
de Yoris D'Hanswyck, musique de Max 
Alexys, avec des themes de Fr. Suppe. 
© Albert Cranz, Brussels; 14Nov42; 
D pub. 1228. 

DIAMOND in the sky. D unp. 11488. See 
Davis, Luther. 

DIAS, EARL J. 
I'm Julius Caesar! A one-act comedy. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer Pub. Co., 
c 1947. 29 p. 19cm. © Edward I. 
Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la.; 13Sep47; D 
pub. 1675. 

DI BENEDETTO, ANNIBALE. 
The adverse father. A play in three acts. 
© Annibale Di Benedetto, New York; 
lc 24Sep47; D unp. 1705. 

DICK, James Allen. 
Record-a- request D unp. 1835. See 
Sutherland, Jane Clay. 

DICK Whittington and his cat D unp. 9885. 
See Mack, Nila. 

DICKASON, ALBERT. 
The Barnum diary. A musical comedy in 
two parts, based on the life of P. T. 
Barnum. © Albert Dickason, Bridge- 
port, Conn.; lc ljul47; D unp. 10413. 

DICKENS, Charles. 
A Christmas carol; 
George, Charles. 

D pub. 11196. 
Paskman, Dailey. 
David Copperfield. 



See 
A Christmas story. 

Scrooge. D unp. 11841. 
D unp. 1972. See 



Berger, Howard M. 

DiDATO, CARMELO JOSEPH. 
Aria, a play in three acts and nine scenes. 

© Carmelo Joseph DiDato, Jackson 

Heights, N. Y.; lc 180ct47; D unp. 11042. 
Heart song, a modern tragedy in three 

acts and four scenes. © Carmelo J. 

DiDato, Jackson Heights, N. Y.; lc 

5Aug47; D unp. 1305. 

DIE NA, JACQUES. 
La priere du bourreau, piece en trols 
actes et trois tableaux. © Jacques 
Diena, Paris; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 11006. 

DIENER, WILLIAM TRAUGOTT. 
Charade parade; scripts 1, 2. A comedy 
drama, adaptable for stage, radio tele- 
vision and motion pictures. © William 
T. Diener, Chicago; lc each 2Aug47; 
D unp. 1261, 1262. 
Word detective; scripts 1,2. A comedy 
drama, adaptable for stage, radio tele- 
vision and motion pictures. © William 
T. Diener, Chicago; lc each 2Aug47; 
D unp. 1259, 1260. 



DIERICX. WALTER. 
The bully, a short comedy in three acts 
for ten women, by Walter Diericx and 
Conrad Carter. London, C. H. Fox, 
C1946. 62 p. 22cm. (No. 50) © 
Samuel French, ltd., London; 31Dec46; 
D pub. 11807. 

DIERKSHEIDE, EDWIN H. 
A changed G. I. A play in three acts. © 
Edwin H. Dierksheide, Bradner, Ohio; 
lc 150ct47; D unp. 11171. 

DEETZ, SUSAN M. 
Pathway to friendship. Announcement 
© Susan M. Dietz, Providence; lc 
3Nov47; C 1868. 

LE DIEU vlvant chez les jeunes. D pub. 
1821. See Malard, Cita (Vandaele). 

A DIFFICULT presentation. D unp. 11235. 
See Rudolph, Bert Alexander. 

DILEMMA of a secret D unp. 1235. See 
Rimmer, Caroline Lotti. 

DiLEO. PE TRONIC 
The ' We Do It" Agency, a one-act 
farce-comedy. © Petronio DiLeo, 
North Bergen, N. J.; lc 4Nov47; D unp. 
11346. 

DILL, MAX MILLIAN. 
The high cost of loving, taken from the 
German farce, "Die Spanische Fliege." 
A play in three acts by Ernst Bach and 
Franz Arnold, translated into English 
by Martha Bach, with additional English 
dialogue material supplied by Max M. 
Dill. © Max M. Dill. San Francisco; lc 
15Aug47; D unp. 1809. 

DINNER, WILLIAM. 
The fair and lovely, a comedy in one act, 
by William Dinner and William Morum. 
London [1947]. 23 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 841) © Samuel 
French, ltd., London; 8Sep47; D pub. 
11144. 

DINSMORE, Herman Henry. 
One man in a cellar. D unp. 1359. See 
Kruse, Benedict Wecht 

THE DIPSY Dooleys. D pub. 11742. See 
Provence, Jean. 

THE DISC jockeys. D unp. 11550, 11551. 
See Shulman, Max. 

DISCORD. D unp. 9676. See Barron, Abe 
B. 

DISKIN, Morris. 
Keys to fortune. C 1666. See Ross, 
Arthur M. 

DISQUE, Brice. See 
Nick Carter, Master Detective (Radio 
program) 

IL DISSOLUTO pentito. D pub ; 1461. See 
Scarlatti, Alessandro. 11 trionfo dell' 
onore. 

THE DIVINE Flora. D pub. 11798. See 
Ryerson, Florence. 

THE DIVINE honeymoon. C 1751. See 
MacNeil, Harry. 

DKIE sunshine special. C 1630. See 
Jay, Verne. 

DO give — be. D unp. 9874. See Ben- 

ner, Joseph Henry. 



THE "DO you have a friend?" radio show. 
D unp. 10878. See Beck, Edward M. 

DOC Drummond's strange case. D unp. 
11390. See TheLoneRanger.no. 
2284-150"37 

THE DOCK robber gang. D unp. 1885. 
See The Green Hornet, no. 822. 

THE DOCTOR and the president D unp. 
1609. See Wallsten, Robert 

DR. CHRISTIAN (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by McCann- 
Erlckson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, 
Inc., New York. 

445. June 4, 1947. Strange caller. © 
lc 31Aug47; D unp. 10860. 

446. June 11, 1947. Wife of a hero. © 
lc 28Jun47: l unp. 9824. 

447. June 18, 1947. Dr. Christian award 
winners. S lc 28Jun47; D unp. 9825. 

448. June 25, 1947. Coming in on a 
cloud. S lc 28Jun47; D unp. 9826. 

449. July 2, 1947. For better of for 
worse. § lc 30ct47; D unp. 11495. 

450. July 9, 1947. The century plant © 
lc 31Aug47; D unp. 10861. 

451. July 16, 1947. The death and life of 
Jonathan Lord. © lc 31Aug47; D unp. 
10862. 

452. July 23, 1947. A pearl gray fedora. 
© lc 31Aug47: D unp. 10863. 

453. July 30, 1947. The street called 
"Now/' © lc 31Aug47; D unp. 10864. 

454. Aug. 6, 1947. Paid in full. © lc 
31Aug47; D unp. 10865. 

455. Aug. 13, 1947. Heritage. © lc 
31Aug47; D unp. 10866. 

456. Aug. 20, 1947. Princess. © lc 
31Aug47; D unp. 10867. 

457. Aug. 27, 1947. And the sun stood 
still. © lc 31Aug47; D unp. 10868. 

458. Sept 3, 1947. The oath. © lc 
3Nov47; D unp. 11466. 

459. Sept 10, 1947. The lovin' hearted. 
© lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11467. 

460. Sept 17, 1947. The Norton nose. 
© lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11468. 

461. Sept 24, 1947. Twenty year prom- 
ise. © lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11469. 

462. Oct 1, 1947. The boy from Texas. 
© lc 3Nov47: D unp. 11470. 

463. Oct 8, 1947. His father's son. © 
lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11471. 

464. Oct 15, 1947. Dr. Christian's 
Cinderella. © lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11472. 

465. Oct 22, 1947. Bible in the window. 
© lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11473. 

DR. Christian award winners. D unp. 9825. 
See Dr. Christian, no. 447. 

DR. Christian's Cinderella. D unp. 11472. 
See Dr. Christian, no. 464. 

DOCTOR Ciardi. D unp. 1392. See Best, 
Charles Monroe. 

DR. I. Q. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C. Grant. 
© Grant Advertising, inc., Chicago. 

June 30, 1947. S lc 29Jun47; C 1511. 
July 7, 1947. S lc 6Jul47; C 1530. 
July 14, 1947. J lc 12Jul47; C 1578. 
July 21, 1947. S lc 20Jul47; C 1587. 
July 28, 1947. 5 lc 27JuI47; C 1639. 
Aug. 4, 1947. © lc 2Aug47; C 1650. 
Aug. 4, 11, 1947. Q lc each 14Aug47; 

C 1670, 1671. 
Aug. 18, 1947. © lc 21Aug47; C 1784. 
Aug. 25, 1947. E lc 28Aug47; C 1785. 
Sept 1, 1947. : lc 4Sep47; C 1738. 
Sept 8, 1947. X lc 14Sep47: C 1746. 
Sept 15, 22, 29, Oct 6, 13, 20 1947. 

lc each 220ct47; C 1792-1797. 
Oct. 27, 1947. : lc 30Oct47; C 1866. 



149 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DR. I. Q. (Radio program) Cont'd. 
Nov. 3, '1947. © lc 6Nov47; C 1876. 
Nov. 10, 1947. © lc 14Nov47; C 1896. 
Nov. 17, 1947. © lc 20Nov47; C 1903. 
Nov. 24, 1947. © lc 28Nov47: C 1939. 
Dec. 1, 8, 1947. © lc each llDec47; 

C 1950, 1951. 
Dec. 15, 1947. © lc 19Dec47; C 1965. 

DR. Rhythm. D unp. 1850. See Spikes, 
Benjamin. 

DR. YOOKLE Kupvaytig. D unp. 1699. 
See Samberg, Benjamin. 

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge. 
Alice in Wonderland. D unp. 1827. See 

Leary, Helen Mary Lillie. 
Lewis in Wonderland. D unp. 11614. 
See Seabury, David. 

DOELLNER, Robert 
Escape from liberty. D pub. 11621. See 
Fellows, Douglas Merritt. 

DOES your prospect have "R.S." C 1613. 
See Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

A DOG named Mabel. D unp. 10534. See 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 491. 

DOKTOR, NIKE OLGA. 
O'Grady's place. A play in three acts. 
©OlgaDoktor, New York; lc 3Dec47; 
D unp. 11856. 

DOKTOR, Olga. See Doktor, Nike Olga. 

DOLBIER, MAURICE. 
Homage to Momus, a comedy in three 
acts. © Maurice Dolbier, Riverside, 
R. I.; lc 230ct47; D unp. 11152. 

DOLLARS to doughnuts. D unp. 11853. 
See Carlsson, Ruth Ethel. 

DOLSON, Hildegarde. 
We shook the family tree. D pub. 11111. 
See Sergei, Christopher. 

DON Cesare. D pub. 9731. See Palma, 
Gennaro de. 

DONAGHY, EMILY. 
A Christmas dream, a Christmas 
pageant; book and lyrics by Emily 
Donaghy, music by Chas. Francis Lane 

t pseud. 1 Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz Pub. 
:o., cl947. 19 p. 23cm. © Lorenz 
Pub. Co., Dayton, Ohio; 21Jul47; D pub. 
1576. 

DONGHI, C. Fiorentino. 
The veil of Isis. D unp. 11276. See 
Rinaldi, Margherita Bertoli. 

DONKEY skin. D unp. 11931. See Let's 
Pretend, Nov. 29, 1947. 

THE DONKEY, the table, and the stick. 
D unp. 1702. See Let's Pretend, Sept 13, 
1947. 

DONNELLY, Mrs. A. G. See Donnelly, 
Elizabeth Norton. 

DONNELLY, Elizabeth Norton. 
Tartuffe. D unp. 1820. See Moliere, 
Jean Baptiste Poquelin. 

DON'T poop on Croop. D unp. 1270. See 
Burpee, Louise Kellam. 

DON'T send a boy. D unp. 9974. See 
Riley, Lawrence. 

DON'T stick your neck out C 1915. See 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



DON'T tell the world. D pub. 11114. See 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

DON'T tote no tales. C 1510. See Scott, 
Flo Hampton. 

DOODLETOWN. D unp. 11650. See 
Shuttleworth, John Henry. 

THE DOOMED valley. D unp. 10667. See 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 18. 

DOORWAY to a new era. D unp. 1442. 
See Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

DORNACRES, D unp. 1819. See Patten, 
Hazel Randolph. 

DORREY, Charles. 
Lili. D unp. 12054. See Shardell, Paul. 

DORTORT, DAVID. 
The flying Dutchman, a play in three acts. 
© David Dortort, Los Angeles; lc 
26Sep47; D unp. 1726. 

DOUB, Albert A. 
Flying double radio program. D unp. 
1787. See Smith, Howard M. 

THE DOUBLE challenge. D unp. 10808. 
See The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 35. 

DOUBLE cross. D unp. 11394. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2288-1513. 

DOUBLE -Double-Cross. D unp. 10531. 
See The Green Hornet, no. 817. 

THE DOUBLE eye. D unp. 1517. See 
Lee, Leonard. 

DOUBLE in hats. D unp. 1696. See Hay, 
Norman William. Fifth Avenue cop. 

DOUBLE trouble. D unp. 1869. See 
Harris, Edith Butcher. Jim and Joe, epi- 
sode 1. 

DOUBTS of earth. D unp. 1301. See Hol- 
lingsworth, Thelma Hall. 

DOUKING, pseud. See Ladoubee, Georges. 

THE DOVES. D unp. 10839. See Lowther, 
George Francis. 

DOWN to earth. D unp. 11053. See Munz, 
Opal Hill. 

A DOWRY for Moira. D pub. 11210. See 
Sheridan, Edward. 

DOWSE, MARY KINGSBURY. 
Etiquette L-T-D on the air! A radio 

quiz drama. © Mary Kingsbury Dowse, 

Chicago; lc 21Jul47; D unp. 9901. 
Etiquette L-T-D on the air! A radio 

quiz drama. © Mary Kingsbury Dowse, 

Chicago; lc 21Jul47; C 1586. 

DOYLE, JAMES H. 
Any old port; or, The triple wedding. By 
James H. Doyle and Alfred White. A 
comedy in five episodes. © James H. 
Doyle, Pawtucket, R. I.; Alfred White, 
Mt Vernon, N. Y.; lc 3Sep47; D unp. 
10822. 

THE DRAGNET. D unp. 9710. See Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

DRAGON'S Breath Mountain. D unp. 9923. 
See Hills, Elinor Wing. 

DRAKE, CONSTANCE. 
So merrily we sail, a musical play in two 



acts, by Constance Drake. Music and 
lyrics by Vincent Travers, George Clif- 
ford and Hugo De Paul. Text only. © 
Constance Drake, New York; lc 19Aug47; 
D unp. 10752. New matter: revisions. 
Prev. reg. 12Feb47; D unp. 7579. 

DRAKESTAIL. D unp. 11357. See Let's 
Pretend, Oct. 18, 1947. 

UN DRAMA de Echegaray, ay! D pub. 
10516. See Tejedor, Luis. 

DRAMA Guild Publishers. 
The atomic blonde. D pub. 11624. See 

Tobias, Jay. 
When sweet sixteen. D pub. 11625. See 
Anderson, H. C. 

DRAMATIC Publishing Company. 
The baby-sitter. D pub. 11198. See 

Sergei, Christopher. 
Candy goes on a diet D pub. 10461. See 

Fisher, Marie. 
Don't tell the world. D pub. 11114. See 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 
The happier we'll be. D pub. 11199. See 

Sergei, Willard John. 
Home sweet homicide. D pub. 11201. See 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 
Husbands are human. D pub. 11202. See 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 
It's whom you know. D pub. 10460. See 

Wallace, Kenneth Noel. 
A present for Elise. D pub. 10462. See 

Kotz, Kathleen Murphy. 
Sally takes a bow. D pub. 10463. See 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 
Shadow of a dream. D pub. 11110. See 

Fernand, Roland F. 
A stay-at-home rebel. D pub. 11108. 

See Sisson, James Gardner. 
Those Websters. D pub. 11112. See 

Fernand, Roland F. 
'Twas the night before Christmas. D pub. 

11107. See Sergei, Christopher. 
Under the spreading Christmas tree. 

D pub. 11106. See Olson, Esther E. 
We shook the family tree. D pub. 11111. 

See Sergei, Christopher. 



DRAMATISTS Play Service, inc. 
Still more solo readings for radio and 
class work. D pub. 11183. See Selig- 
man, Marjorie. 

DRAMATIZATION of the historic atmos- 
phere giving birth to a nation of indivi- 
dualists who named for their first presi' 
dent George Washington. D pub. 1457. 
See Rood, Royal Davenport 



DRAPER, WALT. 
Pick your winner! A farce comedy in 
three acts. New York, S. French [1947], 
105 p. 19cm. © Walt Draper, Urbana, 
III.; 310ct47; D pub. 11802. 

DREAM house. D unp. 9875. See Kirby, 
Mary Paxton. 

DREAM of death. D unp. 11831. See The 
Shadow, no. 310. 

DREAM of melody. D unp. 9912. Peterson, 
Agnes Emelie. 

THE DREAMER cometh. C 1564. See 
Sermon of the Week, no. 6. 

DRESS of the month. D unp. 11880. See 
Schulman, Joseph. 

DRISCOLL, David. See Young Doctor 
Malone (Radio program) 

DRIVER'S boy. D unp. 11407. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2301-1526. 






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C VTALOG OF COI'VKK; II t ENTR] i:s 



DRONE. 
Robert. 



D pub. 10652. See Blum, 



DRYER, BERNARD VICTOR. 
Woman alone. The Cavalcade of America, 
broadcast June 16, 1947. © E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, 
Del.; lc 30Sep47; D unp. 1754. 

DU BOIS, H. GRAHAM. 
Kill the old rooster, a farce in one act 
San Francisco, Banner Play Bureau, 
1947. 23 p. 20cm. © Banner Play 
Bureau, inc., San Francisco; 20Aug47; 
D pub. 10795. 



DUCHOW, Cas. 
Ugly duckling. D pub. 11810. 
Smith, George Smedley. 



See 



DUCK on a rock. D unp. 11887. See 
Coyle, Jessie Mar. 

DUCKERS, LESLIE. 
Hungry bees, a comedy in three acts, by 
Royal Monroe [pseud. J © Leslie Duck- 
ers, Brooklyn; lc 28Jun47; D unp. 9677. 

DUCOVNY, ALLEN. 
Chief of police, a radio program. © 
Allen Ducovny, Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 
26Sep47; D unp. 10973. 
Police chief, a radio program. © Allen 
Ducovny, Forest Hills, N. Y.; lc 
26Sep47; D unp. 10974. 

DUEL with Adina. D unp. 10406. See 
Satenstein, Mildred Meyer. 

DUET for two hands. D pub. 11806. See 
Bell, Mary Hayley. 

DUFF, HARRY JAMES. 
Lonely journey, a one-act play. © Harry 
James Duff, Los Angeles; lc 220ct47; 
D unp. 11579. 
What next, Grandpa Sparks? A one-act 
play. © Harry James Duff, Los Angeles; 
lc 220ct47; D unp. 11580. 

DUKE, Alvah C. 
Harlem. D unp. 1621. See Werth, Paul. 

DULCINEA. D unp. 1601. See Baty, 
Gaston. 

DUMAS, ALEXANDRE. 

Camille; or, Lady of the Camellias. 
Original translation of the play "La 
Dame aux Camelias" of A. Dumas, fils, 
by Claire Luce. © Claire Luce, New 
York; lc 30Oct47j D unp. 11256. 

La Dame aux Camelias. See Allan, 
Andrew. Camille. D unp. 10925. 

Joseph Balsamo. See Rudolph, Bert 
Alexander. A difficult presentation. 
D unp. 11235. 



DUMKEY, Raymond, pseud. 
Wilbur. 



See Braun, 



DUNCAN, JAMES SHERRILL. 
Box social, a radio show by Jim Duncan. 
© James Sherrill Duncan, Fort Dodge, 
la.; lc 30jul47; D unp. 1241. 

DUNCAN, RONALD. 
The eagle has two heads, by Ronald Dun- 
can; adapted from the French play "La 
mort ecoute aux portes," by Jean 
Cocteau. A play in three acts. © 
Ronald Duncan, Hartland, Devon, Eng.; 
lc 5Aug47; D unp. 1302. 

DUNLAP, WALLACE. 
Let the buyer beware. American Theatre 
Wing radio script, series A, no. 4. © 
Wallace Dunlap, New York; 150ct47; 
D pub. 11093. 



DUN LEAVAY, CHARLES A. 
The saga of Bridle Culhane. Radio 
script. © Charles A. Dun Leavay, 
New York; lc 16Jul47; D unp. 9878. 

DUNN, Rebecca Welty. 
Vitamins and villains. D pub. 11441. 
See Becker, Edna. 

DUNN1NGTON, Lewis L. See Sermon of 
the Week, no. 20. C 18207 - 

DUNPHY, THOMAS A. 
Time to say yes, a three act play. © 
Thomas A. Dunphy. Brooklyn; lc 
24Jun47; D unp. 10569. 

DU PONT DE NEMOURS (E. I.) and Com- 
pany. 
The doctor and the president D unp. 

1609. See Wallsten, Robert 
Frontier widow. D unp. 1610. See 

Kent, Prlscilla. 
The Iron Horse. D unp. 12000. See 

Barnouw, Erik. 
Kitchen scientist D unp. 12001. See 

Kent, Priscilla. 
A lady of distinction. D unp. 1753. See 

Frankel, Doris. 
The oath. D 'unp. 12002. See Barnouw, 

Erik. 
Page one. D unp. 1612. See Freeman, 

Charles K. 
The peanut vendor. D unp. 1608. See 

Kent, Priscilla. 
The school for men. D unp. 1611. See 

Lewis, Philip. 
The stirring blood. D unp. 1614. See 

Miller, Sigmund. 
Under the Big Top. D unp. 1613. See 

Barnouw, Erik. 
Woman alone. D unp. 1754. See Dryer, 

Bernard Victor. 

DURANT, DURWARD THOMAS. 
Just Athena, a comedy. In three acts. 
© Durward Thomas DuRant, New York; 
lc 310ct47; D unp. 11263. 

i 
DURRELL, PERCY BROOKS. 
The flag of the United States in the Battle 
of Short Hills, Scotch Plains, New 
Jersey, June 26th, 1777. Address. © 
Percy Brooks Durrell, Fanwood, N. J.; 
lc 19Dec47; C 1961. 

THE DURRUM Twins, pseud. See Robin- 
son, Anne Durrum. 

DURSTINE (ROY S.) INC. 
This is it Convention playlet in three 
acts. Produced for Seagram-Distillers 
Corporation. © Roy S. Durstine, inc., 
New York; lc 16Sep47; D unp. 1606. 

DUTIES of an angel. D pub. 1895, D unp. 
10955. See Edwards, Clarence Raymond. 

DtMOW, OSSIP. 
The earth abideth, a play in three acts by 
Ossip Dymow, translated by J. J. Rob- 
bins. © Ossip Dymow, New York; lc 
29Jul47; D unp. 1383. 

DYRENFORTH, JAMES. 
Sweet yesterday. D pub. 11484. See 

Leaver, Philip. 
Tom Fool, a musical play in two acts. 
Book by James Dyrenforth and Max 
Kester; lyrics by James Dyrenforth; 
music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith. Text 
only. G James Dyrenforth, London; lc 
26Sep47; D unp. 11561. 

- E - 

E : MC2. D unp. 1468. See Davis, Hallie 
Flanagan. 



THE EAGLE has two heads. D unp. 1302. 
See Duncan, Ronald. 

EAGLE -LION Studios, inc. 
Casanova. D unp. 11909. See Wilbur, 
Crane. 

EARDLEY, CARL. 
Age of violence. A play in three acts. 
© Carl Eardley, Alexandria, Va.; lc 
15Aug47; D unp. 1375. 

EARNEST, Adele. 
There's room in the world. D unp. 9805. 
See Harris, Ruth Green. 

THE EARTH abideth. D unp. 1383. See 
Dymow, Ossip. 

THE EARTH of Eldon. D unp. 10544. See 
Wattron, Frank J. 

THE EASEL and the hearth. D unp. 12048. 
See Resaag, Jan. 

EASTON, LESTER WILLIAM. 
It happened one Sunday afternoon. A 
dramatic composition. 3 leaves. © 
Lester W. Easton, New York; lc 
310ct47; D unp. 11867. 

EASTON, SIDNEY. 
The Isle of Boombye, a musical comedy. 
In two acts. Text only. © Sidney 
Easton, Corona, N. Y.; lc 9Dec47; D 
unp. 11881. 

EASTWARD ho. D unp. 11297. See Smith, 
Milton. 

EASTWARD in Eden. D unp. 1861. See 
Gardner, Dorothy. 

EASY does it D unp. 1620. See Molarsky, 
Delmar. 

EAT and grow thin. C 1584. See 

O' Flaherty, Daniel Cullers. 

EATON, FRANCES QUAINTANCE. 
Happy holiday; radio script © Frances 
Quaintance Eaton, New York; lc 
15Jul47; D unp. 9863. 

EBSEN, CHRISTIAN. 
Honest John, a play in three acts and 
seven scenes. © Christian Ebs en, Jr., 
New York; lc 10Oct47; D unp. 11022. 



ECKHARDT, Agnes. 
Frontier widow. D unp. 1610. 
Priscilla. 



See Kent, 



EDDY, DAVID. 
The package from Chambon, a Christmas 
play in three acts. ^ James E. Walter, 
Boston; 6Nov47; D pub. 11923. 

THE EDEN Room. D unp. 1251. See 
Blake, William Dorsey. 



EDITION Turicaphon ltd. 
Kleinstadt Zauber. D pub. 11076. 
Benatzky, Ralph. 



See 



EDITIONS du Seuil. 
II ne faut jurer de rien. D pub. 12037. 
See Ladoubee, Georges. 

EDITIONS Jean Michel. See Michel (Jean) 
Editions. 

EDNEY, FLORENCE LOUISA. 
Where were we? A dramatic composition 
in six scenes. T Florence Edney, New 
York; lc 17Nov47; D unp. 11587. 



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THE EDUCATED hog.. ..animals. D unp. 
1574. See Yeadon, Clyde G. 

EDWARD my son. D unp. 1731. Sge 
Morley, Robert. 

EDWARDS, CLARENCE RAYMOND. 

Duties of an angel, a Passion play with 
scenes arranged for motion picture 
production. 42 leaves. © Clarence 
Raymond Edwards, Walla Walla, Wash.; 
lc 22Sep47; D unp. 10955. 

Duties of an angel, a Passion play with 
scenes arranged for motion picture 
production. 42 leaves. © Clarence 
Raymond Edwards, Walla Walla, Wash.; 
29Sep47; D pub. 1895. 

EDWARDS, FRED. 
Peace on earth. A play. 8 leaves. © 
Fred Edwards, New York; lc 29May47; 
D unp. 9726. 

EDWARDS, RICHARD CEASER. 
The shoe clerk. Outline for a pantomime 
comedy act © Richard Ceaser Ed- 
wards, Stockton, Calif.; lc 15Dec47; 
D unp. 11956. 

EGGERS, Lillian. See Conway, Lillian 
Eggers. 

EHLE, JOHN MARSDEN. 
Without an end, a 30 minute radio script 
by John Marsden [pseud.] © John 
Marsden Ehle, Jr., Asheville, N. C; 
lc 16Jul47; D unp. 9869. 

EHLERT, FAY ANITA. 
The irrepressible Mrs. Gorman, a 
comedy in three acts. Chicago, 1947. 
97 p. 29cm. © Fay Ehle rt, Chicago; 
5Aug47; D pub. 1438. 

EHRENREICH, Chaim. See Ehrenreich, 
Herman. 

EHRENREICH, HERMAN. 

Dus lied fun Negev (The song of the Negev), 
by Chaim Ehrenreich. A play in two 
acts. © Herman Ehrenreich, Long 
Island, N. Y.; lc 30Sep47; D unp. 1749. 

Der veg tsu freiheit (The road to freedom), 
by Chaim Ehrenreich. 23 leaves. © 
Herman Ehrenreich, Belle Harbor, 
N. Y.; lc 30jul47; D unp. 1239. 



EHRLICH. Max. 
program) 



See The Shadow (Radio 



EIDSON, ANTHONY JORDAN. 
The tin goddess, a play in three acts. © 
Anthony J. Eidson, Chicago; lc 25Aug47; 
D unp. 1474. 

THE EIGHT candle revue. D pub. 11739. 
See Shuster, Leroy C. 

EISENBERG, FRANCES. 

Recital. Dramatization of her story 
"There's one in every family." Adapted 
by Edna Means. 2 leaves. © Frances 
Eisenberg, Philadelphia; 10ct47; D pub. 
11813. 

Remember Mother. Dramatization of her 
story "There's one in every family." 
Adapted by Edna Means. 2 leaves. © 
Frances Eisenberg, Philadelphia; 
10ct47; D pub. 11814. 

There's one in every family. Dramatiza- 
tion of her story There's one in every 
family." Adapted by Edna Means. 2 
leaves. © Frances Eisenberg, Philadel- 
phia; 10ct47; D pub. 11812. 

EISENBERG, Philip. 
Rhumpy, the Rhino. D unp. 1426. See 
Krasnow, Hermann. 



ELDER statesman. D unp. 9734. See 
Jacoby, Lois. 

ELECTION day. D unp. 11944. See 
Mitchell, Ashby John. 

ELECTIVE affinities. D unp. 11122. 
See Barnett, Paul. 

ELEGY. D unp. 1250. See Silver, Warren 
A. 

THE ELEVATOR that wouldn't behave. 
D unp. 1708. See The Story Hour, 
Sept 13, 19471 

ELEVENTH hour. D unp. 1701. See 
Simonson, Theodore Wilmer. 

ELISABETH IRWIN HIGH SCHOOL, New 
York. Senior Class, 1947. 
To whom it may concern, by the Class of 
1947. © Ann Watkins, inc., proprietor, 
New York; lc 3Aug47; D unp. 1275. 

ELIZABETH. D unp. 11283. See_ Van 
Rosen, Rhyissa. 

ELIZABETH refuses. D pub. 9730. See 
MacNamara, Margaret 

E ELLAS pro tou Golgotha. D pub. 11701. 
See Vlachos, Andrew J. 

ELLERT, Gerhart, pseud. See Schmirger, 
Gertrudf. 

ELLIOTT, N. JULIAN. 
St Jerome and the lion, a play in one act 
London [1947]. 27 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 193) © Samuel 
French, ltd., London; 2Sep47; D pub. 
11150. 

ELLIOTT, W. Nevin. 
The false slogan: The Jews killed Jesus. 
C 1566. See Sermon of the Week, no. 7. 

ELLIOTTE, John. See 
The Great Gildersleeve (Radio program) 
The Summerfield Bandstand (Radio pro- 
gram) 

ELLIS, EDITH. \ 
Fields of flax, anlAmerican comedy-drama 
in three acts. © Edith Ellis, New York; 
lc 22Sep47: D unp. 10950. 
The last of the Crusoes, a comedy in two 
acts. © Edith Ellis. New York; lc 
22Sep47; D unp. 10951. 

ELMASSIAN, Herbert \ 
Darosa Tzezee. D unp. 9748. See 
Danielian, Leo. 

ELMER Titus. D unp. 11603. See Billings, 
Andrew Ellsworth. 

ELMIRE Strong. D unp. 9975. See Gilbert, 
Clement Scott 

ELSER, RALPH DONALD. 
Yes, Miss Craig, a play in three acts. © 
Ralph Donald Elser, North Lima, Ohio; 
lc 18Sep47; D unp. 1654. 

EMERGENCE. C 1532. See Kamm, Abra- 
ham R. Causes of crime. 

EMERSON, ELIZABETH H. 
Christmas under the stars, a play in one v 
act Philadelphia, Westminster Press 
[1947]. 32 p. 19cm. © Westminster 
Press, Philadelphia; 220ct47; D pub. 
11609. 

EMES links. C 1931. See Danielson, Edwin 
Waldemar. 



EMMA. D unp. 10418. See Reynal, 
Elizabeth Young. 

EMMONS, DELLA GOULD. 
Marcus and Narcissa Whitman; radio 
script © Delia Gould Emmons, Ta- 
coma; lc 18Nov47; D unp. 11602. New 
matter: revisions. Prev. reg. "Marcus 
Whitman," 22Jun36; D unp. 43350. 

THE EMPEROR of California. D unp. 11401. 
See The Lone Ranger, no. 2295-1520. 

THE EMPTY frame. D unp. 11563. See 
Scopozzi, Elizabeth. 

THE ENCHANTED canary. D unp. 9881. 
See Mack, Nila. 

THE ENCHANTED frog. D unp. 1703. See 
Let's Pretend, Sept. 20, 1947. 

THE ENCHANTED stag. D unp. 9880. See 
Mack, Nila. 

THE END man. D unp. 1342. See Rabin, 
Maurice. 

ENEMY of the people. D unp. 11791. See 
Schenkkan, Robert Frederic. 

ENGLIND (Arvid) Teaterforlag A.B. 
Hjarter kung. D unp. 11433. See Rich- 
ter, Henry. 

ENNIS, WILFRED JOSEPH. 
Identification, a humorous lecture on 
voice identification. In two parts. © 
Wilfred Joseph Ennis, Ridgewood, N. Y.; 
lc 2Jul47; C 1514. 

EPOUSEZ-NOUS, Monsieur. See Clement, 
Victor. Too many brides. D unp. 11278. 

THE EQUATOR. See Fulham, Thomas 
Patrick. The meridian. D unp. 11345. 

EQUINOX. D unp. 11772. See Randolph, 
Donald. 

ERISMANN, Ernest See Mairens, Jacques. 

EROICA. D unp. 11155. See Amfitheatrof, 
Daniels. 

ES war ihr Wunsch, Majestat D pub. 1489. 
See Schmirger, Gertrud. 

ESCAPE. D unp. 1913. See Robson, 
William N. 

ESCAPE from liberty. D pub. 11621. See 
Fellows, Douglas Merritt 

ESCAPE to oblivion. D unp. 10928. See 
Rosten, Robert 

ETERNAL flame. D unp. 11671. See Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

THE ETERNAL husband. D unp. 11335. See 
Barnett, Paul. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT (Radio program) 
Chapters written for this series of broad- 
casts are by various authors. © Jewish 
Theological Seminary of America, New 
York. 

132. June 1, 1947. Pugnacious commo- 
dore, by Morton Wlshengrad. © 9jun47; 
D pub. 10554. 

133. June 8, 1947. The search, by Morton 
Wlshengrad. © 16Jun47; D pub. 10553. 

134. June 15, 1947. How the Sabbath was 
seven minutes late in Tel Aviv, by Arnold 
Perl. © 23Jun47; D pub. 10552. 



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135. June 22, 1947. Case history, by 
Arnold Perl. 6 30Jun47; D pub. 10555. 

137. July 6, 1947. The shamed trumpet, 
by Arnold Perl. lc 21Aug47; D unp. 
10935. 

138. July 13, 1947. The chessmaster, by 
Seymour Ethan. © lc 10Sep47; D unp. 

139. July 20, 1947. Herzl and the min- 
strel, by Arnold Perl. © lc 21Aug47; 
D unp. 10940. 

140. July 27, 1947. Samson In chains, by 
Harold Rosenberg. © lc 21Aug47; D 
unp. 10937. 

141. Aug. 3, 1947. The three gifts, by 
Arnold Perl. © lc 21Aug47; D unp. 
10941. 

142. Aug. 10, 1947. The daughters of 
Tevye, by Joseph Llss. © lc 21Aug47; 
D unp. 10934. 

143. Aug. 17, 1947. The Yeleds of Yeled, 
by Alan Surgal. © lc 21Aug47; D unp. 
10942. 

144. Aug. 24 1947. A tale of Mendele, 
the Bookseller, by Arnold Perl. © lc 
21Aug47; D unp. 10936. 

145. Aug. 31, 1947. The Passover guest, 
by Arnold Perl. © lc 21Aug47; D unp. 
10938. 

146. Sept 7, 1947. And there was light, 
by Alan Surgal. © lc 21Aug47; D unp. 
10939. 

ETHAN, Seymour. See The Eternal Light 
(Radio program) 

ETIQUETTE, JR. D unp. 1520. See 
Hughes, Mary Florence. 

ETIQUETTE L-T-D, on the air! C 1586. 
D unp. 9901. See Dowse, Mary Kingsbury. 

L'Stoile sans nom. D unp. 11005. See 
Btbescu, Anton, principe. Bapteme 
d'etoile. 

ETTLINGER, DON. 
Roving correspondent Radio script © 
Don Ettllnger, New York; lc 22Jul47; 
D unp. 10545. 

EUGENIC laws and their application. 
C 1649. See Huni, Ottilia A. 

EUNSON, DALE. 
Loco, a comedy in two acts, by Dale Eun- 
son and Katherine Albert New York, 
S. French [1947]. 108 p. 19cm. ©Dale 
Eunson, Katherine Albert, New York; 
6Jun47; D pub. 9957. 

EUNSON, Katherine Albert Loco. D pub. 
9957. See Eunson, Dale. 

EVANGELICAL Lutheran Church. Board of 
Parish Education. See The Children's 
Chapel (Radio program) 

EVANS, THOMAS MORTIMER, 
Alladin; or, The wonderful lamp. A panto- 
mime in three acts. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Thomas Mortimer 
Evans. East Providence, R. I.; lc 
270ct47; D unp. 11186. 

EVEN the trees. D unp. 1265. See Payen- 
son, Ruthe. 

EVERY inch a king. D pub. 9844. See 
Corrie, Joe. 

EVERYTHING to me. D unp. 11055. See 
Uren, Bertram Thomas. 

EVIDENCE of a bacterial cause for cancer. 
C 1837. See Caspe, Virginia Wuerthele. 

EWING, PHILIP. 
Wild geese. A play. 88 leaves. © Philip 



Ewtng, New York; lc 29Sep47; D unp. 
1723. 

EWING, William Roy. 
Society for survival. C 1570. See Boch, 
Oscar A. 

EXODUS 1947. D unp. 11864. See Powell, 
Arlyn Sinclair. 

EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN (RADIO PRO- 
GRAM) 
Scripts In this series are by various 

authors. © St Georges & Keyes, inc., 

New York. 

June 8, 1947. The Invisible passenger, by 
Richard M. Blow. © lc ljul47; D unp. 
9679. 

June 15, 1947. The flying stovepipe, by 
A. S. Glnnes. © lc ljul47; D unp. 9681. 

June 22, 1947. The high wall, by Wentzle 
Ruml. © lc ljul47; D unp. 9680. 

June 29, 1947. The hunt, by Richard M. 
Biow. © lc 20jul47; D unp. 9902. 

July 6, 1947. Why pilots crash, by Mar- 
garet LeWerth. © lc 20jul47; D unp. 

July 13, 1947. Ordeal by fire, by Garrett 

Porter. © lc 23jul47; D unp. 9915. 
July 20, 1947. The mighty vacuum, by 

Peter Harkins. © lc 14Aug47; D unp. 

1516. 
July 27, 1947. Hurricane, by Wentzle 

Ruml, m. © lc 25Sep47; D unp. 1710. 
Aug. 3, 1947. Strategy, by Richard M. 

Biow. © lc 25Sep47; D unp. 1711. 
Aug. 10, 1947. Ten million careers, by 

Richard M. Blow. © lc 25Sep47; D unp. 

1712. 
Aug. 17, 1947. One helpless moment, by 

Richard M. Biow. © lc 25Sep47; D unp. 

1713. 
Aug. 24, 1947. The second enemy, by 

Richard M. Biow. © lc 25Sep47; D unp. 

1714. 
Aug. 31, 1947. S. O. S., by Richard M. 

Biow. © lc 25Sep47; D unp. 1715. 

EXPOSED. D unp. 11389. See The Green 
Hornet, no. 830. 

EYE appeal for '47. C 1603. See Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

- F - 

FABIAN. D unp. 1878. See Treadwell, 
Mattie Evelyn. 

FABLES in swing. D unp. 9692. See 
Specht, Paul L. 

THE FACE. D unp. 11247. See The 
Shadow, no. 304. 

THE FACTS of life. D unp. 1421. See 
Clement, Hunt 

FADED lavender. D unp. 1898. See Zi- 
linskas, Richard Vincent 

FAGAN, MYRON COUREVAL. 
La chtenne, a new play In three acts, by 

Myron C. Fagan and Verree Teasdale. 

© Myron C. Fagan, Hollywood; Verree 

Teasdale, Beverly Hills, Calif.; lc 

8Dec47; D unp. 11883. 
Gallant is the word, a play In three acts. 

© Myron Coureval Fagan, Hollywood; lc 

130ct47; D unp. 11061. 
Thieves' paradise, a play in two acts. © 

Myron C. Fagan, Hollywood; lc 8Dec47; 

D unp. 11882. 

THE FAIR and lovely. D pub. 11144. See 
Dinner, William. 



FAIR was the morning. D unp. 1578. 
See Behn, Harry Kay. 

FAIRBANKS, Jerry. See Public Prose- 
cutor. (Television program) 

FAIRER than a fairy. D unp. 11358. See 
Let's Pretend, Oct 25, 1947. 

FAIRMEADOWS. D unp. 9769. See 
Ridgway, Agnes. 

THE FAIRY ball. D unp. 11849. See 
Smart, Alice. 

FAITH and a dime. D unp. 1382. See 
Keen, Edward Ellsworth. 

FAITH and guns. D unp. 1891. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2280-1505. 

THE FAITHFUL John. D unp. 11359. See 
Let's Pretend, Nov. 1, 1947. 

FALL of an angel. D unp. 11207. See 
Ballantyne, PaulArdivon. 

FALLAW, Wesner. See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 3. C 156TT 

FALLIGANT, ANDREW CLOTILDE. 
The king of Rock Island. A play In three 
acts. © Andree Clotllde Falligant, 
Houston, Tex.; lc 8Sep47; D unp. 10858. 

FALLING star. D unp. 1373. See Bres- 
soud, Robert Charles. 

FALSE friend. D unp. 10697. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2275-1500. 

THE FALSE slogan: The Jews killed Jesus. 
C 1566. See Sermon of the Week, no. 7. 

FALTIS, DALIBORC. 
Veronika, drama s hudbou o cty rech 
dejstvich se zSverem. 2. vydani. Praha, 
M. Svejdova [1946]. 103 p. 20cm. 
Syndicate of the Czech Authors, Praha; 
310ct46; D pub. 11232. 

THE FAMILY goes to Coney Island. C 1676. 
See Levenson, Samuel. 

FANNY Kincaid. D unp. 10776. See 
Monroe, Florence Mae. 

FARAH, TED. 
The third daughter, a play in two acts. © 
Ted Farah, New York; lc 21Aug47; D 
unp. 10736. 

FAREWELL to Easter. See Weathers, 
Winston. Adventures in radio. D pub. 
10989. 

FARIGOULE, Louis-Henri. See Romains, 
Jules. 

THE FARMER takes a roof. D unp. 1672. 
See Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FARNHAM, CHARLES FOSTER. 
Toothache, a modern Arabian Nights' tale 
told by a Brooklyn Scheherazade. A 
play in three acts. © Charles Foster 
Farnham, Lorain, Ohio; 14Jul47; D unp. 
9858. 

FARQUHAR, John. 
The Leatherstocking tales. D unp. 9801, 
9802. See Devereux, Leslie Warnick. 

THE FASHION free-for-all. D unp. 11964. 
See Wiss, Kimberly Jean. 

FASHIONS of the forest D unp. 10556. 
See Myers, Debs. 



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FASSETT, ELIZABETH MOSS. 
Your treasure chest quiz of the air. 
Radio script no. 2, Oct 18, 1947. © 
Elizabeth Moss Fassett, Binghamton, 
N. Y.; lc 210ct47; C 1889. 

A FAT capon with fear. D unp. 10804. See 
Mackenzie, Marjorie. 

THE FATAL weakness. D pub. 1248. See 
Kelly, George Edward. 

FATE in his hands, D unp. 10414. See 
Strouse, Alexander L. All in a lifetime. 

FATE'S calling. D unp. 1908. See Keen, 
Edward Ellsworth. 

FATHER Sublime's miracle of Morningside 
Heights. D unp. 10749. See Allen, Kay. 

FATTEN up the goose. D unp. 1252. See 
Beeston, Louise Bullock. Multiply and 
divide. 

FAVORITE story. See Lawrence and Lee. 

FEALY, MAUDE. 
The life of Our Lord Jesus Christ, as seen 
through the eyes of Mary, His mother. 
A religious pageant. 13 leaves. © 
Maude Fealy, Roscoe, Calif.; lc lDec47; 
D unp. 11820. 

FEAR and the open road. D unp. 12056. 
See Gilbert, Emelie Elizabeth. 

FEAR begins at forty. D unp. 11583. See 
Perl, Arnold. 

FEAST in the wilderness. D unp. 1362. 
See Cobey, Herbert Todd. 

FEATURE film timetable. C 1893. See 
Spencer, George L. 

FEBRIL. D unp. 1525. See Adkins, John 
Franklin. 

FEDERATION of Cercles Lacordaire & 
Ste- Jeanne d'Arc, inc. 
Deux amours. D pub. 10465. See Veke- 
man, Victor. 

FEIMER, VILMA LOUISE. 
Regi Budapest, vigjatek, 2 felvonasban. © 
Vilma Louise Feimer, Flushing, N. Y.; 
lc ljul47; D unp. 9687. 

FEINBAUM, ISRAEL. 
The lost Bagel, a farce comedy in three 
acts, by Paul Kaye Paley [pseud.] © 
Israel Feinbaum, Jamaica, N. Y.; lc 
250ct47; D unp. 11464. 

FEIST, AUBREY. 
The black cabinet, a drama in one act 
London [1947]. 28 p. 19cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 188) © Samuel 
French, ltd., London; 9Sep47; D pub. 
11230. 

FEIST, FELDCE. 
Moviettes, a spectacular one-hour stage 
show, written and staged by Felix 
Feist © Felix E. Feist, Los Angeles; 
lc 90ct47; D unp. 1995. 

FELD, Friedrich, pseud. See Rosenfeld, 
Fried rich. 

FELDKAMP. FRED. 
I'm on a hill, a play by Fred Feldkamp 
and David E. Scherman. In three acts. 
© David Scherman, Fred Feldkamp, 
New York; lc 80ct47; D unp. 1860. 

A FELLOW needs a friend. D pub. 10902. 
See Griffin, Catherine M. 



FELLOWS, DOUGLAS MERRITT. 
Escape from liberty, a legend of Old 
Newgate Prison; opera in three acts 
by Robert Doellner, libretto by Douglas 
M. Fellows. [19471. 26 p. 19cm. 
Text only. © Hartford School of Music, 
Hartford; 13Nov47; D pub. 11621. 



THE FEMALE Janus. 
Barbera, Joseph. 



D unp. 1978. See 



FENICHELL, STEPHEN SIDNEY. 
The possessed, a play in three acts. © 
Stephen Sidney Fenichell, Garden City, 
N. Y.; lc 17Nov47; D unp. 11597. 

FERGUSON, Donald Leedale. 
The gallant emperor. D unp. 9942. See 
MagalhSes, Ray m undo. 

FERMOS, JOHN PANA. 
Know your proverbs. A lecture. © John 
Pana Fermos, Cleveland; lc 12Jul47; 
C 1580. 



FERNALD, JENNY. 
And no birds sing, a comedy in three acts, 
by Jenny Laird and John Fernald. London 
[1947]. 92 p. illus. 22cm. (French's 
acting edition, no. 893) © Samuel 
French, ltd., London; 27Sep47; D pub. 
11145. 



FERNALD, John. 
And no birds sing. D pub. 11145. See 
Fernald, Jenny. 

FERNAND, ROLAND F. 

On account of Larry, a three-act comedy 
for women and girls. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. [1947], 80 p. 19cm. © 
Roland F. Fernand, Oakland, Calif.; 
18Sep47; D pub. 11115. 

Shadow of a dream, a play in one act 
Adapted from "Ambition," by Katharine 
Kavanaugh. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
[1947]. 24 p. 19cm. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co., Chicago; 18Sep47; D pub. 11110. 

Those Websters, a comedy in three acts. 
Adapted from the radio program of the 
same name. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
[1947]. 100 p. illus. 19cm. © Dra- 
matic Pub. Co., Chicago; 22Sep47; D pub. 
11112. 

What'll we give Dad? A Christmas comedy 
in one act Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
[19471. 21 p. 19cm. © Roland F. Fern- 
and, Oakland, Calif.; HSep47; D pub. 
11105. 

FERRIS, Ralph Mark. 
Rumpus on Olympus. D unp. 1607. See 
Sammon, Patrick Francis. 

FESSLER, EDWARD L 
Poughkeepsie, the story of an oarsman. A 
play in three acts and an epilogue. © 
Edward I. Fessler, Haverstraw, N. Y.; 
lc 5Sep47; D unp. 10832. 

FESTA, JAMES. 
The long and short of it, by James Festa, 
Joseph Giordano, and Richard M. Klingon. 
A play in three acts. © Joseph Giordano, 
James Festa, Richard M. Klingon, New 
York; lc 220ct47; D unp. 11273. 

FEUD plot D unp. 11405. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2299-1524. 

FIASCO. D unp. 11396. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2290-1515. 

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (Radio pro- 
gram) 
Scripts in this series are by Don Quinn 

and Phil Leslie. © S. C. Johnson & Son, 

inc., Racine, Wis. 



35-38. May 27, June 3, 10 17, 1947. © 

lc each 7Jul47; D unp. 9737-9740. 
1. Oct 7, 1947. © lc 180ct47; D unp. 

11052. 
2-6. Oct 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4, 11, 1947. 

© lc each 25Nov47; D unp. 11730-11734. 
7-10. Nov. 18, 25, Dec. 2, 9, 1947. © 

lc each 22Dec47; D unp. 12025-12028. 

FIDEL, VIOLET ELINOR. 
The small shepherd. A dramatic composi- 
tion. © Violet E. Fidel, Pottsville, Pa.; 
lc 180ct47; D unp. 11169. 

FIELD, Isobel. 
I bid one heart D unp. 11153. See Field, 
Salisbury. 

FIELD, SALISBURY. 
I bid one heart, a play in three acts. By 
Salisbury Field, revised by Jane Hinton. 
© Jane Hinton, Philadelphia; Isobel Field, 
Carpinteria, Calif.; lc 240ct47; D unp. 
11153. New matter: revisions. Prev. 
reg. 8Feb35; D unp. 33633. 

FIELD, STANLEY. 
Pioneer Pete, a juvenile radio play. © 
Stanley Field, Arlington, Va.; lc 18Jul47; 
D unp. 10514. 

THE FIELD equation for the stable hydrogen 
at»m. C 1872. See Branner, John Edward. 

FIELDS of flax. D unp. 10950. See Ellis, 
Edith. 

FIFTH Avenue cop. D unp. 1695-1697. See 
Hay, Norman William. 

FIFTY. D unp. 12065. See Shubert, Earl 
Lynn. 

THE 52-20 Club. D unp. 9717, 11067. See 
Lynn, Irvin Leon. 

FIGHT for freedom of the press. D unp. 
11776. See Rosten, Norman. 

FIGHTING spirit. D unp. 10497. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2263-1488. 

THE FIGURINE. D unp. 10724. See Hunter, 
Sarah Vandelia. 

FINCH, ROBERT VORIS. 
Old What's-His-Name, a comedy in one act 
© Robert Voris Finch, Dillon, Mont; lc 
30Oct47; D unp. 11520. 

FIND LEY, C. R. See Sermon of the Week, 
no. 40. C 1973. 

FINGER in the pie. D pub. 11740. See 
Hasbrouck, Frances R, 

FINIAN'S rainbow. D pub. 10921. See 
Harburg, Edgar Y. 



FINNEGAN Flounder. D unp. 11431. 
Green, Carl P. 



See 






FINNEY, Jack. See Finney, Walter Braden. 

FINNEY, LEO PETER, 
The lady of the house, a comedy in three 
acts, by Peter Finney. © Leo Peter 
Finney, Yonkers, N. Y.; lc HSep47; D unp. 
10883. New matter: revisions. Prev. 
reg. "Southern comfort," 5Aug45; D unp, 
94584. 

FINNEY, Peter. See Finney, Leo Peter. 

FINNEY, WALTER BRADEN. 
An answer to "The lady or the tiger," a 
radio play by Jack Finney. © Stuart 
Darlington Ludlum, Bronxville, N. Y.; 






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Joseph Cotten, Pacific Palisades, 
Calif.; lc 19Aug47; D unp. 1641. 
The City. Radio scripts by Jack Finney. 
© Stuart Darlington Ludlum, Bronx- 
vtlle, N. Y.; Jack (Walter Braden) 
Finney, New York; lc each 19Aug47. 

1. Secret big moment D imp. 1644. 

2. After the movies. D unp. 1642. 

3. Summer evening. D unp. 1643. 

4. The widow's walk. D unp. 1645. 
Life In the magazines, a radio play by 

jack Finney. © Stuart Darlington Lud- 
lum, Bronxvtlle, N. Y., Joseph Cotten, 
Pacific Palisades, Calif.; lc 19Aug47; 
D unp. 1640. 

FIRE engine. D unp. 10771. See Belanger, 
Merlyn Kenneth. 

THE FIRST apple. D imp. 11529. See 
Gordun, Winifred Wolfe. 

FIRST Christian Church, Oklahoma City. 
See Oklahoma City. First Christian 
Church. 



THE FIRST Christmas. 
Lockman, Marjorle. 



C 1858. See 



THE FIRST Gentleman. D unp. 11237. 
Glnsbury, Norman. 



See 



FIRST In heart. D unp. 11836. See Smith, 
Betty. 

THE FIRST Thanksgiving. D pub. 1833. 
See Wallace, Elsie M. 

FISCHER. Carl Max. 
Good soldier Claudius. D unp. 1724. See 
Lief, Bert William. 

THE FISH are biting. D unp. 1730. See 
Berland, Sydney Isaac. 

FISHE L, Bud. See Flshel, H. L. 

FISHEL, H. L. 
Criminal casebook of The Society for the 

Prevention of Crime. D unp. 11975. 

See Burnett, Murray. 
I was a convict D unp. 11175. See 

Burnett, Murray. 

FISHER, AILEEN LUCIA. 
Here comes Christmas, a varied collec- 
tion of Chris Unas -prog ram material for 
elementary schools. Evanston, III. Row- 
Peterson [1947]. 64 p. 21cm. © Row, 
Peterson & Co., Evanston, III.; 22Sep47; 
D pub. 1720. 

FISHER, MARIE. 
Candy goes on a diet, a comedy in one 
act. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
[19471. 26 p. 19cm. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co., Chicago; 13Jun47; D pub. 10461. 

FISHING AND HUNTING CLUB OF THE 
AIR (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Walker and 
Downing, General Agency. © Walker 
and Downing, General Agency, Pittsburgh. 

94. Apr. 7, 1947. © lc 10jul47; C 1575. 

95. Apr. 14, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1552. 

96. Apr. 21, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1555. 

97. Apr. 28, 1947. © lc 10jul47; C 1577. 

98. May 5, 1947. © lc 18Jun47- C 1534. 

99. May 12, 1947. © lc 18Jun47- C 1554. 

100. May 19, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1553. 

101. May 26, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1536. 

102. June 2, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1535. 

103. June 9, 1947. © lc 10lul47: C 1576. 
104-106. June 16, 23, 30, 1947. © lc 

each 30ct47; C 1774-1776. 
107, 108. July 7, 14, 1947. © lc each 
30ct47; C 1807, 1808. 



109. July 21, 1947. © lc 30ct47; C 1752. 

110, 111. July 28, Aug. 4, 1947. © lc 
each 30ct47; C 1777, 1778. 

112-116. Aug. 11, 18, 25, Sept 1. 8, 1947. 

© lc each 210ct47; C 1798-1802. 
118-121. Sept 22, 29, Oct 6, 13, 1947. 

© lc each 210ct47; C 1803-1806. 

122. Oct 20, 1947. © lc 310ct47; C 1865. 

123, 124. Oct 27, Nov. 3, 1947. © lc 
each 17Nov47; C 1897, 1898. 

125. Nov. 10, 1947. © lc 28Nov47; C 
1938 

126. Nov. 17, 1947. © lc 28Nov47; C 
1937. 

127. Nov. 24, 1947. © lc 8Dec47; C 1947. 

128. Dec. 1, 1947. © lc 22Dec47; C 1974. 

FITZGERALD, John Edward. 
Out of the clouds. D unp. 11485. See 
Fitzgerald, Robert Joseph. 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT JOSEPH. 
Out of the clouds, a musical comedy In 
three acts, by Robert Fitzgerald, Arthur 
Vallee, and John Fitzgerald, Text bnly. 
© Robert Joseph Fitzgerald, Brooklyn; 
Arthur Antony Vallee, Mullica Hill, 
N. J.; lc 190ct47; D unp. 11485. 

FITZ PATRICK, DENYS SKEFFINGTON. 
Consider the lilies, a comedy by Denys 
Fltz Patrick and Luther Greene. In 
three acts. © Denys Fitz Patrick, 
Hollywood; Luther Greene, Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; lc 210ct47; D unp. 11090. 

THE FIVE C's of charting your course. 
C 1919. See Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

FIVE little Peppers. D pub. 10605. See 
Kimball, Ruth Putnam. 

FIVE o'clock mass. D unp. 10567. See 
Murray, Jesse George. 

FIVE years to live. D unp. 10411. See 
Ruebel, Daniel A. 

FDCLER, ALVIN. 
The locomotive model murder case. Tele- 
vision shooting script © Alvin Flxler, 
Chicago; lc 30ct47; D unp. 1786. 

THE FLAG of the United States In the 
Battle of Short Hills. C 1961. See 
Durrell, Percy Brooks. 

THE FLAME burns high. D unp. 10596. 
See Weiner, Tex. 

FLETCHER, Lee. See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 32. C l"53T2. 

FLETCHER, LEWIS ARROWOOD. 
The American way, a philosophy of life. 
Radio addresses. © Lewis Arrowood 
Fletcher, Leesville, S. C. 

1. General views. © lc 24Jul47; C 1618. 

2. The American way vs. various isms. 
© lc 5Aug47; C 1780. 

3. The American way as a guarantee to 
all men, freedom. © lc 5Aug47; 

C 1781. 

4. Un-American activities. © lc lAug47; 
C 1648. 

FLETCHER, NAOMI LOUISE. 
This agreement, a play in three acts. © 
Naomi Louise Fletcher, Indianapolis; lc 
220ct47; D unp. 11088. 

FLOOD, MARY CRUMB. 
The house on Shady Lane, a mystery play 
In three acts, by Mary Crumb Flood and 
Constance Rankin. © Mary Crumb Flood, 
Constance Flood Rankin, Port Washington, 
N. Y.; lc 9Jul47; D unp. 9935. 



FLOOD. D unp. 1647. See Robson, John 
Luttrell. 

FLORMAN, IRVING. 
Americans in Paris; ballet In one act © 
Irving Florman, New York; lc 21Jul47; 
D unp. 1460. 

FLOWER fantasia. C 1681-1683. See 
Van Pelt, Marguerite Kerr. 

FLY away Peter. D unp. 10523. See 
Dearsley, Alfred Percy. 

FLYING discs. D unp. 1249. See Hagen, 
John Milton. Flying saucers. 

FLYING double radio program. D unp. 
1787. See Smith, Howard M. 

THE FLYING Dutchman. D unp. 1726. See 
Dortort, David. 

FLYING saucers. D unp. 1249. See 
Hagen, John Milton. 

THE FLYING stovepipe. D unp. 9681. 
See Exploring the Unknown, June 15, 
T3?7. 

FLYZEK, IRENE. 
Seattle saga. Radio script by Irene Fly- 
zik and Walter William Leggate. © 
Irene Flyzik, Walter William Leggate, 
Seattle; lc 13Jun47; D unp. 9773. 

FOGLE, Sonya. 
Still more solo readings for radio and 
class work. D pub. 11183. See Selig- 
man, Marjorie. 

FOLGNER, ARTHUR MAXWELL. 
Black and white, a play in two acts. © 

Arthur Maxwell Folgner, New York; lc 

130ct47; D unp. 1920. 
The cast shadow, a play in one act Z 

Arthur Maxwell Folgner, New York; lc 

12Nov47; D unp. 11444. 
Deus ex machina, a play in three acts. 

© Arthur Maxwell Folgner, New York; 

lc HAug47; D unp. 1353. 

FOLK dancing is fun. C 1810. See Rein- 
dollar, Theodore Com. 

LA FOLLE de Chaillot D unp. 11711. 
See Giraudoux, Jean. 

FONDES, Alexander James. 
Within a glass belL D unp. 1477. See 
Marchant, William. 

FONER, HENRY JOSEPH. 
Thursdays till nine, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Henry 
Foner and Norman Franklin, music by 
Norman Franklin. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Norman Franklin, 
New York; Henry Joseph Foner, Brook- 
lyn; lc 13Nov47; D unp. 11487. 

FOOD for thought C 1*82. See Crippen, 
Blanche. 

FOODENO. C 1885. See Cordell, Gerald 
Eugene. 

THE FOOLPROOF murder. D pub. 9964. 
See Braun, Wilbur. 

FOOT- Loose and fancy. D unp. 9873. See 
Besoyan, Richard Vaughn. 

FOOTBALL. D unp. 11205. See Schenkkan, 
Robert Frederic. 

FOOTE, HORTON. 
American theme, a play with music and 
dance. In five sections. Text only. © 



78l>69!><) — H*- 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FOOTE, HORTON. Cont'd. 

Horton Foote, Washington; lc 16jul47; 

D unp. 10511. 
FOR all eternity. D pub. 10603. See 
Bishop, Stuart. 

FOR Americans only. C 1585. See New 
York. Radio Station WOR. 

FOR better or for worse. D unp. 11495. 
See Dr. Christian, no. 449. 

FOR ever and ever. D unp. 9848. See 
Chizzoniti, Sam. 

FOR his brother's crime. D pub. 10991. 
See Price, Leland. 

FOR the love of Mike. D pub, 10990. See 
MacDonald, Dora Mary. 

FOR the moon :'d give a dollar. D unp. 
1551. See Sainer, Arthur Harold. 

FORBES, BOBBY SOL. 
Chicken stealer. A dramatic composi- 
tion. © Bobby Forbes, Brooklyn; lc 
24Sep47; D unp. 11119. 

FORBES, Esther. 
Johnny Tremain. D unp. 11946. See 
Nicholson, Anne Preston. 

FORBES, IRVING. 
Hatty, a new play in two acts, by Irving 
Forbes and Nat Weinreb. Adapted from 
the novel, "Harriet," by Elizabeth 
Jenkins. © Irving Forbes, Nat Weinreb, 
New York; lc 30Aug47; D unp. 10903. 

FORD, FRANCIS PAUL. 
Kingdom of the blind; play in two acts. 
© Francis Paul Ford, New York; lc 
17Jul47; D unp. 9872. 

FORD, Lenard L. 
Operation Opportunity. D unp. 9750. See 
Suit, Harold C. 

FORD, Pat. See Ford, Lenard L. 

FORD must stand first D unp. 11663. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FOREMAN, Carl. 
Champion. D unp. 10800. See Baker, 
Herbert 

FORESTER, PAUL. 
Rhoda's secret, a play in three acts. © 
Paul Forester, New York; lc 2Jul47; 
D unp. 10421. 

FOREWARNED is fore-armed. D unp. 
10532. See The Lone Ranger, no. 
2265-14MT 

FORGOTTEN glory. D unp. 1706. See 
Lane, Dorothy Mildred Guyon. 

FORMERLY with the United States Army. 
D unp. 1509. See Sibelius, Stanley. 

THE FORMING of manufacturing co-opera- 
tion and the Westcoast show. C 1652. 
See Baker, Elva Theodore. 

FORMULA for death. D unp. 11479. See 
The Sheriff, no. 160. 

FORSBERG, ALBERT ROLF. 
Moods from Shakespeare; continuity 
written for stage presentation as intro- 
ductions to scenes from Shakespeare. 
By Rolf Forsberg. © Albert R. Fors- 
berg, Chicago; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 1783. 

FORSBERG, Rolf. See Forsberg, Albert 
Rolf. 



FORSDALE, CHALMERS LOUIS. 
Henry and the chief, a 15 minute radio 
drama by Louis Forsdale. © Chal- 
mers Louis Forsdale, Greeley, Col • 
lc HAug47; D unp. 1341. 

FORSDALE, Louis. See Forsdale, Chal- 
mers Louis. 

FORTY-five years in show business. 
D unp. 11064. See Sims, Kate Haley. 

THE 42nd Street Yankee. D unp. 1639. 
See Swigart, Joe Fey. 

FORTY winks. D unp. 1257. See Vance, 
Charles Cathcart 

FORWARD the heart D unp. 12045. See 
Reines, Bernard J. 

FOSTER, LILLIAN. 
Candle of faith; comedy drama. In three 
acts. © Lillian Foster, New York; lc 
15Jul47; D unp. 10498. 

FOSTER, Lloyd Ellis. See Sermon of 
the Week, no. 17. C lWf. 

FOUNDATION design in Permafrost 
C 1944. See Lewin, Joseph D. 

FOUR, ISRAEL. 
Vessels of gold; or, House of nobility. 
A play in three acts. © Israel Four, 
Chicago; lc 22Dec47; D unp. 12016. 

THE FOUR base sale. C 1764. See Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

FOUR days. D pub. 10512. See Hoffe, 
Monckton. 

FOUR leaf clover finds good friends. 
D unp. 1394. See Daum, Ida C. E. 

FOUR on a honeymoon. D unp. 11158. See 
Herman, Milton Abraham. 

FOUR plays. D pub. 11925. See Riggs, 
Lynn. 

THE FOURPENNYbox. D pub. 9977. See 
Beith, John Hay. 

FOX, Gibson S. See Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

FOX, RUSSELL A. 
Regatta, a home-spun play. In two acts. 
© Russell A. Fox, San Francisco; lc 
28Jul47; D unp. 10587. 

FRAENKEL, HELENE ESBERG. 
The looking glass, a play in two acts, five 
scenes, by Anthony Rowley [pseud.] © 
Helene E. Fraenkel, New York; lc 
210ct47; D unp. 11078. 

FRANCO-AMERICAN Audio- Visual Distri- 
bution Center, inc. 
Le paysage en France. C 1948. See 

Seznec, Jean. 
Le portrait en France. C 1949. See 
Seznec, Jean. 

FRANK, SIDNEY AARON. 
Some fell among thorns. A play in three 
acts. © Sidney Aaron Frank, Maplewood, 
N. J.; lc 14Aug47; D unp. 1360. 

FRANK Chesrow story. D unp. 11264. See 
The Adventurers' Club, Nov. 1, 1947. 

FRANK weighs the evidence. D unp. 10815. 
See The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 42. 



FRANKEL, DORIS. 
A lady of distinction. The Cavalcade of 
America, broadcast June 9, 1947. © 
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wil- 
mington, Del.; lc 30Sep47; D unp. 1753. 

FRANKLIN, JAY RAYMOND. 
Proud music. A play in three acts. © 
Jay R. Franklin, Chapel Hill, N. C; lc 
24Jul47; D unp. 9939. 

FRANKLIN, Norman. 
Thursdays till nine. D unp. 11487. See 
Foner, Henry Joseph. 

FRAU Holle. D unp. 11911. See Latus, 
Ingeborg Kappelhoff. 



THE FRAUD. D unp. 11376. See 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 498. 



Chal- 



FRAZEE, Gerald F. 
Honey treasures. D unp. 1229. See 
Wilcox, Culver D. 

FRECENTESE, FELIX J. 

Instructions on tonal colors and effects 
by the orchestra through the use of 
recordings. Music to illustrate lecture 
attached. © Felix J. Frecentese, Jr., 
professionally known as Phil Powers, 
Brooklyn; lc 3Jun47; C 1516. 

Instructions on tonal colors and effects 
by the orchestra through the use of 
recordings. Pt n, Single instruments. 
© Felix J. Frecentese, professionally 
known as Phil Powers, Brooklyn; lc 
6Nov47; C 1878. 

FRED ALLEN SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Mr. and 

Mrs. Fred Allen. © Mr. and Mrs. Fred 

Allen, New York. 
1, 2. Oct 5, 12, 1947. © lc each 

190ct47; D unp. 11039, 11040. 

3. Oct 19, 1947. © lc 280ct47; D unp. 
11214. 

4. Oct 26, 1947. © lc 10Nov47; D unp. 
11421. 

5. Nov. 2, 1947. © lc 20Nov47; D unp. 
11619. 

6. 7. Nov. 9, 16, 1947. © lc each 3Dec47; 
D unp. 11845, 11846. 

8, 9. Nov. 23, 30, 1947. © lc each 
10Dec47; D unp. 11913, 11914. 

FREDERICKS, CARLTON. 

Nutrition in the news. Television script 

no. 1, by Carlton Fredericks and Joan 

C. Usoskin. © Video Associates, inc., 

New York; lc 20Nov47; D unp. 11760. 

FREE for all. D unp. 1829. See Waxier, 
Sidney. 

THE FREE-Lancer. C 1748. See Malivuk, 
Rade. 

FREEDMAN, Philip M. 
Lili. D unp. 12054. See Shardell, Paul. 

FREEDOM Train. See 
Moskowitz, Harry. D unp. 1694. 
Soil, Harriet Premack. D pub. 11608. 

FREEMAN, CHARLES K. 
Page one. The Cavalcade of America, 
broadcast May 12, 1947. © E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, 
Del.; lc 16Sep47; D unp. 1612. 

FREEMAN, ETHEL HALE. 
Vignette, a comedy in prologue and three 
acts. Text and music on separate leaves. 
© Ethel Hale Freeman, West Newton, 
Mass.; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 11059. 

FRENCH. Samuel. „„ A 
Antigone. D pub. 9954. See Anouilh, Jean. 



156 



C \ r \i.<><; or con hk; iit kntki ES 



Aunt Sally from Cherry Valley. D pub. 

9960. See Taggart, Tom. 
Auralia Bridge from Hemlock Ridge. 

D pub. 9955. See Braun. Wilbur. 
Bashful Bertle.~TTpub. 1806. See 

Braun, »'llbur. 
A close shave. D pub. 9961. See 

Reach, lames. 
Cruise ol death. D pub. 9958. See 

Reach. James. 
The foolproof murder. D pub. 9964. See 

Braun, Wilbur. 
He done her wrong. D pub. 9963. See 

Braun, Wilbur. 
The house nobody lived In. D pub. 11797. 

See Braun, Wilbur. 
Iflne light be darkness. D pub. 11801. 

See Beardsley, Phyllis Benbow. 
It's spring again. D pub. 11016. See 

Batson, George. 
Me and my shadow. D pub. 11803. See 

Reach, James. 
Mischief maker. D pub. 9966. See 

Reach, James. 
Quiet summer. D pub. 11308. See Hayes, 

Marrijane. 
Respectfully yours. D pub. 11305. See 

Lamson, Peggy. 
Say Uncle! D pub. 9953. See Reach, 

James. 
Spring Is here. D pub. 9962. See Reach, 

James. 
Suddenly It was May! D pub. 1803. See 

Braun, Wilbur. 
'Teen trouble. D pub. 9956. See Reach, 

{ames. 
at's my boy. D pub. 1802. See 
George, Charles. 

This girl business. D pub. 1805. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

Two's a crowd. D pub. 1807. See Park- 
hirst, Douglass F. 

While wifey s away. D pub. 9965. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

Who's batty now? D pub. 11800. See 
Reach, Tames. 

A woman s privilege. D pub. 11309. See 
Hayes, Marrijane. 

FRENCH (Samuel) ltd. 
And no birds sing. D pub. 11145. See 

Fernald, Jenny. 
And this our life. D pub. 9985. See 

Ready, Stuart. 
Apprehensions. D pub. 9982. See Brig- 
house, Harold. 
An arrest Is expected. D pub. 9847. See 

Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
Artificial silk. D pub. 1873. See Lomax, 

H. C. 
At the Golden Ram. D pub. 9994. See 

Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
Balalaika. D pub. 11231. See Maschwltz, 

Eric. 
Beauty and the beast. D pub. 1874. See 

Carter, Margaret. 
Before the morning. D pub. 11147. See 

Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 
The bells ring. D pub. 11809. See 

Denny s, Joyce. 
Big moment D pub. 11229. See Holland, 

Norman. 
The black cabinet D pub. 11230. See 

Feist. Aubrey. 
The bully. D pub. 11807. See Dlericx, 

Walter. 
Carriages at twelve. D pub. 9842. See 

Janes, H. Hurford. 
A criminal introduction. D pub. 9846. 

See Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
Duet for two hands. D pub. 11806. See 

Bell, Mary Hayley. 
Every inch a king. D pub. 9844. See 



Corrie, Joe. 
The fair and lovely. 

Dinner, William. 
The fourpenny box. 

Belth, John Hay. 



D pub. 11144. See 
D pub. 9977. See 



Grand National night D pub. 11808. See 

Christie, Dorothy. 
Green garters. D pub. 9980. See West- 
lake, Wilfred. 
Happy as a king. D pub. 9841. See Jenn- 
ings, Gertrude E. 
In the fog. D pub. 9981. See Jennings, 

Gertrude E. 
The Incident at Lames. D pub. 1876. See 

Parish, James. 
The Inconstant moon. D pub. 11139. See 

Johnson, Philip. 
It might have been Marlon. D pub. 9983. 

See Wllltngs, Eric. 
It won't be a stylish marriage. D pub. 

9990. See Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
The little nut-tree. D pub. 11344. See 

Morris, Thomas Baden. 
A man about the house. D pub. 11138. See 

Perry, John. 
Master Dudley. D pub. 9989. See John- 
son, Philip. 
Non nobis. D pub. 1877. See Aske, Lake. 
Not according to plan. D pub. 9839. See 

Parish, James. 
The old fool. D pub. 1875. See Johnson, 

Philip. 
Pieces of silver. D pub. 11149. See 

Sutherland, Donald. 
The play of St Lawrence. D pub. 9988. 

See Bax, Clifford. 
Princess Parker. D pub. 9992. See 

Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
The rose and crown. D pub. 9986. See 

Priestley, John Boynton. 
St Jerome and the lion. D pub. 11150. 

See Elliott, N. Julian. 
See how they run. D pub. 11143. See 

King, Philip. 
Seventy-three north. D pub. 9991. See 

Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
Sir Oliver's heir. D pub. 11142. See 

Grainger, Cyril. 
Small world. D pub. 9843. See Cooper, 

Dorothy S. 
The spider ring. D pub. 11146. See 

Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 
Sweet yesterday. D pub. 11484. See 

Leaver, Philip. 
Three in a room. D pub. 9984. See 

White, Antonia. 
Top of the bill. D pub. 11141. See Ready, 

Stuart 
Transatlantic episode. D pub. 11805. See 

Jones, Jack. 
Two aunts and a grandmother. D pub. 

9840. See Morris, Thomas Baden. 
Underground. D pub. 9993. See Peach, 

Lawrence du Garde. 
Vanity fair. D pub. 9845. See Cox, 

Constance. 
Without the option. D pub. 9979. See 

Holmes, D. P. 

FRESH as a daisy. C 1602. See Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

FREUND, FELIX. 
Die Todesgeige (The violin of death). 
Film-manuscript In five parts, i 
Felix Freund, Buenos Aires; lc 28Feb47; 
D unp. 10730. 

FREUNDEL, HARRY. 
Who is right, drama in two parts. Yiddish 
text © Harry Freundel, Brooklyn; lc 
23Aug47; D unp. 1475. 

FREYBE, CARLE. 
Glory, hallelujah! A play In two acts and 
twelve scenes. © Carl E. Freybe, 
Durham, Conn.; lc lDec47; D unp. 11842. 

FRIDAY noon. D unp. 10725. See Hovanec, 
Dena Reed. 

FRIEDLAND, Zvi. 
Song of songs. D pub. 1906. See Karlln, 
Ell. 



FRIEDMAN, CHARLES. 
My darlln A Ida, a musical play based on 
Verdi's opera "A Ida". In two acts. 
Text only. ''> Charles Friedman, New 
York; lc 250ct47; D unp. 11516. 

A FRIEND in need. D unp. 11334. See 
Bela, Nicholas. 

FRIENDS, Society of. American Friends 
Service Committee. 
All In a day's work. D unp. 1659. See 

Wells, Virginia. 
Another man s shoes. D unp. 1660. See 

Wells, Virginia. 
China convoy. D unp. 1233. See Barnouw, 

Erik. 
A lost father. D unp. 1234. See Higley, 

Philo. 
Vienna. D unp. 1658. See Barnouw, Erik. 

THE FRIGHTENED diplomat D unp. 10814. 
See The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 41. 

FRISBIE, RICHARD P. 

The mine in the desert. (Phantasms). 
Radio script © Standish Chard Radio 
Productions, inc., New York; lc 8Jul47; 
D unp. 9810. 

The missing guest (Phantasms). Radio 
script © Standish Chard Radio Produc- 
tions, inc., New York; lc 14Jul47; D unp. 
10500. 

The smugglers. (Phantasms). Radio 
script © Standish Chard Radio Produc- 
tions, inc., New York; lc 14Jul47; D unp. 
10501. 

The storm. (Phantasms). Revised version 
by Richard P. Frisbie. Original radio 
script by Standish Chard. © Standish 
Chard Radio Productions, inc., New York; 
lc 8Jul47; D unp. 9811. Prev. reg. 
23jan47; D unp. 7092. 

The unknown caller. (Phantasms). Revised 
version by Richard P. Frisbie. Original 
radio script by Standish Chard. 
Standish Chard Radio Productions, inc., 
New York; lc 22Jul47; D unp. 10542. 
Prev. reg. 25Feb47; D unp. 7772. 

THE FROG bride. D unp. 10959. See 
Mitchell, Aurelia Mclntyre. 

THE FROG Prince. D unp. 10435. See 
Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 

FROM day to day. D unp. 12047. See Re- 
saag, Jan. 

FROM dusk to dawn. D unp. 10459. See 
Johnstone, Thomas Arthur. 

FROMER, ANNE. 
Treasure trove, a radio show. By Anne 
Fromer and Matt Bartley Smith. I Anne 
Fromer, Matt Bartley Smith, Toronto; 
lc 29jun47; D unp. 9686. 

FROMM, ELIZABETH SINCLAIR. 

Adventures of Percy Pelican. The choco- 
late pool, by Shelby Sinclair [pseud.J 
Radio storv. D Elizabeth Sinclair 
Fromm, New York; lc 20ct47; D unp. 
10996. 

Adventures of Percy Pelican. Meeting 
Suzy-Anne, the ice cream cow; by 
Shelby Sinclair [pseud.] Radio story. © 
Elizabeth Sinclair Fromm, New York; 
lc 20ct47; D unp. 10997. 

FRONTIER Town frameup. D unp. 1894. 
See The Lone Ranger, no. 2283-1508. 

FRONTIER Town judge. D unp. 1892. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2281-1506. 

FRONTIER Town lawyer. D unp. 1893. See 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2282-1507. 



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FRONTIER widow. D unp. 1610. 
Kent, Prlscilla. 



See 



FRONTMAN, RICHARD. 
The adventures of Pewter Jans en. Radio 
script © Richard Frontman, New 
York; lc 3Sep47; D unp. 1529. 

THE FROST-BITTEN evidence. D unp. 
11509. See The Adventures of Frank 
Merriwell, no. 15. 



FRYER, John Gaillard. 
Bangooni and the clam. D unp. 1657. 
Helvenston, Harold Flnley. 



See 



THE FUDDLES at home. D unp. 1254. See 
Morgan, Ruth. 

FUEL of the future. D unp. 1667. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



LA FUITE. 
Tristan. 



D pub. 1824. See Tzara, 



FULHAM, THOMAS PATRICK. 
The meridian; or, The equator. A comedy 
sketch in one act for two men, by James 
B. Stanton [pseud.] © James B. Stanton 
(legal name Thomas P. Fulham), Holly- 
wood; lc 4Nov47; D unp. 11345. 

FULLER, JOHN GRANT. 
Insufficient funds, a farce comedy in three- 
acts. © John G. Fuller, North Wood- 
stock, Conn.; lc 30Sep47; D unp. 1752. 

FULLER, THELMA. 
The rebels, a play In one act © Thelma 
Fuller, New York; lc 5Aug47; D unp. 
10660. 



FUN on washday. D pub. 11417. 
Hlnkle, Edgar E. 



See 



FUN WITH THE FUNNIES (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Patsy Lee 
Snook and Harry Emery Snook. © Patsy 
Lee Snook, Harry Emery Snook, Char- 
lotte, N. C. 

June 7, 1947. © lc 14Jul47; D unp. 1346 
June 29, 1947. © lc lju!47; D unp. 1344, 



FUN with words and music. 
Burrell, Winston. 



C 1834. See 



FURTHER facts on the cause of foot and 
mouth disease, Its prevention and cure. 
C 1923. See Roe, James. 

FYR-FYTER Company. 
Instant protection against fires. C 1769. 
See Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 



GAFFEY, EMMA CLARK. 
Sulard. An address. © Emma Clark Gaf- 
fey, White Hall, III.; lc 4Aug47; C 1651. 

GAGNE, MARIE DOW. 

The brush of Illusion, a drama highly 
spiced with comedy, by Lucten Par 
[pseud.] In three acts. © Marie Gagne, 
New York; lc 160ct47: D unp. 11057. 

Horrible Hannah. Giggles and gore 
series, 2d episode. Radio script © 
Marie Dow Gagne, New York; lc 230ct47; 
D unp. 11275. 

GALANTIERE, Lewis. 
Antigone. D pub. 9954. See Anouilh, 
Jean. 

GALLAGHER, CHARLES W. 
Delight in disorder, a musical revue. In 
two acts. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Charles W. Gallagher, Greens- 
burg, Pa.; lc 6Aug47; D unp. 1380. 



THE GALLANT emperor. D unp. 
See MagalhSes, Rayjnundo. 



9942. 



GALLANT Is the word. D unp. 11061. 
See Fagan, Myron CourevaL 

GALLIEN, MARGUERITE. 
My mother's husband, a comedy In three 
acts. © Marguerite Galllen, Tuiunga, 
Calif.; lc 30Oct47; D unp. 11260. 

GAL VAN N., Pedro. 
Mustard seed. D unp. 1243. See Custodio, 
Alvaro Mufloz. 

GALVANN, Roc. See Galvan N., Pedro. 

GAMIN In the rain. D unp. 1264. See 
Grout, Lilian Charlotte. 

GANG BUSTERS (Radio program) 
Programs in this series are by Lord, inc. 

© Lord, Inc., New York. 
491, 492. May 31, June 7, 1947. Case of 
Clifford Pierce Redden, pts. 1, 2. © lc 
each 5Aug47; D unp. 1278, 1279. 

493. Aug. 16. 1947. Case of the Thomp- 
son gang. © lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1622. 

494. Aug. 23, 1947. Case of Willy Sutton. 
© lc 6Sep47; D unp. 1623. 

495. Aug. 30, 1947. Case of the Charles 
Hardy Adams gang. © lc 6Sep47; 

D unp. 1624. 

496. Sept 6, 1947. Case of the Missouri 
killers. © lc HSep47; D unp. 11181. 

497. Sept 13, 1947. Case of the drug 
store killers. © lc 30Sep47; D unp. 
1755. 

498. Sept 20, 1947. Case of John L. Col- 
lier, pt 1. © lc 30Sep47; D unp. 1756. 

499. Sept 27, 1947. Case of John L. Col- 
lier, pt 2. © lc 90ct47; D unp. 1867. 

500. Oct 4, 1947. Case of the Siegel 
kidnapping. © lc 90ct47; D unp. 1868. 

501-503. Oct 11, 18, 25, 1947. Case of 
Bugs Moran, pts. 1-3. © lc each 
290ct47; D unp. 11225-11227. 

504. Nov. 1, 1947. Case of Wendell Coff- 
man. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11659. 

505. Nov. 8, 1947. Case of the butcher 
bandits. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11660. 

506. Nov. 15, 1947. CaseofAmlel 
Barker, pt 1. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 
11661. 

507. Nov. 22, 1947. CaseofAmlel 
Barker, pt 2. © lc 16Dec47; D unp. 
11952. 

508. Nov. 29, 1947. Case of Amlel 
Barker, pt 3. © lc 16Dec47; D unp. 
11953. 

509. Dec. 6, 1947. Case of the super- 
sonic safecrackers. © lc 16Dec47; D 
unp. 11954. 

GANGSTER number. D unp. 12069. See 
Caesar, Sid. 

GARDEMAL, LOUIS GASTON. 
Bachelor flat, a play. In three parts. © 
Louis Gaston Gardemal, Iowa City, la.; 
lc 31Jul47; D unp. 10608. 

GARDEN of olives. D unp. 11279. See 
Huganir, Elma. 

THE GARDENER'S boy. D unp. 10550. 
See Bennett, Rebecca Maria. 

GARDNER, DOROTHY. 
Eastward In Eden, the love story of 
E mily Dickinson. A play in three acts. 
© Dorothy Gardner, New York; lc 
24Sep47; D unp. 1861. New matter: re- 
visions. Prev. reg. 25Apr45, D unp. 
93252; 7Mar46, D unp. 3312. 

GARDNER, Mercedes Philip. See The 
Adventures of Scooter, the Modern Good 
Fairy (Radio program) 



GARFF, VIOLA CRISMON. 
Nauvoo, an historical drama In four acts, 
by Peter Nelll [pseud.] © Viola Cris- 
mon Garff, Logan, Utah; lc 14Jul47; 
D unp. 9913. 

GARISS, JACK LYMAN. 

Cinnamon rolls and neck bones, one-act 
play. © Tack Lyman Gariss, Huntington 
Park, Calif.- lc 50ct47; D unp. 1817. 

What I might nave been; one-act play. © 
Jack Lyman Gariss, Huntington Park, 
Calif.; lc 16Sep47; D unp. 1603. 

GAROFOLI, ANTHONY JOSEPH. 
The playwrlte's nightmare, a one-act 
play. © Anthony J. Garofoli, Fresno, 
Calif.; lc 17Sep47; D unp. 11234. 



D unp. 11781. See Ray, 



THE GARRETT. 
Donald Richard. 



GASOLINE'S amazing molecules. D unp. 
9694. See Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc. 

GATESON, D. Wilmot See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 15. C 1815. 

GATEWAY to a land of freedom. D pub. 
1981. See The National Hour, no. 27. 

GATEWAY to the world. C 1695. See 
B rinckerhoff , Elbert Vermilye. 

GATTI, Carlo. 
Nina. D pub. 1462. See Paisiello, Gio- 
vanni. 

GAULT, Lynn Robert 
The walrus said. D unp. 1524. See 
Schenkkan, Robert Frederic. 

GAVLIN, HARVEY. 
The blue-eyed cat, by Harvey Gavlin, Lynne 
Grossman and Karl Hird. Radio script 
© Harvey Gavlin, Lyne Grossman, Los 
Angeles: Karl Hird, Alhambra, Calif.; lc 
18Aug47; D unp. 1418. 

GELGOOD, IRWIN S. 
Once upon a crime. Radio script, Sept 5, 
1947. Presenting Eve Knight in "The 
affair of a missing letter. © Irwin S. 
Gelgood (professionally known as Irwin 
Gielgud), Los Angeles; lc 19Sep47; 
D unp. 10946. 

GELZER, Jay. 
Delilah. D unp. 9969. See Vigouroux, 
George. 

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY. AP- 
PLIANCE AND MERCHANDISE DEPART- 
MENT. 

The story of Caleb Cabot Illustrated 
lecture. © Appliance & Merchandise 
Dept, General Electric Co., Bridgeport, 
Conn.; lc 210ct47; C 1846. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Chevrolet 
Motor Division. 
Advance-design Chevrolet trucks. C 1770. 

See Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Big-car quality. C 1773. See Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Safeguarding your parts investment 

C 1611. See Handy (Jam) Organization, 

Inc. 
Sell trucks the right way. C 1610. See 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
What brings them back. C 1609. See 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Frigidaire 
Division. 

Carefree washing — the Frigidaire auto- 
matic way. C 1608. See Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 






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Does your prospect have "R.S." C 1613. 

See Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 
Headline news. C 1612. See Handy 

(Jam) Organization, Inc. 
It s In your hands. C 1614. See Handy 

(Jam) Organization, Inc. 
Right servicing. C 1607. See Handv 

(Jam) Organization, Inc. 
Weather — or not C 1606. See Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Wrinkles away. C 1605. See Handy (Jam) 

Organization, Inc. 

THE GENTUS. D unp. 1253. See Brower, 
Albert 

GENOVESE, MICHAEL A NGELO. 
Too many ghosts, a three act mystery 
drama. © Michael Angelo Genovese, 
Brooklyn; lc 23jul47; D unp. 10559. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. 

A Christmas story, an operetta In one 
act, based on Charles Dickens' "Christ- 
mas carol." Minneapolis [1947]. 54 p. 
26cm. (Denlson's operettas) © T. S. 
Denlson & Co., Minneapolis; 20Oct47; 
D pub. 11196. 

The day after Christmas, comedy in one 
act for women, by Dorothy Sterling 
[pseud.] Boston, Baker's Plays [19471. 
26 p. 19cm. © Walter H. Baker Co., 
Boston; 5Sep47; D pub. 10900. 

Kentucky Sue, a hillbilly musical comedy 
In one act, for unchanged voices. Minne- 
apolis [1947]. 60 p. 26cm. (Denlson's 
musical comedies) © T. S. Denlson & 
Co., Minneapolis; 17Nov47; D pub. 11744. 

Little Tommy Tucker, a farce comedy in 
three acts. Minneapolis [1947]. 92 p. 
19cm. (Denlson's royalty plays) © T. S. 
Denlson & Co., Minneapolis; 310ct47; 
D pub. 11525. 

Scatterbraln, a delightfully dizzy comedy 
in three acts, by Dorothy Sterling [pseud.] 
Boston [19471. 73 p. 19cm. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co., 
Boston; 18Sep47; D pub. 1858. 

That's my boy, a comedy in three acts, by 
Virginia Mitchell [pseud.] New York, 
S. French, c l 947. 89 p. 19cm. © 
Samuel French, New York; 29Aug47; 
D pub. 1802. 

Wild rose, a musical comedy in two acts. 
Minneapolis, T. S. Denlson [19471. 106 p. 
26cm. © T. S. Denlson & Co., 25Sep47; 
D pub. 11015. 

GEORGE Voevodsky story. D unp. 11265. 
See The Adventurers' Club, Nov. 8, 1947. 

GERARD, Merwln. 
Cold blood. D unp. 11215. See Lester, 
Seeleg. 

GERSHWIN. D unp. 1779. See Musical 
Browsings, no. 1. 

GERSTEL, FELDf MARTIN. 
Atomic diary. A play In three acts. © 
Felix M. Gerstel, New York; lc 12Nov47; 
D unp. 11422. 

GERWIN, CLIFFORD. 
The third descent A play In three acts. © 
Clifford Gerwln, Pittsburgh; lc 220ct47; 
D unp. 11123. 

■ 

GET acquainted with yourself. C 1524. See 
Kamm, Abraham R. 

GET them talking. C 1911. See Handy 
(Jam) Organization, Inc. 

A GHOST of a chance. D unp. 1447. See 
Landls, Robert Irvine. 

GIBBS, Harry C. 
The peanut whistle. D unp. 10467. See 



Barnhart, Charles E. 

GIBNEY. Morgan W. 
Eternal flame. D unp. 11671. See 

Wilding Picture Productions, "Inc. 
House on the rock. D unp. 9712. See 

Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 
Miracle In paradise. D unp. 1671. See 

Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 
Turn about is fair play. D unp. 1670. 

See Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 

GIBSON, ARTHUR COLLES. 
The Investor. A play In three acts. © 
Arthur ColUs Gibson, Jr.. San Fran- 
cisco; lc 2Jun47; D unp. 10522. 

G1ELGUD, Irwin, pseud. See Gelgood, 
Irwin S. 

THE GIFT. D unp. 11823. See Curry, 
John Robert 

THE GIFT of tears. D unp. 11942. See 
Kuner, Mildred Christophe. 

GIGGLES and gore. See Gagne, Marie 
Dow. Horrible Hannah. D unp. 11275. 

GIGI and the magic ring. D unp. 1556. See 
Let's Pretend, Aug. 2, 1947. 

THE GILACC. D unp. 1682. See Sachs, 
Danny Howard. 

GILBERT. C. F. 
Wholesale and retail financing for appli- 
ances and radios. C 1874. See West- 
Inghouse Electric Corporation. 

GILBERT, CLEMENT SCOTT. 
Elmire Strong. A play In three acts. © 
Clement Scott Gilbert, Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; lc 27Jul47; D unp. 9975. 

GILBERT. E ME LIE ELIZABETH. 
Fear and the open road. A play. 115 
leaves. © Emelie Elizabeth Gilbert, 
Round Lake, N. Y.; lc 7Nov47; D unp. 
12056. 

GILBERT, MILTON. 
This is it, a musical reality by Milton 
Gilbert; music and lyrics by David 
Gold. In three acts. Text only. © 
Milton Gilbert, Brooklyn; David Gold, 
New York; lc 80ct47; D unp. 1969. 

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck. 
Patience. See Besoyan, Richard Vaughn. 
Foot-loose and fancy. D unp. 9873. 

GILNER, ELIAS. 

Rebellion at the gates; or, The voice of 
Israel. A drama in two acts, five 
scenes. © Ellas Gllner, Brooklyn; lc 
ljul47; D unp. 9678. New matter: 
revisions. Prev. reg. "Resistance or 
Forbidden shore," 16Dec46; D unp. 6597. 

The rescue; first episode of The rebirth 
of a nation," dramatic episodes In the 
life of modern Palestine. Radio script 
© Ellas Gllner, Brooklyn; lc 9Dec47; 
D unp. 11919. 

GINNES, A. S. See Exploring the Unknown 
(Radio programT" 

GINSBURY, NORMAN. 
The First Gentleman, a play in three acts. 
© Norman Glnsbury, London; lc 180ct47; 
D unp. 11237. New matter: revisions. 
Prev. reg. 15Jan37; D unp. 47177. 

GIORDANO, Joseph. 
The long and short of It D unp. 11273. 
See Festa, James. 

GIRASOL. D unp. 11748. See NuguS, Fran- 
cisco Antonio. 



GIRAUDOUX, JEAN. 
La folle de Challlot, by Jean Glraudoux. 
English version by Maurice J. Valency. 
In two acts. © Maurice J. Valency, 
New York; lc 13Nov47; D unp. 11711. 

THE GIRL from Goldfleld. D unp. 9765. 
See Corless, Brenda. 

GIRL In peril. D unp. 11907. See The 
Green Hornet, no. 836. 

THE GIRL next door. See Weathers, 
Winston. Adventures In radio. D pub. 
10989. 

THE GIRL who gave her sales a boost 
D unp. 11672. See Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

GIRLS alone. D unp. 10627. See Slmcoe, 
Benjamin. 

GIRLS in clover. D pub. 10742. See 
Scribner, Edwin. 

GIUSEPPE and the sergeant D unp. 12038. 
See Reader's Digest — Radio Edition, 
no. 92. 

GIVE us pause. D unp. 11420. See Hirsch, 
Samuel. 

GLAD, Art See The Guiding Light (Radio 
program) 

GLAMOUR! D pub. 1810. See Seller, Con- 
rad. 

GLASGOW, ALICE JEAN. 
Tomorrow is yours. Radio scripts, nos. 
1-9. © Alice Jean Glasgow. Washington; 
lc each 29Sep47; D unp. 1759-1767. 

GLASS, Elihu. 
Ask your father. D unp. 1732, 9887. See 
Aranow, Zedra Jurist 

GLASS, Ruth Pollen. 
Ask your father. D unp. 1732, 9887. See 
Aranow, Zedra Jurist 

GLENAAN, ICABOD. 
Such stuff as dreams, a three act play by 
Icabod Glenaan and Charles A. Parr. 
© Charles A. Parr, Hollywood; lc 
26May47; D unp. 9690. New matter: 
revisions. Prev. reg. 4Sep45; D unp. 
94858. 

GLENNON, JOHN O'LEARY. 
Coffee in the morning. Radio script © 
John O'Leary Glennon, Jackson Heights, 
N. Y.; lc 16Jul47; D unp. 10598. 

GLIKBARG, A. S. 
Saints abroad, a comedy In three acts, 
by A. S. Gllkbarg and Paul A. Blsslnger. 
© A. S. Gllkbarg, Paul A. Blsslnger, San 
Francisco; lc 5Sep47; D unp. 10851. 



THE GLITTERING jungle. 
See Hall, Eugene J. 



D unp. 11727. 



GLORY, hallelujah! D unp. 11842. See 
Freybe, Carl E. 

GLUECK, SHELDON. 
Lest we forget; or, One German mother. 
A play In a prologue, an entr acte, and 
two acts. © Sheldon Glueck, Cambridge, 
Mass.; lc 25Sep47; D unp. 1776. 

GO and be counted. D unp. 12021. See 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no.TT. 



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GOD alone is peace. See Millman, David. 
Sun of freedom. D imp. 1851. 

THE GODS and Delia. D imp. 9812. See 
Batley, J. Arthur. 



THE GODSON. D unp. 1097-8. 
Anthony. 



See Palma, 



GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. 
Die wahlverwandtschaften. See Barnett, 
Paul. Elective affinities. D unp. 11122. 

GOETZ, AUSTIN. 
The mysterious traveling bag, a three-act 
super-comedy. Syracuse, N. Y., cl947. 
102 p. 19cm. (Bugbee's thrift plays) © 
Willis N. Bugbee Co., Syracuse, N. Y.; 
60ct47; D pub. 11301. 

GOFF, MADISON LEITCH. 
The Devil's daughter, a comedy. In three 
acts. © Madison Leitch Goff, Glendale, 
Calif.; lc 29Jun47; D unp. 10415. 

GOGGAN, JOHN PATRICK. 
The story of Mary Surratt; play in three 
acts by John Patrick [pseud.] Acting ed. 
[New York] Dramatists Play Service 
[1947]. 80 p. 19cm. © John Patrick, 
Suffern, N. Y.; 70ct47; D pub. 11434., 
New matter: revisions. Prev. reg. 
"This gentle ghost," 2May40; D unp. 
70055. 

GOGOL, Nikolai VasU'evich. 
The cloak. D unp. 1386. See Lithgow, 

Arthur Washington. 
Der Revisor. See Benatzky, Ralph. 

Kleinstadt Zauber. D pub. 11076. 

GOING to Omaha. D unp. 1968. See O'Neil, 
John Clyde. 

GOLD, David. 
This is it. D unp. 1969. See Gilbert, 
Milton. 

GOLD dust. D unp. 9759. See Rogers, 
Virginia Browder. 



GOLD hill. D unp. 9767. 
Henry. 



See Thayer, 



GOLD hungry. See Le Veque, Edward. Ad- 
ventures of Lucky Bob. Chapter I. D unp. 
11708. 

GOLD is where you find it D unp. 11605. 
See Reader's Digest — Radio Edition, 
no. 88. 

GOLD train. D unp. 10529. See The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2267-1492. 

GOLDBERG, RONALD. 
Unwittingly, by Ronald Richards [pseud.] 
Radio script. © Ronald Goldberg, Brook- 
lyn; lc 13Aug47; D unp. 1350. 

GOLDEN, Alfred L. 
A young man's fancy. D unp. 9865. See 
Thurschwell, Harry T. 

GOLDEN, Beth. See Rooks, Bessie Golden. 

THE GOLDEN angel. D unp. 11818. See 
Schiller, Fred. 

THE GOLDEN apple. D unp. 10827. See 
Cairns, Dorothy. 

THE GOLDEN door. D unp. 9813. See 
Rosten, Norman. 

THE GOLDEN horse. D unp. 11938. See 
Rogers, John Lewis. 

THE GOLDEN journey. D unp. 11447. See 
Atkins, Charles Carroll Colby. 



THE GOLDEN nineties. D unp. 1491. See 
Hutner, Herbert Hart. 

GOLDEN slippers. D unp. 10681. See 
Steele, Wilbur Daniel. 

THE GOLDEN waltz. D unp. 1237. See 
Hetenyi, Lulu. 

GOLDMAN, Isidore H., d.b.a. Palestine- 
American Records Co. See Palestine- 
American Records Co. 

GOLDMARIE und Pechmarie. See Latus, 
Ingeborg Kappelhoff. Frau Holle. D unp. 
11911. 

GOLDSMITH, CLIFFORD. 
Aldrich Family. See Aldrich Family 

(Radio program) 
Try it on for size, a comedy in three acts. 
Based on the short story, "Youth is 
stranger than fiction," by Walter Brooks. 
© Clifford Goldsmith, Tucson, Ariz.; lc 
13Sep47; D unp. 10972. 

GOLDSMITH, MARTIN MILTON. 
The miraculous fish, a comedy in three 
acts. © Martin Milton Goldsmith, Los 
Angeles; lc 270ct47; D unp. 11159. 

GOLENPAUL, Dan. See Information 
Please (Radio program) 

GOLL, Ralph. See The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

GOLT, HARRY THOMAS. 
Beloved wife, by Perris Daniels [pseud.] 
A play in three acts. © Harry Thomas 
Golt, Santa Monica, Calif.; lc 130ct47; 
D unp. 11072. 

GONZALEZ GONZALEZ, JOSE ANTONIO. ^ 
Wolf ran, tragedia en cinco actos. © Jose 
Antonio Gonzalez Gonzalez, Mayagiiez, 
P. R.; lc 19Jul47; D unp. 10593. 

GOOD, Edward, pseud. See Myers, Rena 
May. 

GOOD morning, Glory. D unp. 10884. See 
Young, Effie. 

THE GOOD road. D unp. 11871. See Austin, 
Henry W. 

THE GOOD Shepherd. D unp. 10614. See 
Steller, Marjorie V. 

GOOD soldier Claudius. D unp. 1724. See 
Lief, Bert William. 

THE GOOD will cigarette. D unp. 11916. 
See Sweney, Maude Hessong. 

GOODBYE, top hatl D unp. 11668. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

GOODENOW, EARLE ALBERT. 
Precision gift shirt system, a merchandis- 
ing service plan for the laundry industry. 
© Earle A. Goodenow, d.b.a. Precision 
Industrial Service, Dallas; lc 29May47; 
C 1515. 

GOODMAN, ANNE LEIGH. 
The shouting dies, a play in three acts, 
by Anne Goodman and Sylvia Wright. © 
Anne Leigh Goodman, Peekskill, N. Y.; 
Sylvia Wright, New York; lc 21Aug47; 
D unp. 1446. 

GOODMAN, Evelyn. See Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

THE GOOSE HERD and the Goblin. D unp. 
9944. See Royle, Josephine Fetter. 



GORDON, ARTHUR. 
The Gordon educational plan for future 
sanitary engineers. Address. © 
Gordon Sanitary Systems Corp., Chicago; 
lc 16Aug47; C 1698. 

GORDON, GEORGE. 
Murder in angels' alley, a play in three 

acts. © George Gordon, New York; lc 

6Nov47; D unp. 11536. 
Smile, Mr. Smith; a play in three acts. © 

George Gordon, New York; lc 2Jul47; 

D unp. 1236. 

GORDON, Kurtz, pseud. See Kurtz, C. 
Gordon. 

GORDON, Philip. 
Man in the White House series. D unp. 
1424. See Spillman, Sanford. 

GORDON, Ruth. 
The leading lady. D unp. 1896. See 

Kanin, Garson. 
The smile of the world. D unp. 10675. 

See Kanin, Garson. 

GORDON, SAMUEL D. 
The Swap Shop of the air. A sample tele- 
vision script © Samuel D. Gordon, 
Laurelton, N. Y.; lc 210ct47; D unp. 
11068. 

THE GORDON educational plan for future 
sanitary engineers. C 1698. See Gordon, 
Arthur. 

GORDON Sanitary Systems Corporation. 
The Gordon educational plan for future 
sanitary engineers. C 1698. See Gordon, 
Arthur. 

GORDUN, WINIFRED WOLFE. 
The first apple, a love story in two acts, 
by Winifred Wolfe. © Winifred Wolfe 
Gordun, New York; lc 30Oct47; D unp. 
11529. 

GORHAM, Charles O. 
The little distance. D unp. 1571. See 
Gorham, Ethel. 

GORHAM, ETHEL. 
The little distance, a play in three acts, by 
Ethel and Charles Gorham. © Charles O. 
Gorham, Ethel Gorham, New Preston, 
Conn.; lc 10Sep47; D unp. 1571. 

GOSDEN, Freeman F. See The Amos 'N' 
Andy Show (Radio program) 

GOW, RONALD. 
Tess, a play based on Thomas Hardy's 
"Tess of the D'Urbervilles." In three 
acts. © Ronald Gow, Beaconsfield, 
Bucks., Eng.; lc 25Jul47; D unp. 10570. 

GRABOW, Harry. 
The turning point. D unp. 11083. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

GRABSCHEID, HENRY GUSTAVE. 
Imitating a shyster lawyer, a one act 
comedy. © Henry Gustave Grabscheid, 
Minneapolis; lc 24Jun47; D unp. 9898. 

GRACIA, LAURENCE. 
Case history, a play in three acts and five 
scenes. © Laurence Gracia, San Fran- 
cisco; lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11522. 
The price of policy, a play in three scenes. 
© Laurence Gracia, San Francisco; lc 
3Nov47; D unp. 11523. 

GRACE Mansion. See Vossen, Amelia 
Julia. Gracie Square. D unp. 1923. 

GRACE Square. D unp. 1923. See Vossen, 
Amelia Julia. 



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GRAFT crosses a bridge. D unp. 11697. 
See The Green Hornet, no. 831. 

GRAHAM, Marlon. See Berryman, Marlon 
Graham. 

GRAHAM, MERCI P. BATESON. 
Lady Godlva; or, Tessy telling us. An 
original monologue-photoplay. 21 leaves. 
© Merci P. Bateson Graham, Newark, 
N. J.; lc 7Sep47; D unp. 1849. 

GRAINGER. CYRIL. 
Sir Oliver s heir, a sequel to "The school 
for scandal," In one act London [1947]. 
43 p. 19cm. (French's acting edition, 
no. 834) © Samuel French, ltd., London; 
2Sep47; D pub. 11142. 

THE GRANBY affair. D unp. 11233. See 
Burkert, Mary Lou Cooke. 

LE GRAND flirt. D unp. 1339. See Mairens, 
Jacques. 

GRAND furlough. D unp. 1727. See Berland, 
Sydney Isaac. 

GRAND National night D pub. 11808. See 
Christie, Dorothy. 

GRAND Pianoforte Hotel. D unp. 1412. See 
Anderson, Aethel Margaret Watt The 
Peggy Watt's story hour. 

GRAND Staff Playhouse. D unp. 1413. See 
Anderson, Aethel Margaret Watt The 
Peggy Watt's story hour. 

UN GRAND tlmlde. D unp. 11717. See 
Noe, Yvan. 

GRANDFATHER Ames. D unp. 11965. See 
Greenspan, Harry. 

GRANDMA and the Sea Gull. D unp. 10779. 
See Reader's Digest — Radio Edition, 
no. 76. 

GRANT, Will C. See Dr. I. Q. (Radio pro- 
gram) 

GRANT Advertising, inc. See Dr. I. Q. 
(Radio program) 

GRANTLEY, Arthur, pseud. See Meredith, 
Isaac Hickman. 

GRAVES, JEAN. 
Johnny Pye and the Fool-killer. Book and 
lyrics by Jean Graves and Robert May- 
berry, music by Robert Mayberry. Based 
on an origlna' story by Steven Vincent 
Benet In two acts. © Robert Mayberry, 
Jean Graves, New York; lc 12Aug47; 
D unp. 1862. 

GRAY, ISABEL McREYNOLDS. 
Oh no, Mr. Long! Comedy in three acts. 

© Isabel McReynolds Gray, Los Angeles; 

lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11996. 
These things happen; or, Vacancy. A play 

in three acts. © Wynne Lorraine La Vani 

Vance, Los Angeles; lc 27Jun47; D unp. 

10536. New matter: revision. Prev. reg. 

"Vacancy," 26Jul46; D unp. 4290. 

GRAY, Marshall, pseud. See Greenberg, 
Emanuel Martin. 

THE GREAT American family. D pub. 
11796. See Rouverol, Aurania (Ellerbeck) 

THE GREAT American woman. D unp. 1544. 
See Martin, Alan Kent 

THE GREAT Barrington. D unp. 11313. See 
Russell, Frank Liscum. 



GREAT expectations. D unp. 11540. 
Lux Radio Theatre, Oct. 13, 1947. 



See 



THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (Radio pro- 
gram) 
Scripts in this series are by John Whedon, 

Sam Moore, Gene Stone, Jack Robinson, 

John Elliotte, and Andy White. Kraft 

Foods Co., Chicago. 
257, 258. May 28, June 4 1947. © lc 

each 7Jul47; D unp. 9744, 9745. 
259-263. Sept 10, 17, 24, Oct 1, 8, 1947. 

© lc each 180ct47: D unp. 11047-11051. 
264-267. Oct 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5. 1947. 

© lc each 25Nov47; D unp. 11735-11738. 
268-271, 273. Nov. 12, 19 26, Dec. 3, 10, 

1947. © lc each 22Dec47; D unp. 

12029-12033. 

THE GREAT Mahooskoos. D unp. 9854. 
See Wolff, William W. 

GREAT Scotts. D pub. 10673. See Hale, 
Ruth. 

THE GREATER fortune. D unp. 1338. See 
Rich, Louis. 

THE GREATER shield. D unp. 11371. See 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 41. 

THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Henry Den- 
ker. © Rayshow, inc., New York. 

23. June 29, 1947. The lost sheep. © lc 
3Jul47; D unp. 10431. 

24. July 6, 1947. As ye would that men 
should do to you. © lc 15Jul47; D unp. 
10507. 

25. July 13, 1947. The loaves and the 
fishes. © lc 22Jul47; D unp. 10543. 

26. July 20, 1947. Be not afraid. © lc 
25Jul47; D unp. 10575. 

27. July 27, 1947. The pearl of great 
price. © lc 31Jul47; D unp. 10607. 

28. Aug. 3, 1947. A house built on rock. 
© lc 8Aug47; D unp. 10677. 

29. Aug. 10, 1947. Lord, make me clean. 
© lc 14Aug47; D unp. 10700. 

30. Aug. 17, 1947. The lost coin. © lc 
21Aug47; D unp. 10733. 

31. Aug. 24, 1947. Call not any man a 
fool. © lc 27Aug47; D unp. 10775. 

32. Aug. 31, 1947. The calling of Mat- 
thew. © lc 4Sep47; D unp. 10830. 

33. Sept 7, 1947. If thine eye offend thee. 
© lc 13Sep47; D unp. 10914. 

34. Sept 14. 1947. Who shall desire to 
be first? © lc 19Sep47; D unp. 11238. 

35. Sept 21, 1947. Where are the nine? 
© lc 25Sep47; D unp. 10967. 

36. Sept 28, 1947. The kingdom of God 
is within you. © lc 10ct47; D unp. 
10994. 

37. Oct 5, 1947. The troubled waters 
© lc 120ct47; D unp. 1922. 

38. Oct 12, 1947. The wind and the sea 
obey Him. © lc 180ct47; D unp. 11314. 

39. Oct 19, 1947. Let us grow together. 
© lc 240ct47; D unp. 11151. 

40. Oct 26, 1947. Who is forgiven most? 
© lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11331. 

41. Nov. 2, 1947. The greater shield. © 
lc 6Nov47; D unp. 11371. 

42. Nov. 9, 1947. And it shall be given to 
you. © lc 14Nov47; D unp. 11490. 

43. Nov. 16, 1947. All ye are brethren. 
© lc 19Nov47; D unp. 11599. 

44. Nov. 23, 1947. Thy soul shall be re- 
quired. © lc 25Nov47; D unp. 11728. 

45. Nov. 30 1947. And her name was 
Mary. © lc 4Dec47; D unp. 11857. 

46. Dec. 7, 1947. Blessed among women. 
© lc 10Dec47; D unp. 11920. 

47. Dec. 14, 1947. Go and be counted. © 
lc 22Dec47; D unp. 12021. 



GREBANIER, JOSEPH PHILIP. 
The wake. A play In one scene. ) Joseph 
P. Grebanier, Brooklyn; lc 2Dec47; 
D unp. 11837. 

GREECE before Golgotha. See Vlachos, 
Andrew J. E Ellas pro tou Golgotha. 
D pub. 11701. 

GREEG, EARL PAUL. 
Lily of the valley; or, Pure as the driven 
snow. A melodrama in three acts. 
Earl Paul Greeg, Omaha; lc 21Jul47; 
D unp. 9908. 

GREEN, CARL P. 
Flnnegan Flounder. A monologue. © Carl 
P. Green, Washington; lc 80ct47; D unp. 
11431. 

GREEN, JANET. 
The Wizard of Oz, by L. Frank Baum; 
English stage version adapted by Janet 
Green. In two parts. © Janet Green, 
London; lc 23Jun47; D unp. 10610. 

GREEN apples. D unp. 10922. See Tullen, 
Jacob. 

GREEN garters. D pub. 9980. See West- 
lake, Wilfred. 

THE GREEN HORNET (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Green Hornet, inc., Detroit 

812. June 24, 1947. Of thee I sing, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 22Jun47; D unp. 
10444. 

813. July 1, 1947. Murder by mail, by 
Trendle-Lay. © lc HJul47; D unp. 
10484. 

814. July 8, 1947. Almost used cars, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc HJul47; D unp. 
10485. 

815. July 15, 1947. City Hall shakeup, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc HJul47; D unp. 
10486. 

816. July 22, 1947. The man who forgot, 
by Trendle-Striker. © lc HJul47; D unp. 
10487. 

817. July 29, 1947. Double-double-cross, 
by Trendle-Lay. © lc 19Jul47; D unp. 
10531. 

818. Aug. 5, 1947. Hornet's revenge, by 
Trendle-Lay. © lc 28Jul47; D unp. 10581. 

819. Aug. 12, 1947. Bamum was right, 

by Trendle-Randon. © lc 9Aug47; D unp. 
10693. 

820. Aug. 19, 1947. The grocery man, by 
Trendle-Lay. © lc 9Aug47; D unp. 10694. 

821. Aug. 26, 1947. The leopard's spots, 
by Trendle-Striker. © lc 10Oct47; D 
unp. 1884. 

822. Sept 2, 1947. The dock robber gang, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. S lc 10Oct47; 

D unp. 1885. 

823. Sept 9, 1947. Old folks at home, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 10Oct47; D unp. 
1886. 

824. Sept 16, 1947. Parking pays off, by 
Trendle-Randon. i 1 lc 290ct47; D unp. 
11383. 

825. Sept 23, 1947. Death on the flying 
trapeze, by Trendle-Striker. S lc 
290ct47; D unp. 11384. 

826. Sept 30, 1947. Cash down the drain, 
by Trendle-Striker. © lc 290ct47; D unp. 
11385. 

827. Oct 7, 1947. The ring of the Green 
Hornet, by Trendle-Striker. lc 
290ct47; D unp. 11386. 

828. Oct 14, 1947. High pressure, by 
Trendle-Striker. B lc 290ct47; D unp. 
11387. 

829. Oct 21, 1947. Marked money, by 
Trendle-Striker. B lc 290ct47; D unp. 
11388. 



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THE GREEN HORNET (Radio program) 
Cont'd. 

830. Oct 28, 1947. Exposed, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 290ct47: D imp. 11389. 

831. Nov. 4, 1947. Graft crosses a 
bridge, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
24Nov47; D unp. 11697. 

832. Nov. 11, 1947. Too hot to handle, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 
11698. 

833. Nov. 18, 1947. The man on top, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 24Nov47; D unp. 
11699. 

834. Nov. 25, 1947. The plan that back- 
fired, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 8Dec47; 
D unp. 11900. 

835. Dec. 2, 1947. Number man, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 8Dec47; D unp. 
11901. 

836. Dec. 9, 1947. Girl in peril, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 8Dec47; D unp. 
11907. 

837. Dec. 16, 1947. Lawful murder, by 
Trendle-Randon. © lc 8Dec47; D unp. 
11902. 

838. Dec. 23, 1947. Dead man's topcoat, 
by Trendle-Striker. © lc 19Dec47; 

D unp. 12070. 

839. Dec. 30, 1947. Tickets to the Rose- 
bowl, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 19Dec47; 
D unp. 12071. 

GREEN Hornet, inc. See The Green Hornet 
(Radio program) 

GREEN shudders. D pub. 11113. See 
Olson, Esther E. 

GREENBERG, EMANUEL MARTIN. 
The millionth moon, a satirical farce, by 
Marshall Gray [pseud.] In three acts and 
seven scenes. © Emanuel Martin Green- 
berg, New York; lc 28Aug47; D unp. 11317. 

GREENBERG, GEORGIA COOK. 
Where the heart is, a play in three acts, 
by Georgia and Henry Greenberg. © 
Henry F. Greenberg, Georgia C. Green- 
berg, Los Angeles; lc 15Dec47; D unp. 
11960. 

GREENBERG, Henry F. 
Where the heart is. D unp. 11960. See 
Greenberg, Georgia Cook. 

GREENBERG, Jack. 
Seven by twenty. D unp. 11157. See Otis, 
Nancy Marie. 

GREENBERG, Stanley R. 
The eight candle revue. D pub. 11739. 
See Shuster, Leroy C. 

GREENBRIER. D unp. 1490. See Trigg, 
Emma Gray. 

GREENE, Luther. 
Consider the lilies. D unp. 11090. See 
Fitz Patrick, Denys Skeffington. 

GREENE, RUBY McMULLIN. 
With honor, an American comedy. In three 
acts. © Ruby McMullin Greene, Long 
Beach, Calif.; lc HJul47; D unp. 10469. 

THE GREENER grass. D unp. 11414. See 
Coleman, Warren Riche. 

GREENSPAN, HARRY. 
Grandfather Ames. A play in three acts. 
© Harry Greenspan, New York; lc 
18Dec47; D unp. 11965. 

GREGG, J. Peter, pseud. See Crocco, J. 
Peter. 

GREGORY, HAROLD JAMES. 
Miss Date Bait, a comedy in three acts. 



© Harold James Gregory, Minneapolis; 
lc 4Aug47; D unp. 1393. 

GRETSCHINS, George. 
Silver sun. D unp. 1396. See Salzman, 
Frances Klenett 

GREVE, Pierre, pseud. See Guerre, 
Pierre. 

GRIFFIN, CATHERINE M. 
A fellow needs a friend, a play in three 
acts, by Kate Crehan [pseud. 1 and Paul 
Scott [pseud.] Boston, Baker s Plays 
[1947J. 118 p. 19cm. © Walter H. 
Baker Co., Boston; 5Sep47; D pub. 10902. 

GRIFFIN, Elsie Hazeltine. 
Pickwick Penguin and Willy Wallaby dis- 
cover America. D unp. 9727. See 
Warren, Letty. 

GRIFFIN, HERBERT RICHARD. 
One day nearer the white- robed throne, 
a drama in three acts. © Herbert Rich- 
ard Griffin. Camden, N. J.; lc 25Sep47; 
D unp. 1932. 

GRIFFIN, IRENE FRANCES. 
The shadowboxers, a play in three acts. 
© Irene Frances Griffin, Brooklyn; lc 
6Aug47; D unp. 10657. New matter: re- 
vision. Prev. reg. 8Jan47; D unp. 6851. 

GRILL, AUGUST ANDREW JOSEPH. 
Comes the revolution, a comedy. In four 
acts. © August Andrew Joseph Grill, 
Birmingham, Ala.; lc 13Sep47; D unp. 
1597. 

GRIM voyage. D unp. 10876. See The 
Sheriff, no. 155. 

GRIMM, Jakob Ludwig Karl, Rumplestilskin. 
D unp. 1616. See Rice, George Carroll. 

GRIMM, Wilhelm Karl. Rumplestilskin. 
D unp. 1616. See Rice, George Carroll. 

GRISELDA. D unp. 11816. See Hauptmann, 
Gerhart Johann Robert 

GRIZZLY. D unp. 10443. See Challenge of 
the Yukon, no. 486. 

THE GROCERY man. D unp. 10694. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 820. 



GRONEMANN, S. 
Jacob and Christian. 
Weiss, Rudolf. 



D unp. 11613. See 



GROSS, Ben S. 
What this town needs. D unp. 1522. See 
Zerner, Charles. 

GROSSMAN, Lynne. 
The blue-eyed cat D unp. 1418. See 
Gavlin, Harvey. 

GROSSMAN, MARY. 
So you think you can write poetry, a radio 
play. © Mary Grossman, Baltimore; lc 
15Dec47; D unp. 11935. 

GROSSMAN, ROSE. 

An imaginary conference with parents on 
the subject of pre-formal music, with 
musical demonstrations and illustrations. 
© Rose Grossman, New York; lc 12Sep47; 
D unp. 1586. 

Suggestions for a rainy day. A play with 
music, full of suggestions for rainy day 
activities for a child. Recording script 
Text and music on separate leaves. © 
Rose Grossman, New York; lc 9Sep47; 
D unp. 1970. 



GROUT, Charlotte. See Grout, Lilian 
Charlotte. 

GROUT, LILIAN CHARLOTTE. 
Gamin in the rain, by Charlotte Grant 
and Beth Golden. A play in ten scenes. 
© Charlotte Grout, Beth Golden, New 
York; lc 4Aug47; D unp. 1264. 

GROVER, EMILY BARBARA. 
Through Him who strengthens me, the 
story of the life of St Frances Xavier 
Cabrini. A musical play in three acts 
and finale. Text only. © Emily Barbara 
Grover, Denver; lc 24Nov47; D unp. 
11749. 

GROWIN' up. C 1596. See Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

GRUENBERG, JOHN. 
Weather report A television script with 
incidental music, by John Gruenberg, 
2d and Arthur Beaumont © John Gruen- 
berg, 2d, Philadelphia; lc 29jun47; D unp. 
1372. 

GRUENWALD, Alfred. 
All in one night; or, Mister in-between. 
D unp. 1838. See Craig, Walter. 

GRUSETZ, Esther. 
Four on a honeymoon. D unp. 11158. See 
Herman, Milton Abraham. 

GRUSKIN, ELLIOTT A. 
Pi R squared. Radio script © Elliott 
A. Gruskin, New York; lc 120ct47; D unp. 
1919. 

GUERRE, PIERRE. 
Le revolver de Venise, piece en 3 actes 
de MM. Pierre Greve [pseud.] et Victor 
Camarat [pseud. 1 (In Les oeuvres libres. 
Nouv. ser., no. 13. Paris, A. Fayard 
[1946], 19cm. p. [2551-318) © Pierre 
Greve, Victor Camarat, Marseille, 
France; 150ct46; D pub. 1832. 

THE GUIDING angel and Prodigal. D unp. 
1785. See Hector, Henrietta Mable. 

THE GUIDING LIGHT (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Art Glad. © 

Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati. 
30. July 14, 1947. © lc 12Aug47; D unp. 

1498. 
62. Aug. 26, 1947. © lc 12Sep47; D unp. 

1638. 
81. Sept 22, 1947. © lc 270ct47; D unp. 

11191. 
107. Oct 28, 1947. © lc 10Nov47; D unp. 

11430. 
120. Nov. 14, 1947. © lc 16Dec47; D unp. 

12012. 

GUILLERMO Hotel. See Madden, Cecil 
Charles. Smith's Hotel. D unp. 11287. 

GUILTY. D unp. 11018. See Maxwell, 
Robert 

GULOTTA, ANTHONY. 
Pirate surprise chest; or, Pirate treasure 
chest Radio script © Anthony Gulotta, 
New Orleans; lc 27Sep47; D unp. 1738. 

GUN runner's boy. D unp. 10491. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2257-1482. 

GURIAN, MANNING MAX. 
Lemple's old man, a comedy in three acts. 
© Manning Gurian, New York; lc 5Sep47; 
D unp. 1543. 

GURVTTZ, SIMON. 
I'm gona grow a beard. A dialogue. © 
Simon Gurvitz, Detroit; lc 290ct47; D unp. 
11531. 



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The versatile Frenchman. A play In one 
scene. © Simon Gurvltz, Detroit; lc 
13Nov47; D unp. 11759. 



GUSSMAN, Charles. See Young Doctor 
Malone (Radio program) 

A GUY, a gal and so forth. D unp. 11286. 
See Llebman, Max. 



THE GUY Al. D unp. 1581. See Coyne, 
Margaret. 



GWIN, JULIA. 
Can you darn socks? A play In two 
scenes. © Julia Gwln (Ault) Charlottes- 
ville, Va.; lc 28Jun47;D unp. 1295. 



THE GYNOCRATS. D unp. 10580. S_£e. 
Rodack, Juel. 



GYPSY patteran. D unp. 9758. Sfi£ 
Rogers, Virginia Browder. 



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HL/GLS. C 1763. See Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

HAAG, JESSIE HELEN. 
Nottingham fair, an outdoor pageant of the 
days of Richard, Coeur de Lion and 
Robin Hood. In three episodes. 
© Jessie Helen Haag, Lansdale, Pa.; 
lc 8Aug47; D unp. 1401. 

HAAPA, ARVO EDWIN. 
Mystery quiz of the air. Radio script, by Arvo 
E. Haapa and Mary A. Haapa. © Arvo E. 
Haapa, Los Angeles; lc 10Dec47; D unp. 
11918. 

HAAPA, MARY A. 
Mystery quiz of the air. D unp. 11918. 
See Haapa, Arvo Edwin. 

HACKETT, WALTER. 
Ah, romance I A one -act comedy for women. 
Boston [1947]. 23 p. 19cm. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co., 
Boston; 15Sep47; D pub. 1859. 



HADAMAR. D unp. 
Brand, Otto. 



9940, D pub. 10592. See 



HAD LEY, ROBERTA. 

C ockcrow. A play in two acts. © Roberta 
Hadley, New York; lc 18Nov47; D unp. 
11606. 

HAG-YOVEL b'kibbutz. D unp. 1312. See 
Hameiri, A. A celebration in a kibbutz. 

HAGEN, JOHN MILTON. 
Flying saucers; or, Flying discs. A 
dramatico-musical play in two acts and a 
prologue, by Sterling Sherwin [pseud.] 
Text only. © Sterling Sherwin, Mill Valley, 
Calif.; lc 12Jul47; D unp. 1249. 

HAGERTY, DONN FRANCIS. 
The last blind date, a play in three 
acts. © Donn Hagerty, New York; 
lc 15Jul47; D unp. 9866. 

HAIL Columbia. See 
Haussamen, C^ane. D unp. 10703. 
Parke, James Hambright. D unp. 1303. 

HALE, Nathan. 
Great Scotts. D pub. 10673. See Hale, 
Ruth. 

HALE, RUTH. 
Great Scotts, a comedy in three acts, by 
Ruth and Nathan Hale. Marion la., Art 
Craft Play Co., 1947. 104 p. 19cm. © 
J. Vincent Heuer, Marion, la.; 31Jul47; 
D pub. ^673. 
Honey of a peach, a comedy in one act. 
Marion, la., Art Craft Play Co., cl947. 
20 p. 20cm. © J. Vincent Heuer, Marion, 
la., 15Sep47; D pub. 1687. 

HALF-world. D unp. 1218. See Weingarten, 
Aaron. 

HALL, EUGENE J. 
The glittering jungle, a play in three 
acts. © Eugene J. Hall, New York; 
lc 25Nov47; D unp. 11727. 

HALL, FREDERICK STANLEY. 
Ballade. D unp. 1655. See Hastings, 
Marjorle Goff. 

HALL, GEORGE. 
There's always Coronet, a blackout sketch 
for musical review; sophisticated satire. 
© George Hall, New York; lc 18Jul47; 
D unp. 10515. 



United frustrations, a blackout sketch 
for musical review; topical satire. © 
George Hall, New York; lc 17Sep47; 
D unp. 10927. 

HALL, JOHN DAVIDSON. 
The lost author, a comedy in one act. 
Minneapolis, Northwestern Press, cl947. 
25 p. 20cm. © Northwestern Press, 
Minneapolis; 27Sep47; D pub. 10999. 



HALLOWE'EN. D unp. 11204. 
Robert Frederic. 



See Schenkkan, 



THE HALLOWE'EN secret. D unp. 11506. 
See The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 57. 

HALO In reserve. D unp. 1836. See Lindsay, 
H. P. 

HAMBLETON, JOHN SPAULDING. 
Icing on aircraft. A lecture to pilots of 
the North Dakota Air National Guard, 
12 November 1947. © John Spaulding 
Hambleton, Springfield, Ky.; lc 24Nov47; 
C 1932. 

HAMEIRI, A. 
A celebration in a kibbutz (Hag-yovel 
b'kibbutz) Hebrew text by A. Hameiri [and 
others] music by Marc Lavry [and others] 
Text and music on separate leaves. © 
Isidore H. Goldman, d.b.a. Palestine- 
American Records Co., New York; lc 
31Jul47; D unp. 1312. 

HAMEL, WILLIAM RAMONT. 
The schoolmarm, or, Anne Ingram, teacher, 
an original screenplay. © William Ramont 
Hamel, Hollywood; 30Jun47; D pub. 11118. 

HAMERSLEY, MARJORIE LUCILLE. 
Once upon a rhyme. No. 1 of a series of 
radio scripts. © Marjorie Lucille 
Hamersley, Chicago; lc 280ct47; D unp. 
11208. 

HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar. Allegro. D unp. 
10577. See Rodgers, Richard. 

HAMMONS, ROY HERMAN. 
Beyond the call of duty. An original 
three-act play. © Roy Hammons, Vernon, 
Tex.; lc 28Aug47; D unp. 10791. 

HANDEL, HARRY LADER. 
Hi ho broomstick. A play in three acts. 
© Harry Lader Handel, New York; lc 
20Sep47; D unp. 1680. 

HAND LEY, James R. 
Winning seals of approval. D unp. 9702. 
See Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

HANDY 0AM) ORGANIZATION, INC. 

Advance-design Chevrolet trucks. 
Recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp. © 
Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp., Detroit; lc 29Aug47; C 1770. 

The army career; recording script for the 
United States Army Recruiting Service. 
© United States Army Recruiting Service, 
Washington; lc 21Jun47; C 1591. 

At the speed of light; recording script 
for Operadio Manufacturing Co. © 
Operadio Mfg. Co., St. Charles, 111.; 
lc 21Jun47: C 1598. 

The basic advertising story. Recording 
script for the Coca-Cola Co. ©Coca- 
Cola Co., New York; lc 150ct47; C 1833. 

Behind the brand I Recording script for 
Swift &Co. © Swift & Co., Chicago; 
lc 29Aug47; C 1758. 

Bendlx radio, a name that helps you 
sell. Recording script for Bendlx 
Aviation Corp. © Bendlx Radio Division, 
Bendlx Aviation Corp., Baltimore; lc 
29Aug47; C 1772. 



Bendlx radios, the line that helps you 
sell. Recording script for Bendlx 
Aviation Corp. © Bendix Radio Division, 
Bendlx Aviation Corp., Baltimore; lc 
29Aug47; C 1771. 

Big-car quality. Recording script for the 
Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp., Detroit; lc 29Aug47; C 1773. 

Calling all prospects; recording script 
for the Moduflow Division of Minneapolis 
Honeywell. © Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Co., Minneapolis; lc 10Nov47; 
C 1918. 

Carefree washing, the Frigidaire 
automatic way; recording script for 
Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp. © Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp., Dayton, Ohio; lc 21Jun47; 
C 1608. 

The challenge across the counter. 
Recording script for National Cash 
Register. © National Cash Register 
Co., Dayton, Ohio; lc 29Aug47; C 1765. 

The Checkerdale salesman; recording script 
for Ralston-Purina Co. © Ralston-Purina 
Co., St. Louis; lc 21Jun47; C 1597. 

The composite restauri-i.t call; recording 
script for the Kellogg Co. © Kellogg 
Co., Battle Creek, Mich.; lc 21Jun47; 
C 1604. 

Does your prospect have "R.S."? 
Recording script for Frigidaire Division 
of General Motors Corp. © Frigidaire 
Division, General Motors Corp., Dayton, 
Ohio; lc 21Jun47; C 1613. 

Don't stick your neck out; recording 
script for the United States Army 
Recruiting Service. © United States 
Army Recruiting Service, Washington; 
lc 10Nov47; C 1915. 

Eye appeal for '47; recording script for 
the Kellogg Co. © Kellogg Co., Battle 
Creek, Mich.; lc 21Jun47; C 1603. 

The five C's of charting your course; 
recording script for the Moduflow 
Division of Honeywell. © Minneapolis- 
Honeywell Regulator Co., Minneapolis; 
lc 10Nov47; C 1919. 

The four base sale. Recording script 
for the Ral<rton-Purina Co. © Ralston 
Purina Co., St. Louis; lc 29Aug47; 
C 1764. 

Fresh as a daisy; recording script for 
the Kellogg Co. © Kellogg Co., Battle 
Creek, Mich.; lc 21Jun47; C 1602. 

Get them talking; recording script for 
the United States Army Recruiting 
Service. © United States Army 
Recruiting Service, Washington; lc 
10Nov47;C 1911. 

Growln' up; recording script for the 
Ralston-Purina Co. © Ralston-Purina Co., 
St. Louis; lc 21Jun47; C 1596. 

HL/GLS. Recording script for the 
Ralston-Purina Co. © Ralston Purina 
Co., St. Louis; lc 29Aug47; C 1763. 

Headline news; recording script for 
Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp. © Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp., Dayton, Ohio; lc 21Jun47; 
C 1612. 

Here's how to set up an outside selling 
program; recording script for the Ralston- 
Purina Co. © Ralston-Purina Co., St. Louis; 
lc 21Jun47; C 1595. 

How to get proof, parts 1-2. Recording 
scripts for Ralston-Purina Co. © Ralston 
Purina Co., St. Louis; lc each 29Aug47; 
C 1762, 1761. 

Human comfort for sale; recording 
script for the Moduflow Division of 
Honeywell. © Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Co., Minneapolis; lc 10Nov47; 
C 1920. 

If a hen could talk. Recording script 
for the Ralston-Purina Co. © Ralston 
Purina Co., St. Louis; lc 29Aug47; C 1760. 



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HANDY QAM) ORGANIZATION, INC. Cont'd. 
Instant protection against fires. 

Recording script for the Fyr-Fyter Co. 

© Fyr-Fyter Co., Dayton, Ohio; lc 

29Aug47; C 1769. 
It s In your hands; recording script for 

Frlgldalre Division, General Motors 

Corp. © Frlgldalre Division, General 

Motors Corp., Dayton, Ohio; lc 21Jun47; 

C 1614. 
It's up to you. Recording script for 

Swift & Co. © Swift & Co., Chicago; 

lc 29Aug47; C 1757. 
Keep 'em on your side; recording script 

for the United States Army Recruiting 

Service. © United States Army 

Recruiting Service. Washington; lc 

10Nov47; C 1912. 
Let us spray; recording script for the 

Ralston Purina Co. © Ralston- Purina Co., 

St, Louis; lc 21Jun47; C 1594. 
Let s face the facts. Recording script 

for Swift & Co. © Swift & Co., 

Chicago; lc 29Aug47; C 1756. 
Make it easy. Recording script for the 

Coca-Cola Co. © Coca-Cola Co., New 

York; lc 20Aug47; C 1787. 
The man on the job. Recording script 

for Swift & Co. © Swift & Co., 

Chicago; lc 29Aug47; C 1755. 
Mrs. America makes her choice. Recording 

script for Swift & Co. - Swift & Co., 

Chicago; lc 29Aug47; C 1754. 
Money flies; recording script for the 

Ralston-Purlna Co. © Ralston-Purlna Co., 

St. Louts; lc 21Jun47; C 1593. 
The pay-off; recording script for the 

Coca-Cola Company. ©Coca-Cola 

Company, New York; lc 22Jul47; 

C 1641. 
People and their money; recording script 

for Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & 

Beane. © Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner 

& Beane, New York; lc 21Jun47; C 1600. 
Permanlzed satisfaction. Recording 

script for the Mengel Co. © Mengel 

Co., Louisville, Ky.; lc 29Aug47; C 1767. 
Pocket recruiter demonstration; recording 

script for the United States Army 

recruiting. © United States Army 

Recruiting Service, Washington; lc 

21Jun47; C 1590. 
Producing pork the Purina way. 

Recording script for the Ralston- Purina 

Co. © Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis; 

lc 29Aug47; C 1759. 
Profitable retail training for Wards; 

recording script. © Montgomery Ward & 

Co., Inc., Chicago; lc 21Jun47; C 1589. 
The Purina program for dry cows; 

recording script for the Ralston-Purina 

Co. © Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis; 

lc 10Nov47; C 1917. 
The Purina program for the milking cow; 

recording script for the Ralston-Purina 

Co. D Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis; 

lc 10Nov47; C 1916. 
The Purina quality egg-marketing program; 

recording script for Ralston-Purlna 

Co. © Ralston-Purlna Co., St. Louis; 

lc 21]un47; C 1592. 
Right servicing; recording script for 

Frigidaire Division, General Motors 

Corp. © Frigidaire Division, General 

Motors Corp., Dayton, Ohio; lc 21Tun47; 

C 1607. 
Safeguarding your parts investment; 

recording script for Chevrolet Motor 

Division, General Motors Corp. © 

Chevrolet Motor Division, General 

Motors Corp., Detroit; lc 21Jun47; 

C 1611. 
Sell trucks the right way; recording 

script for Chevrolet Motor Division. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division General 

Motors Corp., Detroit; lc 21Jun47; 

C 1610. 



Selling Americans; recording script for 
the United States Army Recruiting 
Service. © United States Army 
Recruiting Service, Washington; lc 
10Nov47; C 1913. 

Setup for safety. Recording script for 
Swift & Co. © Swift & Co., Chicago; 
lc 29Aug47; C 1753. 

The story of an Idea; recording script 
for the Kellogg Co. © Kellogg Co., 
Battle Creek, Mich.; lc 21Jun47; C 1599. 

The story of Mengel. Recording script 
for the Mengel Co. © Mengel Co.. 
Louisville, Ky.; lc 29Aug47: C 1766. 

Tell the whole story, but don t waste 
time; recording script for the United 
States Army Recruiting Service. © 
United States Army Recruiting Service, 
Washington; lc 10Nov47; C 1914. 

Weather, or not; recording script for 
the Frlgldalre Division. © Frlgldalre 
Division, General Motors Corp., Dayton, 
Ohio; lc 21Tun47; C 1606. 

What brings them back; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp., 
Detroit; lc 21Jun47; C 1609. 

What every parent should know; recording 
script for the United States Army 
Recruiting Service. © United States 
Army Recruiting Service, Washington; 
lc 10Nov47; C 1921. 

Whatever became of — George Peters? 
Recording script for the Ladles 
Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars. 
© Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of 
Foreign Wars of the U. S., Kansas City, 
Mo.; lc 29Aug47; C 1768. 

Wrinkles away; recording script for the 
Frigidaire Division. ©Frlgldalre 
Division, General Motors Corp., Dayton, 
Ohio; lc 21Jun47; C 1605. 

You are the man; recording script for 
the S. S. Kresge Co. © S. S. Kresge & 
Co., Detroit; lc 21Jun47; C 1601. 



HANDY man. D pub. 
Anne Ferring. 



1721. See Weatherly, 



HANFF, HELENE. 
No legs, no jokes, no chance; a comedy. 
In three acts. © Helene Hanff Atlantic 
City; lc 21Aug47; D unp. 10734. 

HANNAN, ESTHER HARNEY. 
There's always a first time; or, Life 
with Mother. A farce comedy in three 
acts. © Esther Harney Hannan, 
Marblehead, Mass.; lc 3Dec47; D unp. 
11847. New matter: revisions. Prev. 
reg. 13May41; D unp. 74881. 

HANNAN, WALTER. 
With Jack-ln-the-Box in Toyland. Radio 
script. © Walter Hannan, Hollywood; 
lc 270ct47; D unp. 11518. 

HANSON, MARY KATHRYN. 
One on the house, an original play. 
In three acts. © Mary Kathryn 
Hanson, Aldan, Pa.; lc 7Nov47; 
D unp. 11528. 

HANSON, MEYER. 
His day, a comedy in one act. 
Marlon la., Art Craft Play Co., 
1947. 36 p. 19cm. © J. Vincent 
Heuer, Marlon, la.; 18Aug47; 
D pub. 10741. 

THE HAPPIER we'll be. D pub. 11199. See 
Sergei, Wlllard John. 



HAPPY as a king. D pub. 
Jennings, Gertrude E. 



9841. See 



HAPPY convalescence. D unp. 10895. 
See Watson, Vera Margaret. 

HAPPY family. D unp. 1519. See Wolpert, 
Roland Howard. 

THE HAPPY, happy Helpblrd. D unp. 1014. 
See Usoskln, Joan C. 

HAPPY holiday. D unp. 9863. See Eaton, 
Frances Qualntance. 

HARADA, HARRY J. 
A layman's lectures on Buddhism. Lecture 
1. Introductory remarks. 7 leaves. 
© Harry J. Harada, Evanston, 111.; lc 
24Dec47;C 1978. 

HARBOR a rebel. D unp. 1813. See Kuhn, 
Victoria. 

HARBURG, EDGAR Y. 
Flnian's rainbow, a musical satire [In two 
acts] by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saldy. 
New York, Random House [1947]. 143 p. 
21cm. Text only. © E. Y. Harburg, Fred 
Saldy, New York; 12Sep47; D pub. 10921. 

THE HARD-boiled detective. C 1852. See 
Pelovltz, Samuel Joseph. 

HARDING,, ANNA TRAIL. 
Mallandre; drama In four acts. © Anna 
T. Harding Frederick, Md.; lc 23Aug47; 
D unp. 1476. 

HARDING, BERTITA. 
Cayenne, a play In three acts. © Bertita 
Harding, Indianapolis; lc lDec47; 
D unp. 12042. 

HARDY, Thomas. 
Tess of the D'Urbervllles. See Gow, 
Ronald. Tess. D unp. 10570. 

HARK MILDRED. 

Our famous ancestors. A Thanksgiving 
play in one act, by Mildred Hark and 
Noel McQueen. Elizabethtown, Pa., 
cl947. 23 p. 20cm. (A Play Club 
selection, v. 2, no. 5) © The Play Club, 
Inc., Elizabethtown, Pa.; 10ct47; 
D pub. 1811. 

A quiet Christmas. A Christmas play 
in one act, by Mildred Hark and 
Noel McQueen. Elizabethtown, Pa., 
C1947. 23 p. 20cm. (A Play Club 
selection, v. 2, no. 8) S The Play 
Club, inc., Elizabethtown, Pa. 1Nov47; 
D pub. 11704. 

HARKINS, Peter. See Exploring the 
Unknown (Radio program) 

HARKRIDER, Jane Elizabeth. The genius. 
D unp. 1253. See Brower, Albert. 

HARLEM. D unp. 1621. See Werth, Paul. 

HARRIET. See Forbes, Irving. Hatty. 
D unp. 10903T 

HARRIS, Aurand. See Harris, James Aurand. 

HARRIS, EDITH BUTCHER. 
Jim and Joe. Episode 1, Double trouble. 
Radio drama. © Edith B. Harris, 
Washington; lc 10Oct47; D unp. 1869. 

HARRIS, ELMER. 
Lefty; character study in three acts. 
© Elmer Harris, Fortune Bridge, P. E. I., 
Can.; Victor Harris, Chevy Chase, Md.; 
lc 25Sep47; D unp. 11565. 

HARRIS, GEORGE EDWARD. 
The day Is over, a comedy In three acts; 



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based on a story by Dena Reed. 

© George Edward Harris, Morehead City, 

N. C; lc 3Nov47; D unp. 11552. 

HARRIS, JACK THOMAS. 
Renascence, a comedy in one. act. © Jack 
Thomas Harris, New York; lc 3lOct47; 
D unp. 11257. 

HARRIS, JAMES AURAND. 
The wood's colt, a play. In three acts. 
© James Aurand Harris, New York; lc 
12Sep47; D unp. 10904. 

HARRIS, RUTH GREEN. 
There's room In the world, a play in 
four scenes, by Ruth Green Harris and 
Adele Earnest. © Adele Earnest, 
Stony Point, N. Y.; lc 8Jul47; 
D unp. 9805. 

HARRIS, Victor. 
Lefty. D unp. 11565. See Harris, Elmer. 

HARRISON, Julius Allen Greenway. 
The bartered bride. D pub. 11492. See 
Sablna, Karel. 

HARSCH, ANTHONY JOSEPH. 
Chameleon. A musical play In three acts. 
Text only. © Anthony Joseph Harsch, 
Pittsburgh; lc 8Jul47; D unp. 9751. 

HARSHMAN, BETSY SOUTHGATE. 
Autumn stars. Radio script. © Betsy 
Southgate Harshman Cincinnati; 
lc 9Jul47; D unp. 1381. 

HART, Robert. 
Intrusion. D unp. 9828. See Latham, John. 

HARTER MIRIAM. 
Massey s means magic. Advertising text. 
1 leaf. © Miriam Harter, Pittsburgh; 
lc 310ct47; C 1895. 

HARTFORD School of Music. 
Escape from liberty. D pub. 1162L See 
Fellows, Douglas Merrltt. 

HARTMAN, GEORGE H. 
Sport shorts; audition script. © George 
H. Hartman, Highland Park, 111.; 
lc 22Jun47; C 1647. 

HARTMAN, WALTER EDWARD. 
Twice removed. Radio script. © Walter 
Hartman, New York; lc 14Jul47; 
D unp. 9867. 

HARTMAN, ZOE. 
Sitters in revolt; comedy in one act. 
Chicago [1947]. 32 p. 18cm. (Denlson's 
one-act plays) © T. S. Denlson & Co., 
Minneapolis; 15Aug47; D pub. 10746. 

HARTYL, Macklym, pseud. See Black, 
Thomas E. H. 

HARVEST. See 
Ray, Donald Richard. D unp. 12035. 
Segal, Myer Edward. D unp. 10915. 

HARVEY, Wilfred, pseud. See Westlake, 
Wilfred. 

HASBROUCK, FRANCES R. 
Finger in the pie; three plays for 
elementary schools. Evanston. 111., 
Row, Peterson, cl947. 48 p. 21cm, 
Contents. -Balancing Dame Memory s 
ledger. -What shall we eat?. -The ambitious 
crocus. © Row, Peterson & Co., 
Evanston, 111.; 20Nov47; D pub. 11740. 

HASSEL, Elmer Nlles. See Sermon of the 
Week, no. 29. C 1829. 



HASTINGS, Charlotte. 
Charlotte Hastings. 



See Holland. 



HASTINGS, Hollis Washburn. 
Ballade. D unp. 1655. See Hastings, 
Marjorle Goff. 

HASTINGS, MARJORIE GOFF. 
Ballade, a musical play by Marjorle G. 
and Hollis W. Hastings, A. George 
DeCapua, Jr., and Frederick S. Hall. 
In three acts. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Hollis W. 
Hastings, Marjorle G. Hastings, 
Frederick S. Hall, Charlton, Mass.; 
A. George DeCapua, Jr., New Haven; 
lc 17Sep47; D unp. 1655. 

HASTY, Jack. See Public Prosecutor 
(Television program) 

HASVOLD, PEGGY. 
The children of the 'Forty-niners. Radio 
script. © Peggy Hasvold, Hollywood; 
lc 27Jul47; D unp. 9946. 

HAT magic. D unp. 11957. See Curtlss, 
Mary E. 

HATCH, Claudia. 
I'm seventeen. D unp. 9972. See 
Vandenberghe, Paul. 

HATIKVAH. D unp. 11008. See Morris, 
George. 

HATTY. D unp. 10903. See Forbes, 
Irving. 

HAUKE, Ernst Franz. 
Hjarter kung. D unp. 11433. See Rlchter, 
Henry. 

THE HAUNTING cello. D unp. 1503. See 
Stanesco, Valerio Marin. 

HAUPTMANN, GERHART JOHANN ROBERT. 
Grlselda. A play in ten scenes. 
Translated from the German by Henry W. 
Linn. © Henry W. Linn, Brooklyn; 
lc 25Nov47; D unp. 11816. 

HAUSMAN, LEON. 
The unexpected. A three-act farce comedy 
with music. Text only. © Leon Hausman, 
Atlantic City; lc 5Dec47; D unp. 11861. 

HAUSSAMEN, CRANE. 
Hall C olumbla. A play In three acts. 
© Crane Haussamen, New York; lc 
14Aug47; D unp. 10703. 

HAVAH naaleh. D pub. 1219. See Yacobovltz, 
Ellahu. 



HAWKES and Son (London) ltd. 
Albert Herring. D pub. 9914. 
Crozler, Eric. 



See 



HAWLEY, ESTHER M. 
The way things work. A play. 10 leaves. 
© Esther M. Hawley, New York; 9Sep47; 
D pub. 10982. 

HAY, EDGAR LEE. 
Rhapsody In two flats, a comedy drama of 
New York family life, In three acts. © 
Edgar Lee Hay, Miami, Fla.; lc 7Sep47; 
D unp. 1545. New matter: revisions. 
Prev. reg. "Where's my necktie?" lOct30; 
D unp. 7441. 

HAY, Ian, pseud. See Belth, John Hay. 

HAY, NORMAN WILLIAM. 
Fifth Avenue cop, series of radio 
scripts. Runaway bride. Double In hats. 
Mystery In mink. © Norman William nay, 
New York; lc each 23Sep47; D unp. 1695-1697 



HAYES, JOSEPH ARNOLD. 
Quiet summer. D pub. 11308. See 

Hayes, Marrijane. 
The snap of the turtle, a sketch. 11 

leaves. © Marrijane Hayes, Joseph Hayes, 

Brookfield Center, Conn.; lc 19Sep47; 

D unp. 1679. 
A woman's privilege. D pub. 11309. 

See Hayes, Marrijane. 

HAYES, MARRIJANE. 

Quiet summer, a comedy in three acts, 
by Marrijane and Joseph Hayes. New 
York, S. French [19471 100 p. 19cm. 
© Samuel French, New York; 26Sep47; 
D pub. 11308. 

The snap of the turtle. D unp. 1679. See 
Hayes, Joseph Arnold. 

A woman s privilege, a light comedy 
In one act, by Marrijane and Joseph 
Hayes. New York, S. French [1947] 
32 p. 19cm. © Samuel French, 
New York; 10ct47; D pub. 11309. 

HAYNES, LYLA WATERBURY. 

The Christmas spelling bee; or, 
Christmas at Snowbank Corners. A 
Christmas operetta for elementary 
schools [In three acts]. Libretto 
by Llla Waterbury Haynes, music by 
Jean Kaiser. Evanston, m., 
Row, Peterson [1947]. 48 p. 26cm. 
© Row, Peterson &Co., Evanston, 
111.; 3Nov47; D pub. 11442. 

Santa drives again, a Christmas radio play 
with music for middle and upper grades, 
by Lyla Waterbury Haynes and Jean Kaiser. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson [1946]. 
23 p. 26cm. © Row, Peterson & Co., 
Evanston, 111.; HNov46; D pub. 1221. 

Thanksgiving in the cupboard, a play with 
music for middle and upper grades, by 
Lyla Waterbury Haynes and Jean Kaiser. 
Evanston, HI., Row, Peterson [1946]. 
16 p. 26cm. © Row, Peterson & Co., 
Evanston, 111.: HNov46; D pub. 1222. 

HAYWARD, DOLORES. 
Madame Lucifer, a musical play in a pro- 
logue, two acts and ten scenes. Book by 
D. Hayward and Ethel D. Sipperly; music 
and lyrics by Lys Bert and Edward C. 
Heln. Text only. © Dolores Hayward, 
Ethel Dorothy Sipperly, New York; lc 
8Sep47; D unp. 1619. 

HAZELTON, Elizabeth Baldwin. 
The wall is strong. D unp. 9970. 
See Hazelton, Julia Johnson Baldwin. 

HAZELTON, JULIA JOHNSON BALDWIN. 
The wall is strong; or, Strangle hold. A 
drama In three acts by Judith Rhodes 
[pseud.] and Jacqueline Rhodes [pseud.] 
© Julia Johnson Baldwlr. Hazelton, 
Elizabeth Baldwin Hazelton, Hollywood; 
lc 28Jul47; D unp. 9970. 

HE done her wrong. D pub. 9963. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

HE loves me not. D unp. 1985. See Collins, 
Margaret Brandon James. 

HEAD , Pat. 
Down to earth. D unp. 11053. See Munz, 
Opal Hill. 

HEAD first. D pub. 1718. See Hughes, 
Glenn. 

HEADLINE news. C 1612. See Handy (Jam) 
Organization, Inc. 

HEART song. D unp. 1305. See DIDato, 
Carmelo Joseph. 



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HEAVEN In the rough. D unp. 9864. See 
Montague, John. 

HECTOR. HENRIETTA MABLE. 
The guiding angel and Prodigal; religious 
drama. In four acts. © Henrietta Mable 
Hector, Brooklyn; lc 30ct47; D unp. 1785. 



HEDDA Gabler. D unp. 1663, 9803 10470 
See Ibsen, Henrlk. 



HEENAN, BARRY. 
Romantic Ricky, a farce comedy In three 
acts. Minneapolis [1947]. 114 p. 
18cm. (Denlson's royalty plays) 
© T. S. Denlson & Co., Mlnnepolls; 
13Nov47;D pub. 11644. 

HEILWEIL, DAVID. 
Till death do us part. A psychological 
mystery play In three acts, by David and 
Eva Hellwell. Ellzabethtown, Pa., 
C1947. 72 p. 20cm. (A Play Club selec- 
tion, v. 2, no. 2) © The Play Club, Inc., 
Ellzabethtown, Pa.; !Oct47; D pub. 1812. 



HEILWEIL, Eva. 
Till death do us part. D pub. 1812. See 
Hellwell, David. 



HELD, L. 
The bird-seller. D unp. 1991. 
Melford, Austin. 



See 



HELENA'S Kaffee klatsch. 
See Polenz, Helena. 



D unp. 1240. 



THE HELL of being a good woman. See 
Cook, Ella Robb. Three worlds. 
D unp. 11513. 

HELLO. D unp. 1745. See Thompson, 
Kay. 

HELLO, Buckeye. D unp. 11271. See 
Apfel, Dorothy S. 

HELLO, dream man. D unp. 10882. See 
McFarlane, Adele Forbes. 

HELOISE and Abelard. See Kramm, 
Joseph. The singing string. D unp. 11908. 

HELVENSTON, HAROLD FINLEY. 
Bangooni and the clam, a comedy In three 
acts, by Harold Helvenston and John 
Fryer. © John Galllard Fryer, Los 
Angeles; Harold Flnley Helvenston, 
Carmel, Calif.; lc 13Sep47: D unp. 1657. 
New matter: revisions. Prev. reg. 
"Beware the magpie," 2Dec4b; D unp. 
6365. 

HENDERSON, RANDELL. 
Hickory tune, a play. In three acts. © 
Randell Henderson, New York; lc lOct47; 
D unp. 1770. 

HENRIETTA the eighth. D pub. 11209. 
See Kurtz, C. Gordon. 

HENRY, Bruce. 
For the following titles see Wilding 
Picture Productions, Inc. 
Bring them back alive. C 1548. 
Doorway to a new era. D unp. 1442. 
Goodbye, top hat! D unp. 11668. 
The human side. D unp. 11667. 
The last word. D unp. 11665. 
Men, money and management. D unp. 11664. 



Mystery of the eager beaver. D unp. 9700 
They bank on us.- D unp. 11666. 

HENRY and the chief. D unp. 1341 See 
Forsdale, Chalmers Louis. 

HEPBURN, Nina. See Horton, Nina Hepburn. 

HERALD PICTURES, INC. 
Boy I What a girl I Story and adaptation 

by Vincent Valentlnl. Film script. 

© Herald Pictures, Inc., New York- 

lc 21Nov47; D unp. 11745. 
Miracle In Harlem. Story and adaptation 

by Vincent Valentlnl. Film script. 

© Herald Pictures, Inc., New York- 

lc 21Nov47; D unp. 11746. 
Sepia Cinderella. Story and adaptation by 

Vincent Valentlnl. Film script. 

© Herald Pictures, Inc., New York- 

lc 21Nov47; D unp. 11747. 

HERBERT, JEAN EUGENE. 
Hollywood fable, a new gay comedy. 
Screenplay. © Jean Eugene Herbert, 
New York; lc 22Jul47; D unp. 1443. 

HERBERT, Lee. See Herbert, Leona 
Helen. 

HERBERT, LEONA HELEN. 
Mind If we come home? A play In one 
scene, by Lee Herbert. © Leona Helen 
Herbert, Chicago; lc 10Sep47; D unp. 1570. 

HERE comes Christmas. D pub. 1720. See 
Fisher, Alleen Lucia. 

HERE comes Uncle Dudley. D pub. 11136. 
See Bugbee, Willis Newton. 

HERE Is your formula for making friends. 
C 1568. See Kamm, Abraham R. 

HERE we go again. D unp. 1530. See 
Cohen, Helen. 

HERE'S HEIDY (Radio program) 
Scripts In this series are by Heldy S. 
Mayer. © Heldy S. Mayer, Jersey City, 
N. J.; lc each 4Nov47. 

Oct. 5, 1947. Breezy, the bee, and the 

laws of aerodynamics, and Pins and 

needles. D unp. 11336. 
Oct 12, 1947. Honkey the donkey, and 

The tooth. D unp. 11337. 
Oct. 19, 1947. Tillle, the telegraph 

pole, and The lost page of the 

C Inderella book. D unp. 11338. 

HERE'S how to set up an outside selling 
program. C 1595. See Handy (Jam) 
Organization, Inc. 

HERIAT, PHILIPPE. 
L'lmmaculee, piece en quatre actes. 
© Philippe Herlat, ps. de Payelle 
(Raymond) Paris; lc 22Sep47; D unp. 
11212. 

HERITAGE. D unp. 10866. See Dr. Christian, 
no. 455. 

HERMAN, JERRI. 
Ingenue, a dramatic comedy, by Jerri 
Herman and Stuart M. Nathanson. In 
three acts. © Stuart M. Nathanson, 
Jerri Herman, Los Angeles; lc 14Sep47; 
D unp. 1598. 

HERMAN, MILTON ABRAHAM. 
Four on a honeymoon, a comedy In three 
acts, by Milton A. Herman and Esther 
Grusetz. © Milton A. Herman & Esther 
Grusetz, d.b.a. Herman & Grusetz, Brooklyn; 
lc 270ct47; D unp. 11158. 



HERMAN, Muriel. 
Mary had a little. D unp. 1348. See 
Herzog, Arthur. 

HERMAN and Grusetz. 
See Herman, Milton Abraham. 

HERNANI. 
See Batallle, Marie Louise. Slxleme acte. 
D pub. 1825. 

HEROES, old and new. D pub. 11972. 
See Brevda, Moses. 

HERZL and the minstrel. D unp. 10940. 
See The Eternal Light, no. 139. 

HERZOG, ARTHUR. 
Mary hid a little; three act farce 
comedy by Arthur Herzog, Jr., Muriel 
Herman and Al Rosen. © Al Rosen, 
Hollywood; lc 13Aug47; D unp. 1348. 

HESS, MARY BRIM. 
Of all the years, a Christmas play. In 
three tableaux, with an introduction. 
© Mary Brim Hess, East Berlin, Conn.; 
lc 4Dec47; D unp. 11858. 

HETENYI, LULU. 
The golden waltz. A dramatlco- musical 
composition. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Lulu Hetenyl, New York; lc 
24Jul47; D unp. 1237. 

HEUER, Edward I. 
The awkward pause. D pub. 10739. See 

Payton, Donald. 
Boys about Bobbette. D pub. 10738. See 

Johnson, Albert. 
I'm Julius Caesar. D pub. 1675. See 

Dlas, Earl J. 
Maybe it's love. D pub. 10674. See 

Johnson, Albert. 
Room no. 13. D pub. 10672. See 

Dailey, Vincent E. 
Santa's Christmas present. D pub. 1688. 

See Wllhite, Ellis. 
Shock of his life. D pub. 10726. See 

Payton, Donald. 
Uncle Tom's crabbln'. D pub. 10728. See 

Payton, Donald. 
Wilbur minds the baby. D pub. 1676. See 

Payton, Donald. 

HEUER, J. Vincent. 
Desperate Ambrose. D pub. 10740. See 

Payton, Donald. 
Girls In clover. D pub. 10742. See 

Scrlbner, Edwin. 
Great Scotts. D pub. 10673. See Hale, 

Ruth. 
His day. D pub. 1074L, See Hanson, 

Meyer. 
Honey of a peach. D pub. 1687. See 

Hale, Ruth. 
A song is born. D pub. 1677. See 

McLaren, Matilda Rose. 
Twelve o'clock murder. D pub. 10727. 

See Rose, Le Roma. 
Willie's week-end. D pub. 1698. See 

Metcalfe, Felicia. 



L'HEURE exqulse. 
Wright, Margaret. 



D unp. 11311. See 



HEWLETT, Maurice Henry. 
The Spanish jade. See Miller, Fran- 
cesca FaLk. May In Mexico. 
D unp. 11860. 

HEX Mountain. D unp. 1567. bee 
Wickham, Florence. 

HEYDENDAEL, JEF ALPHONSE HUBERT. 
Starshower tonight. [A play in three acts] c 1947 
19, 21, 23 1. port. 33cm. © Jef A. H. Hey- 
dendael, Amsterdam; 20May47; D pub. 9753. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HI ho broomstick. D imp. 1680. See 
Handel, Harry Lader. 

HICKMAN, LELAND MORRIS. 
The Jerusalem Gazette. A play In seven 
scenes. © Leland Morris Hickman, 
West Union, W. Va.; lc 15Sep47; D unp. 
1595. 

HICKORY tune. D unp. 1770. See Hen- 
derson, Randell. 

HICKS, LONNIE. 
The Devil quotes Scripture, a play with 
music, In three periods. Text only. 
©Lonnie Hicks, Los Angeles; lc 14Aug47; 
D unp. 1458. 

THE HIDEOUT. D unp. 9823. See The 
Sheriff, no. 146. 

THE HIGH cost of loving. D unp. 1809. 
See Dill, Max Mllllan. 

HIGH octane. D unp. 10961. See Wyngate, 
Valerie. 



HIGH pressure. D unp. 11387. 
The Green Hornet, no. 828. 



See 



THE HIGH wall. D unp. 9680. See 
Exploring the Unknown, June 22, 1947. 

HIGHWAYS V byeways. D unp. 9861. 
See Ray, Candls Opalee. 

HIGLEY, PHILO. 
A lost father. Radio script. © Ameri- 
can Friends Service Committee, 
Philadelphia; lc 25Jun47; D unp. 1234. 

HIKEN, Nat. See The Milton Berle Show 
(Radio program) 

HILLER, JOHN STUART. 
The square pegs. A play In three acts. 
© John Stuart Hiller, Jamaica, N. Y.; 
lc 90ct47; D unp. 1840. 

HILLIARD, FRANK. 
Tomorrow's horizon, a play in three acts, 
by Frank Hllliard and Harriet Hinsdale. 
Hollywood; lc 18Sep47; D unp. 1879. 

HILLS, ELINOR WING. 
Dragon's Breath Mountain; or, Adventure 
In Tibet. A play In three acts. © 
Elinor Wing Hills, Weymouth Heights, 
Mass.; lc 23Jul47; D unp. 9923. 

HINKELMAN, ROBERT. 
An American cavalcade [a play In three acts 
Albany, Caslon Press, 1947. 97 p. 23cm. 
© Robert Hlnkelman, Albany; 14Jun47; 
D pub. 1296. 

HINKLE, EDGAR E. 
Fun on washday. Radio script. © Edgar 
E. Hlnkle, Peoria, 111.; 14Aug47; 
D pub. 11417. 

HINSDALE, Harriet Broadhurst. 
Tomorrow's horizon. D unp. 1879. See 
Hllliard, Frank. 

HINTON, Jane. 
I bid one heart. D unp. 11153. See 
Field, Salisbury. 

HIRD, Karl. 
The blue-eyed cat. D unp. 1418. See 
Gavlin, Harvey. 

HIRE a hall. D unp. 1848. See Shurr. 
Robert Leopold. 

HIRSCH, SAMUEL. 

Give us pause. Radio script. © Samuel 
Hirsch, Chapel Hill, N. C; lc 12Nov47; 
D unp. 11420. 



Horatio Alger, brave and bold. Radio 
script. © Samuel Hirsch, Chapel Hill, 
N. C; lc 160ct47; D unp. 11007. 

HIS day. D pub. 10741. See Hanson, Meyer. 

HIS father's son. D unp. 11471. See 
Dr. Christian, no. 463. 

HIS musical highness. D unp. 9897. See 
Bellamy, Francis Rufus. 

HIS own worst enemy. D unp. 11713. See 
Coplto, Benjamin. 

HISTORIE tres naturelle. D unp. 11003. 
See Lauwlck, Herve. 

HITCH the bell to the star. C 1927. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 

HIVNOR, ROBERT H. 

Too many thumbs, a comedy In five 
scenes. © Robert' H. Hlvnor, Akron, 
Ohio; lc 21Jul47; D unp. 9900. 

HJARTER kung. D unp. 11433. See 
Rlchter, Henry. 

HLAS jeho pana. D unp. 10918. See 
KuchyXka, Josef. 

HLIDKUJTE nam. D unp. 10919. See 
"Safranek, Ota. 

HOBBS, STEPHEN BERTRAM. 
Well, well, Luella! A musical farce by 
Bertram Hobbs. In two acts. Text only. 
© Stephen Bertram Hobbs, Scarsdale, 
N. Y.; lc 5Aug47; D unp. 10655. 

HOBEN, ALICE M. , 
Alabastar; or, Alba star. A drama In 
three acts. © Alice M. Hoben, 
New York; lc 7Aug47; D unp. 1459. 

HOFF, BERNARD. 
Moses, Oper In drei Akten, vler Bildern. 
Text only. © Bernard Hoff, New York; 
lc 29Jun47; D unp. 9674. 

HOFFE, MONCKTON. 
Four days, a play fin three acts] 
London, English Theatre Guild [1947], 
80 p. front. 19cm. (Guild library) 
© Monckton Hoffe, London; 19Jun47; 
D pub. 10512. 

HOFFMAN, LOTA GRACE. 
To be or not to be, by Lota G. Hoffman and 
Grace H. Page. Radio script with music. 
© Lota Grace Hoffman, Grace Hurkett 
Page, Detroit; lc 10Dec47; D unp. 11910. 

HOFFMAN, ROSE FLORENCE. 
Sylvia's present, part 2. A three-act 
play. © Rose Florence Hoffman, 
Brooklyn; lc 7Jul47; D unp. 9729. 

HOLA. D unp. 1747. See Thompson, Kay. 

HOLD your wish. See Bridgman Margaret. 
Magnolia preferred. D unp. 9941. 

HOLLAND, CHARLOTTE HASTINGS. 
The tree Is frosted, a play In three 
acts, by Charlotte Hastings. 
© Mrs. Evelyn Holland (Charlotte 
Hastings), Rlckmansworth, Middlesex, 
Eng.; lc 210ct47; D unp. 11281. 

HOLLAND, Mrs. Evelyn. See Holland, 
Charlotte Hastings. 

HOLLAND, NORMAN. 
Big moment, a play In one act. London 
[1947], 20 p. 19cm. (French 's acting 
edition, no. 175) © Samuel French, ltd., 



London; 8Sep47; D pub. 11229. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, Mrs. Denzil M. See 
Hollingsworth, Thelma Hall. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, Leslie, pseud. See 
Hollingsworth, Thelma Hall. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, THELMA HALL. 
Doubts of earth, by Leslie Hollingsworth 

t pseud.] A play in two acts. © Mrs. 
>enzll M. Hollingsworth, Lexington, Ky.; 
lc 5Aug47; u unp. 1301. 

THE HOLLOW men. D unp. 10748. See 
Richardson, Donald M. 

HOLLYWOOD. D unp. 11758. See Permar, 
Robert. 

HOLLYWOOD discovers mother. D unp. 
1580. See Murphy, John Francis. 

HOLLYWOOD fable. D unp. 1443. See 
Herbert, Jean Eugene. 

HOLLYWOOD, here I come. D unp. 11537. 
See Seller, Conrad. 

HOLM, DONALD RAYMOND. 
The outdoorsman; audition script. 
© Donald Raymond Holm, Portland, Or.; 
lc 24Nov47; D unp. 11788. 

HOLMES, Alice M. 
Ambition clinic. D unp. 11243. See 
Holmes, May Smith. 

HOLMES, D. P. 
Without the option, a play in one act 
by F. R. A. Horton [pseud.] London 
[1947] 17 p. 19cm. (French's acting 
edition, no. 585) © Samuel French, 
ltd., London; 25Apr47; D pub. 9979. 

HOLMES, MAY SMITH. 
Ambition clinic; at the crossroads where 
ambition talks to experience. A radio 
program for teen-agers, by May Smith 
Holmes and Alice M. Holmes. © May 
S. Holmes, Alice Holmes, known as 
Barbara Blaine; New York; lc 220ct47; 
D unp. 11243. 

HOLT, Felix. See 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

HOMAGE to Momus. D unp. 11152. See 
Dolbter, Maurice. 

HOME from the hill. D unp. 11127. See 
Raynor, Sally. 

HOME is the hunter. D unp. 10729. See 
Cohn, Albert Marcus. 

HOME sweet homicide. D pub. 11201. See 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

HOME varieties. D unp. 11316. See 
Walker, Harriet Britt. 

HOME with variations. D unp. 1277. See 
Raney, Rebekah Elizabeth. 

A HOMELAND through the centuries. 
D unp. 10682. See Segal, Bernard. 

HOMER, Frances. See Roos, Frances 
Homer. 

UN HOMME sans amour. D unp. 1999. 
See Vialar, Paul. 

HONEST John. D unp. 11022. See Ebsen, 
Christian. 



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C ITALOG OF COPY It l(; II I ENTR I ES 



HONEY of a peach. 
Ruth. 



D pub. 1687. See Hale, 



HONEY treasures. D imp. 1229. See Wilcox, 
Culver D. 

HONEYMOON horses. D unp. 11284. See 
Ballard, John Frederick. 

HONIGMAN, Saul. 
Les Carlgnans. D unp. 11217. See 
C harness, Gerald Stephen. 

HONKEY. the donkey. D unp. 11337. See 
Here's Heldy, Oct. 12, 1947. 

HOOTCHY kootchy. D unp. 1533. See 
Cook, Frank Bernard. 

HOP O' My Thumb. D unp. 11356. See 
Let's Pretend, Oct. 4, 1947. 

HORACE. D unp. 11538. See Lumb, 
Geoffrey. 

HORACE comes home from the laundry. 
D pub. 10793. See Sutton, Vanita. 
Virtue triumphant. 

HORACE Hope. D unp. 11352. See 
Sklarsky, I. W. 

HORATIO Alger, brave and bold. D unp. 
11007. See Hirsch, Samuel. 

HORDYK, MARGARET ( MATTHEWS. 
The Sire de Maletroit's door, opera in 
one act. Music by Irving Mopper, 
libretto by Margaret Matthews Hordyk. 
Based on the story of the same name by 
Robert Louis Stevenson. Vocal and piano 
score. © Irving Mopper, New York; 
lc 5Dec47; D unp. 12057. 

HORN, SAMMY. 
I 11 keep my promise, a play. In two 
scenes. © Sammy Horn, New York; 
lc 20Aug47; D unp. 1434. 

HORN AND HARD ART CHILDREN'S HOUR 
(Radio program) 
Scripts In this series are by Alice V. 

Clements. © Clements Co., inc., 

Philadelphia. 
May 25, 1947. © lc 18Jun47; C 1549. 
June 29, 1947. © lc 2Jul47; C 1513. 
July 6, 13, 20, 27, 1947. © lc each 

30Jul47;C 1642-1645. 
Aug. 3, 1947. © lc 6Aug47; C 1658. 
Aug. 10, 1947. © lc 13Aug47;C 1667. 
Aug. 17, 24, 31, 1947. © lc each 

9Sep47; C 1704-1706. 
Sept. 7, 1947. © lc 10Sep47- C 1708. 
Sept. 14, 1947. © lc 18Sep47; C 1716. 
Sept. 21, 1947. © lc 24Sep47; C 1860. 
Sept. 28, 1947. © lc 10ct47; C 1722. 
Oct. 5, 1947. © lc 180ct47- C 1745. 
Oct. 12, 1947. © lc 180ct47; C 1744. 
Oct. 19, 1947. © lc 220ct47; C 1791. 
Oct. 26, 1947. © lc 12Nov47;C 1888. 
Nov. 2, 1947. © lc 21Nov47; C 1926. 
Nov. 9, 1947. © lc 21Nov47: C 1925. 
Nov. 16, 1947. © lc 21Nov47; C 1924. 
Nov. 30, 1947. © lc 5Dec47; C 1943. 
Dec. 7, 1947. © lc 22Dec47; C 1975. 
Dec. 14, 1947. © lc 22Dec47; C 1964. 

HORNER, BRYAN R. 
The light eternal. A play in six scenes, 

prologue and epilogue, by Bryan R. 

Horner and Carey L. Ballew. © A. L. 

Dallas, Kansas City, Mo.; 15Nov47; 

D pub. 11811. New matter: revisions. 
The light eternal, a religious drama. 

Presented In pageant, narration, and 

music; In two parts and nine episodes. 

Text only. © A. L. Dallas, Kansas 

City, Mo.; 30Sep47; D pub. 1771. 



HORNET'S revenge. D unp. 10581. See 
The Green Hornet, no. 813. 

HORRIBLE Hannah. D unp. 11275. See 
Gagne, Marie Dow. 

HORRORS Incorporated. D unp. 11435. 
See Selznick, Dan. 

HORSE breeder. D unp. 11692. See The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2322-1547. 

HORTON, F. R. A., pseud. See Holmes, 
D. P. 

HORTON, NINA HEPBURN. 
Over the mountain; or, Call It carnival. 
A play In three acts, by Nina Hepburn. 
© Nina Hepburn Horton, Poison, Mont.; 
lc 23Sep47; D unp. 1689. 

HORWICH, DAVID. 
Reach for tomorrow. A play In three 
acts. © David Horwich, New York; 
lc 18Jul47; D unp. 9889. New matter: 
revision. Prev. reg. "The endless 
caravan," 1933, 1942, 1945. 

HOSTETLER, DELBERT WAYNE. 
Without reason, a drama behind the news, 
by Del Hostetler. In one act, with 
prologue and epilogue. © Delbert 
Wayne Hostetler, Pittsburgh; lc 
19Nov47; D unp. 11598. 

HOT stove league. D unp. 1605. See 
Jacobs, Flora Gill. 

HOTEL Brownleigh. D unp. 9831. See 
Little, Charles White. 

HOUGHTON, Roy Martin. See Sermon 
of the Week, no. 21. C 1821. 

THE HOUR of St. Francis. See Houston, 
Gemma d'Auria. The townsfolk of 
Bethlehem. D unp. 11869. 

HOUSE, L. MARGUERITTE. 
Professor Owl; or, Adventures in 
Storyland. An operetta for the 
elementary schools, in one act. 
Drawings by Joanne Nock. Evanston, 
111., Row, Peterson [1947]. 43 p. 
26cm. © Row, Peterson & Co.. 
Evanston, 111.; 4Nov47; D pub. 11440. 
Prev. reg. 19Dec46; D unp. 1140. 

A HOUSE built on rock. D unp. 10677. 
See The Greatest Story Ever Told, 
no. 28.. 

THE HOUSE nobody lived In. D pub. 11797. 
See Braun, Wilbur. . 

THE HOUSE of Mllholland. D unp. 1389. 
See Palmer, Winthrop Bushnell. 

HOUSE of nobility. See Four, Israel. 
Vessels of gold. D unp. 12016. 

THE HOUSE of rebellion. D unp. 10897. 
See De Bonitto, Charles. 

THE HOUSE on Shady Lane. D unp. 9935. 
See Flood, Mary Crumb. 

HOUSE on the rock. D unp. 9712. See 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE HOUSE that quiz built. D unp. 11997. 
See Kennedy, Thomas J. 

HOUSTON, GEMMA D'AURIA. 
The townsfolk of Bethlehem. Episode in 
radio program, "The Hour of St. 
Francis." © Gemma d'Auria Houston, 



Hollywood; lc 8Dec47; D unp. 11869. 

HOVANEC, DENA REED. 
The day is over. D unp. 11552. See 

Harris, George Edward. 
Friday noon, ajjlay for television by 

Dena Reed. © Dena Reed Hovanec. 

Brooklyn; lc 19Aug47; D unp. 10725. 

HOW great are you? C 1531. See Kamm 
Abraham R. 

HOW many times? C 1657. See Powers 
Ralph A. 

HOW Mother Goose rhymes first started. 
D unp. 1452. See The Story Hour 
July 26, 1947. 

HOW the Sabbath was seven minutes late 
In Tel Aviv. D pub. 10552. See The 
Eternal Light, no. 134. 

HOW they worship God In heaven. D unp. 
1569. See Myers, Rena May. 

HOW to get proof. C 1762, 1761. See 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

HOW to secure a better fruit yield every 
year. C 1703. See Kirby, Eddie Austin. 

HOWARD , David. See Lawyer Tucker (Radio 
program) 

HOWARD, Ruth E. See Blackman, Ruth 
Howar